Scottish Labour leadership candidate Anas Sarwar has claimed the decision to suspend Aberdeen Labour councillors after they went into coalition with the Tories was seen by many as “inconsistent”.
Uber will need to tighten up employee rights to win licenses in future, Labour’s business spokeswoman has suggested.
Next year, the National Health Service will celebrate its 70th anniversary.
MSPs gathered outside Holyrood with animal rights campaigners yesterday calling on colleagues to support plans for tougher sentences on animal cruelty.
Labour, Green and Lib Dem MSPs have voted in favour of tax rises to fund extra spending on public services like the NHS and schools.
Metal detectors should be trialled in schools to protect children from knife crime, a senior Liberal Democrat has said.
Campaigning focused on party leaders has damaged democracy and was to blame for Liberal Democrat losses in recent elections, according to Orkney and Shetland MP Alistair Carmichael.
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has opened the door to alliances with the talks with the SNP over Brexit and the budget.
The convener of an Aberdeenshire SNP branch has apologised after labelling Scottish Lib Dem leader Willie Rennie “insane” and “unhinged”.
Theresa May is set to “flounce out” of EU negotiations in Florence, according to Lib Dem Brexit spokesman Tom Brake.
Scottish Secretary, David Mundell, has confirmed that powers over agriculture are likely to pass directly from the EU to Westminster.
Plans to create Scotland’s first electric highway along the A9 are essential for the tourism industry, according to energy minister Paul Wheelhouse.
Moray MP Douglas Ross has been warned about his use of language by his second employer the Scottish Football Association.
A north-east MSP has claimed Theresa May could be about to announce a longer period of status quo is needed before Brexit.
Scotland is lagging behind the rest of the UK when it comes to setting up contracts to roll out superfast broadband, according to the UK digital minister Matt Hancock.
This week marked the 20th anniversary of the referendum on devolution when Scotland voted overwhelmingly for a Scottish Parliament with tax-raising powers.
Aberdeenshire West MSP Alexander Burnett has been admonished for failing to declare business interests in parliamentary questions.
Anas Sarwar has pledged a woman will always hold one of two deputy leader positions in Scottish Labour.
Two north-east Conservative MPs have joined Westminster’s Scottish Affairs Committee.
Nicola Sturgeon has claimed Brexit is “threatening the underpinning principle” of devolution and called for a new cross-party consensus to boost Holyrood’s powers.
Brexit could have a “devastating impact” on Camphill communities in Scotland supporting people with learning disabilities, according to a report from the charity.
Aberdeen is facing a brain drain of EU citizens, with almost 50% planning to leave Scotland due to Brexit, it has been claimed.
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon has pledged that Nigg yard “will be included” in discussions for warship contracts.
Scottish leadership candidate Anas Sarwar has gained the backing of two north MSPs and a dozen others a day after announcing he would stand.
More than 50 surgical staff have signed a letter outlining how Raigmore’s radiology department is in crisis.
Green energy schemes, an income tax review and a plan to tackle homelessness were among the key features of Nicola Sturgeon’s “fresh, bold and ambitious” programme for government.
Plans to transform the A9 into Scotland’s first “electric highway” have been revealed by the Scottish Government.
Controversial housing benefit cuts have seen a 400% rise in families affected in the north of Scotland since November.
Maintaining Scottish Labour’s tradition of diversity is at least as important as close allegiance to Jeremy Corbyn in the party’s search for a new leader, a north-east MSP has suggested.
The lack of a Highlands representative on the Scottish Government’s rural council has been criticised by Labour MSP Rhoda Grant.
The owner of a pet gecko that was shredded in a blender in a “chillingly evil” act has backed calls for much longer prison sentences for animal cruelty crimes.
New research by the Scottish Conservatives has shown than more than 50,000 Scottish taxpayers are paying a higher rate of tax than they would in England.