North and north-east children are to get hot meals in the holidays through a government grants scheme designed to help poorer families.
Scotland's communities secretary visited Inverness yesterday to announce £2 million of funding for group projects in the Highlands.
Twenty community groups are to benefit from the latest round of funding under the Making Places initiative.
It’s feared that dozens of people in the north and north-east have died waiting for an organ transplant since 2013, according to new NHS figures.
The number of children taking part in sports sessions at Aberdeen schools has rocketed by almost one-third over the last two years.
Chronic pain patients in Moray have hit out at “broken promises” from the Scottish Government over plans to ease their suffering.
An opt-out system will be introduced for organ donation, the Scottish Government has announced.
A Holyrood committee has concluded action must be taken immediately to protect children from abuse in sport.
The Scottish Government has been accused of failing to tackle the gender gap in sport.
The Scottish Government has vowed to improve services for Moray patients faced with arduous trips to Aberdeen for treatment - despite their ailments causing them constant pain.
A Scottish Government minister has been accused of ducking questions about the future funding of the Mountain Weather Information Service (MWIS).
Scotland's Minister for Public Health Aileen Campbell, said some of the historic practices uncovered in the report were "unacceptable and, frankly, appalling".
The Scottish Conservatives have been accused of whipping up fear over the government's policy of assigning a "state guardian" to every child.