David Cameron claimed the Tories were the "real party of working people" yesterday as he pledged to end windfarm subsidies and ban Scots MPs from English-only votes.
The Conservatives have pledged to draft new legislation to devolve more power to Holyrood within 12 months of taking office.
Calls from the leader of the Scottish Conservative party for freedom of contract for tenant farmers came under fire yesterday.
A leading churchman has clashed with the SNP and Conservatives after he claimed addressing concerns over Islam was more important than dealing with the economy, independence and the NHS.
David Cameron has said he fully backed an inquiry into how a private UK Government memo involving First Minister Nicola Sturgeon got into the public domain.
Aberdeen's Labour-led council administration is facing a second grilling before standards chiefs - just three weeks before the general election.
Labour has held on to its slim lead over the Conservatives in the Press Association’s poll of polls.
Polling carried out by the Liberal Democrats showing they could hang on to a key north-east seat has been criticised.
The Scottish Police Authority is under growing pressure to scrap a controversial decision to disband holding meetings in the north and north-east
The final candidate in the running to replace late Buckie councillor Joe Mackay has been announced.
A Conservative politician has claimed the public only need to look to Aberdeen City Council to see why Labour should never be handed the keys to Downing Street.
A leading Aberdeen businessman donated more than £200,000 to Labour last year, records show.
The top legal official at Aberdeen City Council warned members they would be breaking the law by sending out pro-Union letters before the independence referendum.
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has dismissed talk of a pro-UK alliance to prevent Alex Salmond returning to Westminster.
Nearly 25,000 objections were lodged against proposals to build wind turbines the "size of skyscrapers" across Scotland.
MSPs have called for action to restore public confidence in the north-east's flagship hospital.
Opposition MSPs have urged SNP ministers to spend additional healthcare funding on tackling medical staff shortages in the north-east.
The biggest transfer of powers from Westminster to Holyrood since the establishment of the Scottish Parliament has been recommended by the Smith Commission on further devolution.
Broadcasters have been accused of forgetting Scotland after proposing TV election debates that would feature UKIP but not the SNP.
Energy Secretary Ed Davey cast himself yesterday as an "insurgent" embroiled in a battle with Tories who want to stop the spread of windfarms and "frack every square mile".
Business Secretary Vince Cable has warned that public services have already been "cut to the bone" and the Tories are obsessed with "destroying" the welfare state.
North-east politicians are preparing for another election campaign after the date for the Troup ward by-election was announced yesterday.
Tory grandee Annabel Goldie has accused Alex Salmond of being hypocritical towards toward her party.
North-east MP Eilidh Whiteford was one of only two SNP poilticians at Westminster who turned up to vote against the controversial "bedroom tax" yesterday.
Three former Scottish Secretaries have claimed voting for independence would be a "reckless gamble" that would result in a weaker and poorer nation.
Prime Minister David Cameron was facing a severely destabilising by-election last night after a Tory MP sent shockwaves through Westminster by defecting to UKIP.
The Scottish Government has been accused of telling lies over the future of the NHS to scare people into voting for independence.
A Conservative councillor in Aberdeen has called for more to be done to help the armed forces community in the city.
Independence campaigners have claimed the UK Government's "obsession" with leaving the European Union is damaging to Scottish businesses.
The Conservatives and SNP have been criticised for failing to take action to lower housing rents in Aberdeen.
A fresh row has broken out over Scottish Government plans to set up an oil fund in the event of independence.
First Minister Alex Salmond is under pressure to sack one of his special advisers who has been accused of using "bully-boy" tactics to attack a mother who opposes independence.