Young's Seafood is under new ownership after a foreign investor swooped for the business as part of plans to create a new food giant
A north-east MSP has claimed there is “no evidence” that a specialist task force set up to help people back into work has created a single job.
Up to 20 jobs will be created in a north-east town as part of a £600,000 investment into fish processing.
Pupils from a north-east special school visited a crisis-hit fish factory this week.
A group of north-east runners raised hundreds of pounds to support homeless people in the north-east during a speedy litter pick-up.
The Young’s Seafood boss who oversaw hundreds of job cuts at the company’s Fraserburgh factory has quit his post.
A manager from a crisis-hit seafood factory has battled his way through one of the most gruelling obstacle courses to raise money for charity.
A north-east MSP has warned that fish factory staff, axed by Young's Seafoods, could be squeezed out of the job market by former oil workers.
Business Minister Fergus Ewing was in Buchan yesterday to discuss job opportunities in Fraserburgh and the surrounding area.
Business Minister Fergus Ewing met with firms in the north-east yesterday as efforts continue to create new jobs in the wake of the Young's Seafood crisis.
A north-east MSP has demanded answers from the Scottish Government about the long-running Young's Seafood saga.
Embattled seafood giant Young's has said new seafood roles created in Dumfries have not come at expense jobs in the north-east.
Almost 300 jobs will be lost at Young's Seafood in Fraserburgh - despite the company that beat them to a major contract outsourcing their work to Poland.
The Scottish Government was last night accused of leaving Fraserburgh "out in the cold" after dismissing an idea to boost the town.
Hundreds of workers at a north-east fish factory are to be offered bumper redundancy packages.
There was fresh hope for workers at a Highland fish plant yesterday after it was announced its smokehouse will remain operational.
A north-east fish factory has been spared the axe - but hundreds of workers will lose their jobs as part of the plan to keep it open.
A crisis-hit seafood factory in Fraserburgh will remain open, Young's Seafood have announced.
A petition signed by thousands of residents has been delivered to Young's Seafood in Fraserburgh urging the firm not to abandon the town.
A north-east councillor has warned that immediate action must be taken to secure training and jobs for those facing redundancy at Young's Seafood in Fraserburgh.
The UK government has hit back at claims that a "dubious" cash incentive has been offered to a fish firm which could cost hundreds of north-east jobs.
The Scottish Government has voiced serious concerns over an English council's cash incentive that could threaten hundreds of Fraserburgh jobs.
Councillors in Fraserburgh have issued a rallying cry to the community to implore fish processors Young's Seafood not to abandon the town.
The closure of Young's Seafood factory in Fraserburgh would sound the death knell to the hopes of workers, a union official has said.
The Scottish Government was under growing pressure last night to "put its hands in its pockets" to help 650 north-east fish factory workers facing redundancy.
There was fresh hope for workers at a Highland fish plant yesterday after it was revealed a buyer may be found for the plant.
A deal has been struck to save 250 jobs at a north-east fish factory - but 650 workers will still be made redundant.
Two senior Scottish politicians will visit the north-east today to chair a taskforce formed to protect jobs at the crisis-hit Young's Seafood plant.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon was last night challenged to "repay a debt" to the people of Fraserburgh - and help save hundreds of fish factory jobs.
Highland Council yesterday rallied to help workers at a Strathspey fish factory whose workers face losing their jobs.
The owner of a closure-threatened fish factory has offered hope to hundreds of workers facing redundancy by revealing it plans to try to find a buyer for the plant.
Community leaders in a north-east port were last night bracing themselves for "devastation" after a fish processing giant unveiled plans to axe three factories.