Farmers should use more machines to pick berries and vegetables, rather than rely solely on migrant workers, according to the UK government Brexit secretary.
An Arbroath firm has spent "hundreds of thousands of pounds" stockpiling materials due to the ongoing uncertainty over Brexit.
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The leader of Perth and Kinross council has agreed to work with parents to investigate why an independent specialist school shut, giving parents only four days’ notice.
Perth and Kinross councillors have been accused of being “anti-Dundee” after a vote on usurping the larger city as the lead in the Tay Cities partnership was defeated by the narrowest of margins.
Flight fans say #FarewellTornado as iconic jets bow out with flypast at Leuchars Station, RAF Tain and RAF Lossiemouth
Flight fans are gathering at air bases across Scotland today to say farewell to the RAF's iconic GR4 Tornados.
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Irresponsible pet owners face unlimited fines or up to five years in jail under new government proposals.
Ofgem has found a new energy supplier for more than 31,000 Scots who were left in limbo after Our Power ceased trading last week.
Pressure is mounting on the Scottish Government over the botched closure of the New School at Butterstone after it was revealed 18 of the school’s 24 pupils still have no school to attend.