The Scottish Government has been accused of “hoarding” tens of millions of pounds meant to help struggling GP practices.
Nicola Sturgeon is demanding that Scotland and the other devolved administrations influence the talks to renegotiate the UK’s membership of the European Union.
Nicola Sturgeon was accused of complacency over a primary healthcare service in “crisis” with GPs retiring early or going part-time.
Sturgeon says UK Government’s decision to end subsidies for onshore wind is “wrong headed, perverse and downright wrong”.
Nicola Sturgeon urges both sides in the CalMac industrial dispute to continue talking to prevent the strike affecting lifeline services next week.
Nicola Sturgeon says 10,500 more people are working in the health service now than when the SNP came to office in 2007 and the government will continue to “do the hard work” supporting the NHS.
Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson said the A&E problems in Glasgow were an indication of problems in other parts of the country flagged up a year ago.
First Minister said it would have been wrong to delay the transition of A&E from other hospitals to the new South Glasgow University Hospital when it opened.
Iain Gray said when you spend £850m for a new hospital it would be expected that its performance would be one of the best in the country but instead it is described as a “war zone”.
Nicola Sturgeon says A&E times are approving but more work needs to be done. She said poor services at new Glasgow hospital is a “cause for concern”.
Interim Scottish Labour leader Iain Gray said accident and emergency waiting times have been missed for 296 weeks in a row and getting worse in the Glasgow area.
First Minister’s Questions is about to start.
Scotland’s transport minister has admitted there may be little he can do to force airlines to cut the price of fares between the mainland and the northern and Western Isles.
Shooters are demanding the Scottish Government abandon plans to licence air weapons as crimes involving them are at one of the lowest levels in a decade.
The writing off of old poll tax debts has encouraged people to try and get out of paying their council tax, according to a leading Aberdeen councillor.
North-east MSP Richard Baker announced last night he has secured enough nominations to go forward as a candidate to be Scottish Labour deputy leader.
Scottish Transport Minister Derek Mackay has denied the west coast ferry service is being privatised.
A memorial fund is being set up by the University of Glasgow to commemorate the life of former student and rector Charles Kennedy.
Almost three-quarters of Scottish Labour parliamentarians have backed Kezia Dugdale to be the next leader as nominations for the post officially opened.
North-east MSP Richard Baker hopes to be the next deputy leader of the Scottish Labour party.
People abusing blue badge parking spaces are causing mayhem at Aberdeen railway station, according to a disability campaigner.
Oil price must top $200 a barrel to balance books under full fiscal autonomy according to Labour calculations
The price of oil must climb back to $200 a barrel before SNP plans for full fiscal autonomy add up, according to Scottish Labour.
Two northern projects is to receive extra funding to help tackle female offending.
The number of crimes being cleared up by the police has fallen despite more officers on the force, according to new research.
Two Highland and Islands MSPs are calling for a inquiry into the awarding of the ScotRail franchise to Dutch-owned transport giant Abellio.
Orkney and Shetland MSP Alistair Carmichael has officially denied breaking the law over his involvement in a leaked memo during the general election broke the law.
Climate Change Minister Aileen McLeod put on a brave face as Scotland missed its fourth annual target to reduce greenhouse gases.
The SNP could win up to 78 seats in next year’s Scottish Parliament elections, according to new research.
A Highland and Islands MSP is urging local councils to invest some of their pension funds in social and affordable housing.
Nicola Sturgeon is trying to drum up cross-party support against a further £170million cut to this year’s Scottish budget.
The Scottish energy minister has called on the UK Government not to “slash” support for onshore wind energy and undermining efforts against climate change.
A north-east MSP has accused the Scottish Government of not doing enough to support construction firms.