Two new funds totalling £4 million to help city centres and regions recover from Covid-19 have been announced by the Scottish Government.
Tackling Scotland’s population challenges involves dealing with both modern trends and the weight of history. For many years we were a country that people left through enforced clearances or, latterly, to pursue opportunities elsewhere.
Scotland’s population faces a “demographic time bomb” as birth rates decline and Brexit turns off free movement, Fiona Hyslop says.
The V&A Dundee is to develop into a national centre for design over the next three years as Scotland recovers from the coronavirus pandemic.
Scotland’s economy shrank in December as coronavirus restrictions took hold, new figures show.
Musicians and artists need visa-free access to EU countries to allow them to go on tour once coronavirus restrictions are lifted, Scotland’s Culture Secretary has said.
An “immediate and quick” response will be needed to tackle unemployment when the furlough scheme ends, Economy Secretary Fiona Hyslop has said.
Scotland’s economy contracted in November, latest estimates indicate, as new nationwide coronavirus restrictions were introduced.
An A-listed theatre and a steam railway are among more than 40 groups who will share nearly £2 million in funding from Historic Environment Scotland (HES).
Tributes from the world of Scottish entertainment have been paid to River City star Andy Gray, who has died at the age of 61.
MSPs have condemned the Scottish Government's decision to end financial support for Bifab without "justifying" it legally.
A regional approach to support for the arts could help a north-east culture body recover from the Covid-19 crisis, an MSP has suggested.
Aberdeen's council leaders have written to the Scottish Government to highlight the "unfairness" of financial support packages agreed for businesses in the city.
Ministers urged to back rescue package for Aberdeen firms struggling to survive after Scotland’s first local lockdown
Aberdeen’s culture and hospitality venues must become a priority for additional Scottish Government funding or more businesses in the city will be forced to close their doors permanently, MSPs have been told.
Nicola Sturgeon has said there is "reason for optimism" that the UK Government could be persuaded to extend its job retention scheme - a move that could save 61,000 Scottish jobs in the first half of next year.
The Scottish Government apologised to an Aberdeen amusement park for giving them wrong advice over when they can open.
The north-east is set to benefit from a fund set up to support employment and training.
A north-east MP has held talks with UK Government officials outlining his plan to save jobs in the event and hospitality industries.
An Aberdeen MSP has welcomed a £100 million package of support from the Scottish Government for those looking for work or at risk of redundancy as Covid-19 leaves its mark on the employment market.
The announcement of a new £10 million Scottish Government relief fund for performing arts venues has been welcomed.
A north-east MSP has vowed to continue to press ministers to re-establish a fund to help boost the region's economy following Covid-19.
City leaders have welcomed a £62 million funding package to support energy businesses in the north-east.
Scotland's Economy Secretary said she hopes the announcement of a new £62 million energy transition fund will "give confidence" to those working on the Aberdeen Harbour expansion project.
Scotland's economy is not expected to recover to pre-coronavirus levels until at least 2023, the country's chief economist has warned.
Coronavirus: Government calls for wage subsidy support for oil and gas industry and help for tourism
Public wage subsidies for oil and gas workers should continue even after the coronavirus pandemic has subsided, the Scottish Government has said.
A film and TV studio has been given the go-ahead in Edinburgh.
A new tourism campaign has been launched to highlight television and film productions shot in Falkirk and West Lothian.
A historic north-east abbey has benefitted from a national funding scheme aimed at boosting tourism.
The V&A Dundee design museum welcomed more than 830,000 visitors in its first year, far exceeding the numbers expected.
An Aberdeen youth festival boss today challenged a North-east politician to get involved and volunteer after he publicly slammed the event’s “lacklustre” management.