Scottish Liberal Democrat MSP Tavish Scott: "Could you furnish the committee - I don't expect today, but in writing - with a specific list of all the organisations and individuals who said that a central board was the right solution?"
Keith Brown has urged the UK Government to commit to keeping military bases in Scotland amid swingeing cuts to the defence estate.
The Scottish Government minister behind the plan to centralise the Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) board has "refused to name anyone" that supports the move.
High-level dignitaries from the UK and Scottish governments will jet to the Granite City on Monday to officially sign the £250million Aberdeen City Region Deal.
A war of words over claims the SNP misled Moray residents about the possible closure of the Kinloss Army Barracks reached boiling point at Holyrood yesterday.
New Transport Minister Humza Yousaf has agreed to meet residents affected by the Aberdeen bypass works - finally ending what has been branded a "continual snub" by SNP ministers.
A Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) will not be scrapped - but could face being "centralised by the back door".
Former chancellor George Osborne has urged Theresa May to get on with making a decision on airport expansion in the south-east of England.
The Scottish Government has backed the building of a third runway at Heathrow over an expansion at Gatwick.
A charity headed up by Prince Charles has teamed up with the main contractor on the Aberdeen bypass project to give young people an insight into the life of a civil engineer.
Veterans Minister Keith Brown yesterday claimed the UK Government has "refused" to discuss the closure of Army bases in the north of Scotland with Holyrood.
The SNP has been urged to take steps to reform business rates in the wake of the UK's vote to leave the European Union.
The historic Fort George barracks near Inverness is "at risk" of being shut down by UK defence chiefs.
Scotland is teetering on the brink of another recession and a Brexit could push it over the edge, a leading think-tank warned yesterday.
More than £350million has been handed out to Scottish construction businesses as a result of the Aberdeen bypass project.
A fresh row has broken out over the funding for the Aberdeen City Region Deal.
The UK Government has been urged to ask for a multi-million-pound cash boost from Brussels to help flood-stricken communities across Scotland.
A bus operator has invested millions in a new fleet of vehicles in the north-east.
The dualling of the notorious A9 trunk road has taken a major step forward after the award of the first construction contract.
Hundreds of people Moray ran the rule over plans to dual the A96 between Inverness and Aberdeen as a series of public exhibitions was launched in Elgin.
Infrastructure Secretary Keith Brown has admitted "one or two" average speed cameras on the A9 are not yet operational.
A major project to upgrade the A9 to full dual carriageway between Inverness and Perth will provide full-time jobs for at least 40 young civil engineers.
Road users in the north-east are in line for good news this morning with the announcement that the Aberdeen bypass will be completed up to six months ahead of schedule.
ected a call to help pay the costs of re-routing a Highland road that is regularly closed by landslides has been rejected by transport minister Keith Brown.
Transport Minister Keith Brown has dismissed calls for the design of the Stonehaven Fastlink junction on the Aberdeen bypass to be reconsidered.
A fresh row broke out between the Scottish government and Aberdeen City Council around the future of a notorious bottleneck roundabout last night.
Detailed designs for a link road to alleviate congestion at the Haudagain roundabout could be completed by mid-2015.
A north-east MSP is backing Transport Minister Keith Brown to become the next deputy leader of the SNP.
The legislation to increase the maximum speed limit for HGVs on single carriageway sections of the A9 has been approved.
Primary and secondary pupils could benefit from a smart ticketing scheme to make it easier to travel to school by bus.
The three contenders for the deputy leadership of the SNP have their eyes fixed on the new members who have flocked to the party in the last month.
This is the video that campaigners claim is proof average-speed cameras will not cut the carnage on Scotland's most notorious road.