A new poll has found a rise in support for the SNP and predicted the party would win back many of the seats it lost at last year’s UK general election.
The Scottish Government has denied claims that a £200 million rail upgrade in the north-east has been abandoned – and revealed the plans could progress within weeks.
A north-east Conservative MP has predicted that his party will be “screwed” at the next UK election unless Theresa May changes her new Brexit proposals.
The UK Government has been urged to carry out a review into giving Scotland powers over immigration policy to avoid a return to the “dark days” of depopulation.
Social care workers in Scotland who could face an “uncertain” future because of Brexit, with the greatest impact likely to be felt in the north east.
A new blueprint has been unveiled to overhaul the way referendums are organised and funded in the UK.
A new vision of how fishermen can “take back control” of Scottish waters after Brexit has been unveiled by the UK Government.
Aberdeen South MP Ross Thomson has called for tougher punishments for thieves who steal and harm dogs.
A Westminster stunt has highlighted the growing cash deserts in rural Scotland, where people cannot access their money for free.
The Aberdeen lawyer calling for a new law banning upskirting said campaigners were delighted to be given a second chance after the bill was blocked by a surprise objection.
SNP leaders have signalled that the gloves are off in their bid to win the best deal for Scotland on the devolution settlement.
Prime Minister’s Questions is normally a theatrical high point in the parliamentary week, as the leaders go head-to-head to prove they can think on their feet.
The UK Government refused calls to give extra cash to Aberdeen and Inverness during behind-the-scenes talks that led to City Region Deals, it has been claimed.
Theresa May has dodged an expected defeat in the Commons with 11th hour concessions to buy off Tory rebels over a meaningful vote on the Brexit deal.
Furious MPs hit out yesterday claiming there would be little time to carry out a debate on the Brexit Bill clauses around devolution.
The tax office has been accused of ‘Mafia tactics’ by Orkney and Shetland MP Alistair Carmichael.
The snap general election called by Theresa May this time last year caused a seismic shift across the country but especially in north-east Scotland.
The bosses of companies plaguing people with nuisance calls could be hit with fines of up to £500,000 under new proposals to “stamp them out”.
An MEP has issued a fresh call for Labour to act to protect the north-east economy from being battered by Brexit.
An Aberdeen University professor is among dozens of leading academics, activists and politicians to back a new campaign against Brexit.
Labour has unveiled plans to establish a new oil and gas bulletin to replace a system controversially axed by the Scottish Government.
The Scottish Parliament faces being overruled by Westminster after MSPs confirmed they would not support key Brexit legislation.
Defence chiefs have been warned that plans to leave the Highlands without a single operational military base are “astoundingly short-sighted”.
A Brexit agreement is still possible between Scottish and UK governments, according to Scottish Secretary David Mundell.
The UK Government should champion a global ban on “cruel and outdated” cosmetics animal testing, an SNP MP has urged in a Westminster debate.
The UK's new home secretary is under pressure to reverse a controversial decision to block a Canadian teacher from filling a long-vacant post at an island primary school.
The UK Government has urged energy companies to open offices in Aberdeen in a video promoting the City Region Deal.
Sajid Javid has been appointed the new home secretary after Amber Rudd resigned last night.
A new Bill to prevent cold-calling has been backed by Orkney and Shetland MP Alistair Carmichael in the House of Commons.
Recent polling from YouGov has reported that Britons are split over the decision to take military action against Syria.
Kinloss Barracks and other Scottish military bases are safe from the axe in the next round of Ministry of Defence cutbacks, it has been revealed.
David Mundell has admitted it is now “almost inevitable” that Holyrood’s Brexit powers bid will be challenged in court - but he insisted the unprecedented move was not a “big deal”.