A Scottish Government minister has insisted that officials and agencies are working “flat-out” to resolve issues at CairnGorm Mountain.
Rural Economy Secretary Fergus Ewing
SNP ministers have warned that Scotland is facing the “nightmare” prospect of a no deal Brexit that would damage businesses, the economy and services.
Scottish ministers have clashed with opposition MSPs over plans for a new support system for farmers and crofters after Brexit.
Police have said they will not charge a long-serving former aide of a Scottish Government minister after an investigation was held into an accusation of inappropriate conduct.
New efforts are needed to attract workers to Scotland’s fish farming sector if it is to achieve ambitious growth plans, a report has warned.
Angus soft fruit growers yesterday ramped up the pressure in their campaign to get a seasonal workers scheme in place this summer.
A new meat processing facility in the north east has received an unexpected £4million boost from the Scottish Government.
Fishing leaders have called for “political backbone” to be shown in Brexit talks to try to regain full control of stocks and access to waters.
A row has broken out after the Scottish Conservatives said steep business rates mean north-east fish processing firms are “handicapped” compared to their competitors.