The Scottish National Party's Kirsty Blackman discusses her hopes for Wednesday's U.K. budget announcement.
The move marks the first time a country has set a minimum price per unit of alcohol.
Hywind Scotland, the world's first floating wind farm, has started to send electricity to the Scottish grid.
Students in America face the highest tuition and don't earn as much money as those in Denmark, Switzerland and Norway.
Turbines produced double the amount of power required to meet Scotland's electricity needs Monday, according to WWF Scotland.
This year's event will be of particular interest to investors in light of the party's poll-defying performance in the general election.
It would be "wrong" to tweak portfolios in a knee-jerk reaction to North Korean missiles, said the co-CEO of Standard Life Aberdeen.
Authorities will look to trial energy saving devices with the hope of cutting emissions in shipping.
The Scottish government is taking action against polluting vehicles.
CNBC takes a look at some of the places in Europe where tourism has become a problem.
A former bottling plant for Diageo is to be turned into a low carbon development.
A 20 megawatt solar farm in Scotland has been granted planning permission by authorities.
Tiny fragments of gold could be used in the fight against cancer, according to scientists at the University of Edinburgh.
Scottish nationalists welcome unusual Trump comments over fresh independence vote.
The 2017 U.S. Women's Open is at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, this weekend.
If U.K. Prime Minister May pulls off an election victory on Thursday, the pound will likely rally, Macquarie said in a note on Thursday.
Age old divisions in Scotland are being put to the test by a shift in political focus.
If the Scottish National Party wins the most seats in Scotland at the UK election, the UK Prime Minister’s refusal to agree to a second independence referendum will be unsustainable, the First Minister has said. CNBC’s Karen Tso discusses.
Joan Hoey, regional director for Europe at the Economist Intelligence Unit, talks about the Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon’s comments on the U.K.’s snap general election.
Scotland's leader Nicola Sturgeon, who has been a critic of Donald Trump, said Wednesday she would agree to meet the U.S. president and try to build on the already strong relationship between Scotland and the United States.