A group of farms in Tayside and Fife missed out on £625,000 last year because of labour shortages associated with Brexit, say growers.
Nicola Sturgeon has vowed to win over anti-immigration Scots as she laid out a plan to avoid a £12.7bn Brexit disaster.
Pro-European MPs are set to meet the European Union's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier in Brussels on Monday.
MPs will challenge Royal Bank of Scotland bosses over their sums on footfall at Scotland’s doomed branches this week.
Keeping the UK within the single market is the "only option that makes sense" if Brexit is to go ahead, Nicola Sturgeon said, as she published a new report which claimed leaving the European Union (EU) without a deal could wipe £12.7 billion a year from Scotland's economy.
A Labour MP has told how he was subjected to slurs over his weight and Scottish accent during Commons debates.
Health bosses in Tayside and Fife would have to make £73m worth of cuts under Scottish Conservative tax plans, the SNP has claimed.
The SNP and the Scottish Conservatives have agreed that a contentious clause needs to be amended before the European withdrawal bill can proceed.
The sister of Sheku Bayoh says the family feels they have been forgotten amid their lengthy wait for justice.
Nicola Sturgeon says she will make her decision on holding an independence referendum this year.
Kezia Dugdale was paid £70,000 for her controversial appearance on the reality TV show I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!, with the former Scottish Labour leader donating just over £5,000 of the cash to good causes.
Ruth Davidson has said she is "frustrated" over delays to promised amendments to key Brexit legislation.
Scotland's First Minister has described delays to amendments to key Brexit legislation as "absolutely disgraceful".
The First Minister has told business leaders they face a public relations nightmare if they fail to tackle discrimination against women in the workplace.
Nicola Sturgeon will not intervene in the row over the Irn-Bru recipe, her spokesman said.
Health Secretary Shona Robison insists there are no further delays to the roll-out of the major trauma network.
The loss of a European student exchange programme would be a “major disaster” for language teaching in Scottish schools, says a Dundee lecturer.
A portrait of former SNP MP Winnie Ewing should be hung in the House of Commons, MPs have heard.
The taxpayer will pick up an £80,000 bill for a week of hospitality at Holyrood Palace hosted by Scotland’s largest private landowner.
A former cabinet secretary has suggested re-writing the Tay Cities Deal wish-list because of its reliance on a “jobs bonanza myth”.