Politicians from across the political spectrum have joined together to oppose efforts to legalise assisted suicide in Scotland.
A north-east woman is calling for the law barring assisted suicide to be changed to allow her to die "with dignity".
An Inverness man with a crippling illness has "deferred" his decision to end his own life at a Swiss clinic next month.
Controversial proposals to legalise assisted suicide in Scotland have been rejected at Holyrood for the second time in five years.
Controversial proposals to legalise assisted suicide in Scotland contain “significant flaws”, according to Holyrood’s health committee.
Campaigners in favour of legalising assisted suicide in Scotland have called into question the level of support their opponents claim to have.
More than 10,000 people have signed a petition which opposes assisted suicide in Scotland.
The Rt Rev Hugh Gilbert, Bishop of Aberdeen, yesterday urged congregations across the north and north-east of Scotland to support the opposition of a Bill legalising assisted suicide.
An Inverness minister has decided to quit the Church of Scotland because he claims it is drifting away from the teachings of the Bible.
A north-east minister has said it would be "kind" to give people with terminal illnesses the choice to decide the timing of their own deaths.
A doctor and his wife have made arrangements with lawyers to take their own lives if assisted suicide is legalised in Scotland.
Campaigners fighting for the legalisation of assisted suicide in Scotland claim a majority of people support the policy.
Terminally ill people should be able to exercise their choice to end their lives, it has been suggested.
Campaigners fighting for assisted suicide to be legalised in Scotland will today hand over a 2,500-signature petition to the MSP leading the charge.
Patients suffering from chronic diseases like diabetes and multiple sclerosis could be pressurised into assisted suicide, the Free Church of Scotland has claimed.