A new leader of the Scottish Labour Party will be announced today – almost three months after Kezia Dugdale stunned her colleagues by quitting.
Pressure was mounting on shamed Aberdeen Donside MSP Mark McDonald last night, amid doubts over his future at Holyrood.
Shoppers have been urged to take action in the run-up to Christmas to stop companies “fleecing” them with unfair delivery charges.
Disgraced MSP Mark McDonald has been suspended by the SNP after the party received “new information” about his conduct.
Lives in the north of Scotland will be saved as a result of minimum alcohol pricing, local campaigners said yesterday.
Tourism Secretary Fiona Hyslop has hailed the “great potential” in plans to create the north-east’s own version of the North Coast 500 driving route.
Plans to finally deliver a new major trauma network across hospitals in Aberdeen, Dundee, Glasgow and Edinburgh will be unveiled next month.
Thousands of offenders are being let off the hook because there is no way to force them to pay fines and compensation to victims, it has emerged.
The Scottish Conservatives have said there is an “urgent need for more clarity” on the actions of former childcare minister Mark McDonald.
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has warned that harassment scandals risk making politics appear a “toxic workplace” and deterring women from running for office.
Mark McDonald has revealed he is seeking professional help to change his behaviour after a sexual harassment complaint led to him quitting the Scottish Government.
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Controversial average speed cameras would not have helped prevent almost half of crashes on the north-east’s busiest road in recent years, it was claimed last night.
The Scottish Government has short-changed NHS Grampian by £165million in the last decade, according to a north-east MSP.
Four calls were made to the Scottish Parliament’s new sex harassment hotline in the three days since it was established.
A row has broken out after the Scottish Conservatives said steep business rates mean north-east fish processing firms are “handicapped” compared to their competitors.
The resignation of Mark McDonald was described yesterday as the “most depressing” ministerial departure in Holyrood’s history.
Highland MSPs were at the centre of a security alert in the Scottish Parliament yesterday after one was sent a “suspicious package” in the post.
A woman who was sent “inappropriate” messages by former Children’s Minister Mark McDonald has said she took action because “people have to change”.
Children’s Minister Mark McDonald quit the Scottish Government after a woman accused him of sending “inappropriate” messages, it is understood.
Under a third of fixed speed cameras in Scotland are actually switched on and catching offenders, new research has found.
New evidence appears to confirm that patients are suffering as a direct result of the north-east falling to the “bottom of the pile” on health spending.
The Scottish Government will today announce plans to create a new tourism taskforce to help Skye cope with rising visitor numbers.
A north-east MSP has spoken out about the “disgusting and lewd” harassment she was subjected to by a boss at a company where she worked.
A sexual harassment phone-line is to be set-up at Holyrood as parliamentary authorities pledged to take action over “disturbing and deeply concerning” reports.
UK Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has weighed in on the row over the future of tax-free flights from the Highlands and Islands – accusing Scottish ministers of “failing to deliver” on their promises.
A revamp of stations between Inverness and Caithness could get under way within weeks as part of a package of measures to transform Scotland’s worst-performing railway.
The Scottish Government is poised to hand over more than £500million to the contractors building the Aberdeen bypass as the work nears completion.
A powerful watchdog has warned that the future of lifeline ferry services to the islands could be in doubt due to soaring costs.
Several local authorities in the north and north-east remain vulnerable to cyber attacks after failing to fully implement e-mail security measures.
Shock proposals could lead to Inverness being dropped from the title of the city’s Westminster constituency for the first time in a century.
An MSP has quizzed UK and Scottish ministers on the availability of laser pens after a Highland girl was left with permanent eye damage on a school bus.