Nicola Sturgeon puts Tay Crossing project concerns to bed with £40m funding boost.
A new bridge river crossing as part of Read More
Positive outcome secured for West of Scotland cod and whiting.
At the conclusion of this year’s annual fisheries negotiations in Brussels, Read More
Constitutional Relations Secretary: Scottish Government 'vindicated'.
The Scottish Parliament was entitled to pass its own legislation to prepare Scotland's laws for Read More
Local authorities and communities will have a stronger voice in the management of Scottish Crown Estate assets.
Under reforms passed by Read More
Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Tourism and External Affairs.
Harpa Centre, Reykjavik
Thank you Dagfinnur [Sveinbjörnsson, CEO, Arctic Circle] for the introduction and Read More
Renewable electricity continues to grow in Scotland.
Renewable electricity generation in Scotland has increased in the first six months of 2018 Read More
Kishorn Port Ltd (KPL) will host a visit by the largest semi-submersible offshore drilling rig in the world, the Ocean Read More
The declaration, to be signed by the end of the year, will see both parties work in partnership to transform Read More
Derek Mackay today convened the first meeting of the Michelin Dundee Action Group.
Work to find a sustainable future for the Read More
Trees for Life’s red squirrel project wins global conservation competition.
Scotland’s only entry in the Forests category of a leading global Read More
Remarks by President Donald Tusk after the European Council meetings on 17 and 18 October 2018.
Good afternoon, let me start Read More
Attracting international investors.
Opportunities to invest in nine projects worth more than £2 billion to Scotland’s economy have been announced by Read More
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