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Free Church seeks talks with SNP’s Ian Blackford after he votes to legalise abortion in Northern Ireland
The Skye church attended by SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford is seeking talks with the politician after he voted to legalise abortion and same-sex marriage in Northern Ireland.
Island ferries could face a "real problem" as a result of sending rubbish to England to meet a Scottish ban on landfill.
Scottish Government considers nationalising Ferguson shipyard amid concern over two new island ferries
Finance Secretary Derek Mackay is considering nationalising the Ferguson shipyard, amid rising concern over the multi-million pound increase of two new west coast ferries.
A renewable energy expert has been selected as the SNP’s candidate for the upcoming Shetland by-election.
Moray MP Douglas Ross is to host a live Facebook discussion next week with road safety experts on his proposal for a Scottish Graduated Driving licence.
A bid to stop Theresa May's successor suspending Parliament to force through a no-deal Brexit moved closer yesterday.
What happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object? Buckle up, because that paradox is set to be tested in autumn when Boris Johnson, the Tory crown prince, goes head-to-head with parliament.
A call to action has been issued to tech firms and engineers to help "revolutionise" the fishing industry through artificial intelligence and "smart boats".
Scotland's budget will be cut by more than £200 million next year to compensate for an income tax take of almost £1 billion less than forecast.
Nick Clegg has warned that the "clock is now ticking" on "the end of the United Kingdom".
More than 200 assaults were committed against ambulance staff across Grampian and the Highlands and Islands over the last six years.
Theresa May has warned that the country is being pushed "down the wrong path" by "populist movements" intent on seeing the world through a prism of "us and them".
Theresa May's Conservatives have turned to the nationalist politics of Donald Trump, Ian Blackford claimed yesterday as he blasted the prime minister's record in office.
Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire councils are spending more than £8million a year on supply teachers, new figures have revealed.
Drug deaths in the north and north east reached record levels last year, according to “shocking” new figures, which confirmed the highest-ever number of Scottish fatalities.
Boris Johnson laid down a series of new negotiating red lines in the last Tory leadership debate which make a no-deal Brexit in October all but inevitable.
No one chooses to become drug-dependent and every drug-related death is preventable.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeeman has pledged a “comprehensive response” to concerns about the birth of twin babies 50 miles apart in Golspie and Inverness.
A decision to scrap free TV licences for over-75s could cost Scottish pensioners more than £41 million a year, MPs have heard.
Tory leadership rivals Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt have united in condemning US President Donald Trump for a series of "totally unacceptable" remarks about four congresswomen.
Theresa May's failed Brexit deal cost taxpayers almost £80,000 in printing fees, it has been revealed.
Boris Johnson has denied accusations he failed to support Britain's ambassador in the US amid a transatlantic row with Donald Trump.
Hard-pressed families in the north and north-east could have their energy bills cut by £17 a year under a new initiative by the UK Government.
A scandal-hit councillor who made headlines after refusing to pay tax has revealed he will be running for the Brexit Party at the next general election.
Theresa May's successor in Downing Street should appoint a "minister for the Highlands and Islands" to give greater voice to northern Scotland, MPs have been told.
Donald Trump has been slammed by one of Boris Johnson's chief allies for "slagging off" Theresa May during a furious transatlantic row that lead to the resignation of the British ambassador.
Welfare bosses order review of terminal illness benefits after pressure from Inverness MP Drew Hendry
Amber Rudd has ordered a review of the benefits rules for terminally ill people after a devastating report found people being left in "far reaching financial hardship”.
Boris Johnson has been told to expect a legal battle with former prime minister Sir John Major if he tries to suspend Parliament in order to force through a no-deal Brexit.
Theresa May has hit out at the SNP's record in government, claiming the every day concerns of Scots are being "ignored" by Nicola Sturgeon.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell has been criticised for signing off on almost £24,000 worth of advertising in just two months.
Scotland's Public Health Minister has insisted that bold action must be taken to tackle the drugs deaths "emergency" across the country.
This column comes to you from a static caravan near Pitlochry. Freed from reporting duties in the Scottish Parliament for a family staycaytion, this is escapism on a grand scale.