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Health Secretary Shona Robison has insisted there will be no further delays to the creation of a major trauma centre in Aberdeen as she confirmed it would finally be up and running later this year.
Scotland's First Minister has described delays to amendments to key Brexit legislation as "absolutely disgraceful".
Prime Minister Theresa May has said Brexit devolution talks to make changes to the current Brexit bill will “intensify” between the UK and Scottish governments.
A portrait of former SNP MP Winnie Ewing should be hung in the House of Commons, MPs have heard.
A Scottish Government minister has raised funding hopes for Aberdeen International Youth Festival – and condemned an “inappropriate attack” on its organisers by an MSP.
Brussels must move past suggestions Britain will be punished for Brexit and set out what future relationship it wants, Philip Hammond has warned.
Scottish legislation could be introduced next month to ensure post-Brexit continuity in the event that Holyrood refuses to grant consent for the EU Withdrawal Bill.
A promise to amend the Brexit deal around the repatriation of powers to devolved governments has been broken by Scottish Secretary David Mundell.
New figures show that the Highlands experienced the largest rise in A&E attendances in Scotland between Christmas and New Year.
A meeting between north-east Conservatives and a Treasury minister on RBS bank closures was scuppered by the cabinet reshuffle.
Ministers have been accused of "hollowing out" the UK's defence capability after new figures showed 17 maritime patrol aircraft belonging to Nato allies were deployed to a key British airbase last year.
The Scottish Government has signalled that it may have to go it alone to deliver lucrative growth deals for Moray, Argyll and the islands if Westminster does not commit soon.
The Scottish Government's fracking ban is facing a legal challenge from petrochemical giant Ineos.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has refused to put a timescale on the investigation into suspended Aberdeen Donside MSP Mark McDonald.
A campaign to ban plastic straws is to target international chains in a bid to cut pollution.
The EU's chief Brexit negotiator has urged European companies with commercial links to the UK to start preparing for increased "friction" in trade.
Shock new figures show that Highland Council has slashed its workforce by more than a fifth during the public sector spending squeeze – the largest cut in Scotland.
A general election is more likely than a second referendum to determine the UK's position on Brexit, the Scottish Labour leader has said.
Scotland's Brexit minister has said it is "unacceptable" that the UK Government does not plan to amend key Brexit legislation when it comes before parliament next week.
Theresa May has reshuffled some of her Cabinet after the sacking of key ally Damian Green – but political opponents said the limited changes exposed the prime minister’s weakness.
Politicians were divided yesterday over the success of more than £1.2billion of investment outlined in City Region Deals for Aberdeen and Inverness.
Environmentalists have backed a new campaign calling on both the Scottish and UK governments to crack down on the use of plastic drinking straws.
Leaving the EU without a deal is "unthinkable" and would have devastating consequences for the economy, Nicola Sturgeon has warned.
An influential group of MSPs has raised “significant” concerns about the roll-out and management of £2.2billion City Region Deals in Aberdeen, Inverness and Glasgow.
A north MSP has had the ‘Final Straw’ with pollution as she unveils a bid today to prevent three billion of the items being thrown away every year.
Convicted prisoners are banned from voting in the UK.
Donald Trump has been described as “a semi-literate child” by an aide, according to journalist Michael Wolff in his book the Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House.
Sir Richard Branson has defended the Government's early termination of the East Coast rail franchise.
Growing up in Sanday in the late 70s and 80s, I well remember the MV Orcadia steaming into Kettletoft on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
A new report has highlighted that no child bereavement counsellors, to support parents who have lost a child, are employed at any health boards in the north of Scotland.
A secondary school has advertised six times for an English teacher in the last six months, prompting fresh claims the government is presiding over a “crisis” in education.
Fears have been raised that the NHS faces an exodus of key staff after it emerged that more than 1,700 Scottish nurses have sought permission to work abroad in recent years.