Treasury and Brexit ministers will visit Aberdeen on Thursday to meet oil and gas bosses.
Customs charges due to Brexit could cost the offshore industry £145million this summer and £120 million every year thereafter, north-east firms have been warned.
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford has admitted a link between the party and data analytics firm Cambridge Analytica is regrettable.
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford has warned there will be no deal on Brexit unless the Scottish Government gets full control over devolved powers.
Wobbly newborn lambs gambolling in the fields are one of the traditional signs of spring.
Mr Blackford said the tough winter has highlighted why crofters need more support post-Brexit.
Campaigners against unfair delivery charges have hailed threats of legal action against offenders by the advertising watchdog as a victory - but called for further action to follow.
The head of Police Scotland’s violence reduction unit has revealed what he believes MPs must do to tackle serious crime.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd has announced a fresh crackdown on so-called “county lines” drug dealing, which reaches out into the north-east.
Child funeral costs will be waived in England, Prime Minister Theresa May has announced, following in the footsteps of the Welsh Government.
A new 5G broadband scheme is tailor-made for Aberdeen according to a city councillor and a bid should go in soon for the contract.
Young people needing housing benefit will get automatic entitlement after a major UK Government policy U-turn on Universal Credit.
Warnings of a crisis in farming due to a shortage of workers has come from MPs looking at the impact of Brexit.
With one year until Brexit, groups across Scotland have been lobbying hard to get their voices heard - particularly on five crucial issues: fishing, farming, the devolution settlement, EU citizens rights and the impact on jobs.
Theresa May is blocking agreement on post-Brexit devolution says Ian Blackford, as the Prime Minister prepares to visit Scotland as part of a UK tour to mark one year until Brexit.
The threat of Islamist terror attacks could worsen in the next two years, the UK Government warned as it unveiled a shake-up in the national security strategy.
Scotland will need to find alternatives to immigration to boost population, according to a report from independent experts.
The Scottish Jewish community has thrown its weight behind protests against anti-Semitism outside Westminster last night.
SNP leader Ian Blackford has queried whether the UK Government has done enough to protect the Far North from Russian incursion.
A police officer has paid tribute to his friend and fellow officer who was killed in the Westminster attack.
Drivers could face airline-style advanced identity checks before they are able to hire cars in the wake of terrorist attacks using vehicles as deadly weapons.
A new bill to reunite refugee children and their families has moved a step closer to fruition.
A customer has been given compensation after being hit with an excessive delivery charge while shopping on Amazon.
Chancellor Philip Hammond yesterday hinted that austerity measures could soon be eased after official economic forecasts showed improved growth rates for the UK.
A fishing campaign group has urged the UK Government to make it clear how the industry will be affected by Brexit.
NHS bosses are facing mounting pressure to come up with long-term plans for the children’s ward at Dr Gray’s Hospital which has been closed due to recruitment problems.
Pc Keith Palmer has been posthumously honoured by the Metropolitan Police for his heroic response during the Westminster terror attack.
Downing Street has said that any complaints of bullying in Parliament should be “fully investigated”, following allegations of abuse of staff by MPs including Speaker John Bercow.
Hopes of an agreed amendment to the EU Withdrawal Bill between devolved and UK governments have been dashed once again.
Three businesses in the north and north-east have been named and shamed for breaking national minimum wage laws.
A Skye man’s complaint of being turned away from an under threat RBS branch when trying to open new bank accounts has been raised at Prime Minister’s Questions.
How long men and women enjoy a healthy life can vary by more than 25 years depending on the individual part of a town or city in which they live, new statistics show.