Rural interest groups to provide feedback.
New Member appointed.
New one-stop-shop to help those living and working in rural areas to access funding.
Go ahead given for conclusion of agreement on future development of land and property.
A new group is established to help shape properous future for rural Scotland.
Report outlining future vision for crofting in 21st century Scotland published.
Four additional Grey Squirrel Control Officers to be employed in woodlands in the south of Scotland.
Supporting rural communities a 'priority for the Scottish Government' - Minister.
Rural areas to share £800 million as development programme now ready and waiting.
£57 million to grow local economies, improve rural facilities and conserve the environment.
Funding to ensure non-crofting rural areas have access to range of grants.
Rural Affairs Secretary vows to work with Scottish farmers.
Cabinet Secretary vows to work with farmers for a strong, sustainable rural economy.
Independent report supports direction of rural policy in Scotland.
First Scottish wildcat survey in 20 years launched.
Two public meetings to discuss possible extension of crofting tenure.
Chair appointed to advisory body.
Community right to buy legislation receives over 60 registrations of interest.
Chief Medical Officer advises pregnant women to avoid close contact with sheep during lambing season.
Proposals to extend crofting to areas outside the traditional Crofting Counties.