A number of Scottish salmon farms have been raided as part of an investigation into whether they have breached EU laws which ban cartels, according to reports.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has insisted Jean Claude Juncker is the right man to lead the European Commission through the Brexit process.
The European Commission has triggered an action plan to protect EU citizens and businesses from “major disruption” if the UK crashes out without a deal on March 29.
The “complete chaos” over Brexit leads papers both at home and abroad after Theresa May canned a Commons vote on her deal.
The latest developments on Brexit make the majority of the papers on Thursday after the Bank of England issued a stark warning of a no-deal.
An industry leader will launch a Europe-wide manifesto calling for gender equality in music, both on stage and behind the scenes.
London Stock Exchange Group has appointed Goldman Sachs veteran David Schwimmer as its new chief executive.
An EU fishing chief has called for “realism and flexibility” as a “perfect storm” looms large for the industry across Europe.
Remote Scottish island communities have welcomed news the European Commission will not stand in their way when submitting windfarm plans in the next Contract for Difference (CfD) auction round.
UK Government figures believe devolving tax powers to Highland Council could safeguard the region’s vital discount on passenger flights.
The Highlands and islands could face a “catastrophic” blow as the future of tax-free flights from the region hangs in the balance.
Inverness Airport has received a boost after EU chiefs ruled it could continue to receive Scottish Government cash.
The Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) is joining a high-level mission to Canada led by European agriculture and rural development commissioner Phil Hogan.
New research carried out by European Commission has identified the Highlands and Islands as the least competitive region in the UK.
European fishing chiefs have delivered their annual proposals for catch “opportunities” for the following year.
New proposals from fishing chiefs in Brussels aim to deliver “a sustainable and profitable” management plan for a swathe of the North Sea.
Scores of projects across Scotland are still waiting for millions of pounds of vital funding to be released – seven months after the cash was frozen by European Commission bosses.
European Union fishing chiefs want to reinforce control over EU boats fishing outside the bloc and non-EU vessels operating within it.
The European Parliament's environment committee has voted against proposals which would give member states the powers to ban genetically modified (GM) food or feed.
Opposition politicians rounded on the Scottish Government last night after European Union bosses suspended £46million of funding that was destined for dozens of social projects.
EUROPEAN Union bosses have frozen more than £45million of money destined for scores of projects across Scotland - because of a blunder by the Scottish Government.
The European Commission has been urged to launch an investigation into the UK’s electricity market amid claims of "discrimination" against the north and north-east.
A north-east scientist has been appointed the new chairwoman of a trust that financially supports students and academics.
Thirteen communities in the Highlands are poised to get cut-price petrol and diesel after the European Commission approved plans to extend a discount scheme.
A north-east scientist has said she would never work for the European Commission again under any circumstances.
The European Commission has been urged to reconsider scrapping the role of chief scientific adviser to the European Union.
Cross-party MSPs have criticised a decision to scrap the role of chief scientific adviser to the European Union following pressure from environmental pressure groups.
A north-east scientist has left her role as a top advisor to the European Commission.
Motorists across the north will find out in the next few weeks if they will be able to buy cut-price petrol and diesel.
The annual round of horse-trading over the next year's fishing quotas is under way after the European Commission (EC) announced its proposals for 2015.
Prime Minister David Cameron used the row engulfing Scottish Labour to mock his rival Ed Miliband yesterday.
David Cameron was on a collision course with EU chiefs last night after announcing angrily that Britain would not pay a "completely unacceptable" £1.7billion levy.