North-east businesses are being urged to attend upcoming support events to get redundant workers back into jobs.
Young’s Seafood Ltd
A north-east fish factory received a boost last night after it was announced that a supermarket retailer would process its salmon in Fraserburgh.
Business Minister Fergus Ewing has said regeneration will be key to making a north-east port a more attractive place to live and work.
The number of people claiming unemployment benefits in Banff and Buchan has increased by over 70% since last year.
Scotland's Business Minister has announced that a major jobs fair will be held in a north-east port next month to find work for hundreds of people facing redundancy.
A north-east politician will today question the Scottish Government on the number of jobs that are still under threat in Fraserburgh.
A leading north-east fisheries advisor has claimed that the situation at a crisis-hit processing plant may not be as bad as first feared.
A councillor has called for a north-east port to be made a priority in negotiations over a £2.9billion City Region deal.
Workers at a crisis-hit north-east fish factory have expressed frustration at being left in the dark about their futures as Christmas looms.
Workers at a crisis-hit north-east fish factory are no closer to learning their fate after a major announcement was postponed.
The outcry over £1.3m being offered to troubled fish processor Young's to save its operation in England while its future in the north-east hangs in the balance has been dismissed as "political noise from Scotland."
The Scottish Government is ready to step in to try to block an English council's plans to offer a fish firm a cash incentive which could cost a north-east town hundreds of jobs.
A north-east fishing port already facing a massive jobs blow could be left a "ghost town" if the Channel Tunnel crisis is not ended.
A top boss at Young's seafood has now left the company as restructuring of the crisis-hit firms gets underway with employees now preparing for pay-offs.
Workers at a closure-threatened fish factory are to draw up an action plan to save their jobs.
There was fresh hope last night that hundreds of north-east fish factory jobs will not be axed in the run-up to Christmas.
Union leaders have described the 900 staff facing redundancy from a Fraserburgh fish factory as "shocked" and "devastated" as crunch talks are held at the plant.