10 November 2017
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon claims the UK Government has not honoured promises to share information on the progress of Brexit negotiations
Nicola Sturgeon says there "may well be merit" in having each minister report on climate change efforts
25 October 2017
Nicola Sturgeon said calls for a 100 per cent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions was...
26 August 2016
From the Paris climate talks, to land reform, to scandals over CAP payments, it has been...
18 August 2016
Audit Scotland has evaluated progress on the rollout of superfast broadband in Scotland
29 July 2016
Business and industry leaders tell MSPs good deals for Scotland may be possible in the wake of the...
8 July 2016
Data from the Food and Agriculture Organization found per capita consumption has...
1 July 2016
Rosesanna Cunningham says the Scottish Government is in the early stages of assessing how...
1 July 2016
Why the Brexit vote has environmental campaigners worried
28 June 2016
Holyrood asks the opposition spokespeople for rural affairs in the Scottish Parliament about...
24 June 2016
Ahead of the Royal Highland Show Holyrood spoke to the show's chairman about the event and future...
23 June 2016
As the Royal Highland Show 2016 begins Holyrood takes a look at the rural economy in Scotland
17 June 2016
Gail Ross, SNP MSP for Caithness, Sutherland and Ross, was elected deputy convener
13 June 2016
While parts of the sector have faced challenges, Scotland’s food and drink industry remains strong
8 June 2016
European Commission extended deadline for the Scottish Government to make CAP payments