A three-month consultation into the impact of Brexit on rural Scotland has been extended to the end of November due to “overwhelming demand” from rural communities.
The transformation of Union Terrace Gardens, a giant statue of a bull for the side of the AWPR and a New York-style “Highline” have all been mooted as ways to reinvent the region.
New figures have confirmed Scottish GDP was ahead the UK in the second quarter of 2018.
The north-east’s house prices have continued to fall, but property experts say there are signs of stabilisation in the market.
The pharmaceutical industry is worth around £1.7 billion to Scotland’s economy and employs over 5,000 people across the country, according to new research.
The Scottish Government has launched a new economic action plan, which includes an £18 million fund for advanced manufacturing and the piloting of two new “productivity clubs” for businesses.
Alan Titchmarsh has called for urgent action to stop the “demise” of the UK’s gardens, as a report suggests that the horticulture sector is worth billions to the economy.
Stockpiling ahead of Brexit could boost Scotland’s economic growth in 2018-19 but the measure will have a negative effect in the medium term, the Scottish Government’s top economist has said.
The number of breweries in Scotland has increased by almost 230% since 2010, thanks in part to drinkers’ growing taste for craft beers.
The UK economy grew at a healthy rate over the summer months, helped in part by the bout of warm weather.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has included Brexit among key risks to the stability of the global economy in a new report.
The potential failure of Brexit negotiations and “unsettled” politics pose a risk to world economic growth, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned.
Britain’s manufacturing sector saw a “mild improvement” in September, though companies say Brexit uncertainty has put industry forecasts in doubt.
Boris Johnson has refused to rule out a leadership challenge to Theresa May as he took another swipe at her Chequers plan on the eve of the Conservative Party Conference.
Boris Johnson has issued a blistering attack on Theresa May’s Brexit strategy just days before the Conservative Party conference.
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has called for calm over the current Brexit impasse — claiming there was always going to come a point in negotiations “where everyone was looking into the abyss”.
Jeremy Corbyn is set to meet with the EU’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier in a bid to break the current Brexit impasse.
European Union officials are to step up no-deal Brexit preparations due to increased “uncertainty” over whether a deal can pass through the House of Commons, a leaked document has revealed.
Extending the timetable for the UK’s European Union departure talks may be “unpalatable but essential”, experts have claimed in a new report which warns about the impact of “sleepwalking” into a no-deal Brexit.
Aberdeen has come out tops in a list of the happiest and “most vibrant” places to live in Scotland.
Scottish economic growth has overtaken the UK with 0.5% growth, new official figures show.
Theresa May has been urged by one of her senior ministers to prepare to fight the next general election on a radical pro-business platform of tax cuts and de-regulation.
The Loch Ness Monster is worth nearly £41 million a year to the Scottish economy, new research reveals.
Scotland’s independent economic forecaster has faced a “significant challenge” obtaining essential data from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), it has emerged.
Unemployment in Scotland decreased in the latest quarter, new figures show.
The value of Scottish exports increased by 7% in the year to June, according to new figures.
Economic productivity in Scotland has been “broadly stagnant” for the last 15 years, with the country underperforming against many other European nations, a new report has concluded.
A consultation has been launched on plans for a national investment bank for Scotland.
Business and professional services firms are the most gloomy for nearly two years as rising costs and uncertainty over Brexit take their toll, according to a survey.
Nicola Sturgeon has said an improvement in Scotland’s public finances shows the economy is on the “right trajectory”.
Scotland’s public finances improved last year, with an increase in revenue and a reduction in the deficit, according to the latest official figures.
Greece has successfully completed a eurozone bailout programme after receiving tens of billions of euros to help it fix its economy.