MSP Dennis Robertson has defended comments he made while speaking at Holyrood after he was criticised for claiming there was “no crisis” in the North Sea oil and gas industry.
Dennis Robertson MSP
A north-east MSP says young people suffering from eating disorders are getting help - but there is "still a long way to go".
The Scottish Government has been urged to consider implementing a strategy to try and boost the number of disabled people holding elected office.
New tough regulations cracking down on drivers who abuse blue badges will come into force at the end of the month.
A north-east MSP is leading a debate at Holyrood today (tues) to highlight the link between diabetes and eating disorders.
MSPs believe that a Scottish Government target to eradicate fuel poverty by the end of next years is "unlikely" to be met.
The phrase "a dog is for life, not just for Christmas" has been given new meaning after new figures revealed the number of animals being put down.
North-east pro-union campaigners have been criticised for describing the upsurge of food banks in Scotland as "normal".
Council bosses in Aberdeen are appointing a fraud-busting investigator to crack down on cheats who use disabled parking spaces.