Labour and the Tories have hit out at claims by a senior nationalist that Scotland could cut its deficit by more than half within three years of independence.
National Labour party bosses will choose a candidate for an important Aberdeen by-election.
Banff and Buchan MP David Duguid has said he is "delighted" after being handed a role within the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
BBC bosses have said shouldering the cost of over 75s licence fees stemmed from Conservative austerity.
Ministers have been accused of "outsourcing austerity" after the BBC revealed it was scrapping blanket free TV licences for the over-75s.
Former deputy first minister predicts trouble for Tories in Scotland if Boris Johnson wins leadership
The Tories will "have a problem" in Scotland if Boris Johnson succeeds Theresa May in Downing Street, former deputy first minister Jim Wallace has said.
A north-east tycoon has revealed plans to bankroll different Unionist parties in seats across Scotland to try to derail the SNP’s bid for a second independence referendum.
Moray MP Douglas Ross is to miss a crucial vote on Brexit tonight after his wife went into labour earlier today.
Theresa May faces a critical test in the Commons today when she seeks to convince MPs and government ministers to stay on board with her Brexit strategy.
A banner calling for the resignation of Aberdeen South MP Ross Thomson was posted outside his office and is now understood to be hanging on a city footbridge.
Senior Tory figures have criticised a north-east MP after he was caught up in a police incident at an exclusive Westminster bar.
Moray Council opposition Conservative group leader Tim Eagle has welcomed extra funding from the Scottish Government, but stressed that the region's financial problems were still not fixed.
Fans have struggled to watch the dramatic adaptation of Les Miserables, saying they were aghast at the lack of songs.
One Highlands and Islands MSP will travel over 2,000 miles as he undertakes a “summer surgery tour” to meet constituents and businesses.
Ross Thomson has urged fellow Tories to revive the legacy of Margaret Thatcher and claimed his party lost ground in last year’s snap election because they rejected individualism.
The SNP are poised to take over Moray Council on Wednesday, after a Conservative coalition meeting failed to attract any support from opposition councillors.
Aberdeen council’s co-leader has launched a stinging attack on her opposition rival calling for him to apologise “for undermining the council” in a bitter dispute over outsourcing.
A row has erupted after it was revealed that some parking charges across the north-east could double.
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford has warned there will be no deal on Brexit unless the Scottish Government gets full control over devolved powers.
A fishing campaign group has urged the UK Government to make it clear how the industry will be affected by Brexit.
Conservative MP Andrew Bowie said RBS should be ashamed.
School crossing patrollers, public toilets, community centres and libraries are all under threat in a savage council savings plan that has caused a senior Tory councillor to quit the party.
Theresa May took to the stage at the end of Tory party conference needing to give the speech of her political career.
Ruth Davidson told the Conservative Party faithful yesterday that the Tories will burst Jeremy Corbyn’s bubble, just as they had burst the SNP’s in May’s election.
Next year, the National Health Service will celebrate its 70th anniversary.
Aberdeenshire West MSP Alexander Burnett has been admonished for failing to declare business interests in parliamentary questions.
The fundraising efforts of the family of a late north-east MSP have been hailed at Holyrood.
Tory welfare cuts will cost claimants in the north and north-east of Scotland £142million, according to new official analysis.
This week in Scottish politics: Brexit, the Queen’s Speech and a new SNP leadership team at Westminster
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After 30 years, the Scottish Conservatives ended the SNP’s grip on Moray.
2017 has been a very good year for Conservative candidate Colin Clark so far.