While one could be forgiven for being caught up in the Brexit omnishambles, the hard working man on the street can be forgotten.
HMS Prince of Wales
Jaguar’s I-Pace may have won the Scottish Car of the Year title but sister-company Land Rover is getting in on the electrification act as well.
The second Queen Elizabeth class aircraft carrier to be constructed at Rosyth is on track for delivery as planned in around a year’s time - although question marks have been raised over whether it will come in on budget.
The HMS Prince of Wales project has been described as "absolutely pivotal" to the future of Rosyth as it seeks to secure further work beyond the current Royal Navy aircraft carriers contract.
These videos show the scenes inside a squadron of military helicopters on Friday morning as they took to the skies above Courier Country.
The second of the United Kingdom’s new aircraft carriers was given the royal seal of approval at a ceremony in Fife.
Thousands of people were in attendance as the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay gave a royal seal of approval to the nation's newest warship.
The Duke and Duchess of Rothesay will arrive in Fife on Friday to formally name the second of the Royal Navy’s new aircraft carriers.
Her sister ship may have stolen the limelight when she set sail from Fife earlier this summer, but the second of the Royal Navy’s new aircraft carriers is preparing for her day in the sun.
As the UK’s new £3.1 billion aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth docks at its home port of Portsmouth for the first time after undergoing extensive sea trials, Michael Alexander looks back at the scale of the project which saw the vessel set sail from Rosyth at the end of June.