Natural resources in Scotland have been valued at one-third of the UK’s total by a groundbreaking new study.
Office for National Statistics
Inflation rose in February, but remained below the Bank of England’s target as rising prices for food and alcohol were offset by weaker growth in clothing and footwear.
Record numbers of people are in work, while the UK’s jobless rate has fallen below 4% for the first time since 1975, new figures show.
The nation’s love of cake has put baking trays into Britain’s inflation basket as the success of the Great British Bake Off boosts sales of the kitchen equipment.
Net migration from outside the EU has hit the highest level in nearly 15 years, as a post-Brexit plunge in arrivals from the bloc continued, new figures reveal.
Record numbers of people are in work and job vacancies are at their highest level ever, new figures reveal.
The number of fatal stabbings in England and Wales has hit the highest level since records started more than 70 years ago, an official report has revealed.
Five-year survival for breast, prostate and bowel cancer has barely improved in the last decade, new figures suggest.
Record numbers of people are in work and job vacancies are at their joint highest level since 2001, new figures have revealed.
The proportion of the UK population identifying as lesbian, gay or bisexual (LGB) has increased from 1.5% to 2% over a five-year period, new figures show.
Inflation has fallen to its lowest level in two years and within a whisker of the Bank of England’s target due to a drop in petrol prices and air fares.
Britain’s economy continued to cool in the three months to November as a “steep decline” in manufacturing activity dragged on growth amid increasing Brexit uncertainty.
Scotland’s offshore wind energy industry workforce has increased by 300%, according to new figures.
Scotland’s “diet problem” has been underlined again by new figures confirming the nation spends more on fizzy drinks, chocolate and pastries than the rest of the UK.
Law firm Stronachs, which has been providing legal services in the north-east for more than 150 years, is on the move – but not very far.
Like their counterparts around the country, business people in the north and north-east will be reading the runes of the latest inflation data, due to be published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) tomorrow.
Unemployment in Scotland fell by 14,000 in the first three months of the year to 120,000, according to the latest official figures.
The Outer Hebrides has been named the happiest place to live in the UK.
Inflation reached a two-year high last month, squeezing families with higher prices for clothing, food and fuel.
Unemployment has fallen by 25,000 in three months, bringing the jobless total in Scotland to the lowest level since 2008 and below the UK rate
Official unemployment figures have raised hopes that north-east job losses are slowing down.
Aberdeen city and shire was the most economically productive region in the UK outside of the south-east in 2013, new figures have revealed.
The number of Scots in work has reached a new high, with a record 2.6million people across the country now in employment.