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Aberdeen Donside MSP Mark McDonald will officially begin his one-month suspension from the Scottish Parliament today.
SNP membership has overtaken the Conservatives for the first time, pushing the party of government into third place.
Donald Trump is understood to be considering another visit to Scotland - including a stop-off in Aberdeenshire - just months after jetting in for a two-day retreat at one of his luxury golf resorts.
Alex Salmond has closed his controversial crowd-funding campaign after it collected £100,000.
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford insisted yesterday that there was no “civil war” in the party amid tensions over allegations against former leader Alex Salmond.
Skye has witnessed a drop in tourist numbers this year because of the “nonsense” suggestion that the island became “full” last year, the local MP has suggested.
Moray MSP Richard Lochhead says he is “raring to go” as the Scottish Government’s new minister for further education after the first choice for the post was axed on the day she was to be appointed.
After announcing his resignation from the SNP last night, the former nationalist leader Alex Salmond also announced a crowdfunding campaign to help with his costs in a legal action against the Scottish Government.
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A Scottish Government body has launched an inquiry in the wake of the “jobs for the boys” fiasco at Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen.
UK ministers will have “difficulty” balancing vital protections for Scotch whisky and Stornoway black pudding with securing new trade deal with the US, it has been claimed.
NHS Grampian has been the worst performing health board in Scotland against a key waiting-time target for 15 consecutive months.
A dispute preventing firefighters from being deployed to resuscitate heart attack patients in rural areas is poised to enter its second year.
Pressure mounted on the Scottish Government yesterday as opposition parties demanded “full transparency” over the probe into the conduct of Alex Salmond.
Ramsay Jones: This month has seen the world lose two of the most decent and principled people ever to grace the political stage
This month has seen the world lose two of the most decent and principled people ever to grace the political stage. Both were men of stature, firm belief and conviction. Both believed that to serve others was the pinnacle of their duty as human beings.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said there is “no legal basis” to suspend Alex Salmond from the SNP, following accusations of sexual harassment.
An Aberdeen SNP councillor has “signalled her intention” to stand for election in Alex Salmond’s former north-east parliamentary seat, according to a party source.
The Scottish Government has warned of the “huge risks” of losing health and care staff and of possible medicine shortages following a ‘no-deal’ Brexit.
Alex Salmond insisted yesterday that he had never broken the law or “sexually harassed anyone” as the former first minister came out fighting over misconduct allegations.
Politicians have spoken out in support of Aberdeen Airport after it was rated the worst in the UK for the fourth year running.
In full: Nicola Sturgeon’s statement following allegations from staff about Alex Salmond’s behaviour
The full statement from Nicola Sturgeon, First Minister of Scotland, on the harrassment claims made against Alex Salmond.
As Donald Trump warns the US will be left in financial ruin if he is impeached, The Press and Journal takes a look at how this scenario became a possibility.
SNP ministers have paved the way for a “Caledonian MacTrain” takeover of the nation’s railways by Scotland’s largest ferry operator.
SNP ministers have warned that Scotland is facing the “nightmare” prospect of a no deal Brexit that would damage businesses, the economy and services.
Catherine Stihler: Brexit is an unseemly mess – and Labour is letting the government get away with it
There are now just over 200 days left before Britain leaves the EU.
Budget leader Alister Mackinnon yesterday issued a stark warning over Highland Council’s precarious financial position in a statement predicting a £5.1m overspend this year, almost twice what was projected at the same time last year.
Alex Salmond has revealed he is suing the Scottish Government following complaints about his behaviour made by two staff members during his time as First Minister.
Scotland’s share of North Sea revenues soared by more than £1 billion last year – but the nation’s deficit level was still four times higher than that of the UK.
Scottish fishing chiefs got the reassurances they were seeking at talks with UK Cabinet Office Minister David Lidington in Aberdeen yesterday.
The Scottish Government has intervened in the row over public toilet closures in the Highlands – and suggested cash could be available to save the facilities.
A north-east charity has urged the Scottish Government to take action to ensure people with a rare skin disease do not face discrimination.
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.