An SNP councillor who resigned from her job at scandal-hit Donside MSP Mark McDonald’s office has been accused of “double dipping” the taxpayer’s purse after she found work with another senior nationalist just a month later.
A new report by a former UK Government transport minister has highlighted that the number of passengers in Scotland has doubled in the last 15 years.
The SNP is preparing to introduce a number of strict disciplinary rules, just months after shamed Aberdeen Donside MSP Mark McDonald resigned from the party.
Prime Minister David Cameron and the leader of the Labour party Ed Miliband both faced a tough grilling last night by TV veterans Jeremy Paxman and Kay Burley, but Mr Miliband came out on top according to social media.
Acid attack convictions in Scotland could carry life sentences in Scotland, following a crackdown on the use of corrosive substances.
Aberdeenshire Council's returning officer for the Scottish Parliamentary elections says all is running smooth at this year's count.
John Finnie, a former MSP for the SNP for the Highlands and Islands, has this year ran as the region's Green candidate.
UKIP's David Coburn turned heads this evening when he turned up to the Dingwall count in the passenger seat of a plumber's van.
This year's election is just weeks away, and for one of the first times in British history the race for the keys for Number 10 are far from a two horse race.
A broadcaster from the north-east has described an ongoing argument between the BBC's outgoing political editor and Scotland's former first minister as "bizarre" and "weird".
UKIP's Scottish leader arrived has arrived at the Highland count in a plumber's van, beaming with confidence for his plans to "shake up" Holyrood.
We've been catching up with the candidates in the Highlands, here's a look at what they had to say.
The leader of the Scottish Liberal Democrats yesterday spoke of a need to firmly position his party in the centre of the political spectrum ahead of the 2016 elections.
Yesterday marked the final round of Prime Minister's Questions in Westminster before the current parliament is dissolved on Monday ahead of May's general election.