Nicola Sturgeon has made clear she would prioritise holding a second independence referendum over a fresh vote on Brexit.
First Minister outlines discussions between Scottish and UK Government on mobile phone coverage on Scottish roads
Earlier this week the Highlands topped a British league of the region’s with the most road miles bereft of mobile phone coverage.
Too many councils are ignoring tougher rules on knives in schools brought in after the killing of Bailey Gwynne, Ruth Davdison has warned.
Nicola Sturgeon has been challenged on revelations that her economy secretary had "little awareness" of what Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) does.
North-east SNP branch complain about rising room charges… At hotel struck by party’s business rates increase
Ruth Davidson has lampooned Nicola Sturgeon after a north-east SNP branch complained about rising room hire charges at a hotel affected by the business rates increases.
Nicola Sturgeon has been challenged to tackle the "real-life impact" of the staffing crisis at NHS Grampian.
A Highland woman has been told she will be forced to wait a year to get on the waiting list for a simple eye operation.
The dire finances of Scotland's police force have been laid bare in a "damning" report revealing it faces a £190million funding gap.
Thousands of patients in the north of Scotland have had to wait more than 12 weeks for hospital treatment - despite a government guarantee.
Dugdale accuses Sturgeon of leaving the NHS “in the waiting room while she plots a second independence referendum”
Kezia Dugdale has accused Nicola Sturgeon of leaving the NHS “in the waiting room while she plots a second independence referendum”.
Nicola Sturgeon has been warned that her attacks on President-elect Donald Trump could "prejudice" Scottish businesses.
Ruth Davidson has claimed the Scottish Government's "scandalous" handling of the NHS has left it in crisis.
Nicola Sturgeon says she would support a boycott against a "disgusting proposal" from the UK Government to force companies to disclose information about the foreign workers they employ.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has insisted Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) will "continue to carry out" its functions - despite talk of a proposed merger.
Scottish Labour has demanded an inquiry into the growing "national scandal" of mental health treatment for youngsters.
Tory leader Ruth Davidson yesterday accused Nicola Sturgeon of trying to railroad through the integration of transport police into the national force when officers and commuters do not want it.
Nicola Sturgeon has paid tribute to the "courage and dignity" of the Aberdeen families who fell victim to the baby ashes scandal.
The first minister has told parliament her administration is carrying out "appropriate planning" to prepare for the "economic shock" a vote to leave the European Union would cause.
The north and north-east could be in line to benefit from a boom in oil and gas decommissioning jobs.
It was supposed to be an explosive clash of political ideology - a high-stakes encounter of left versus right and Unionism against Nationalism.
Nicola Sturgeon's decision not to raise taxes for the richest in society came under fire at First Minister's Questions yesterday.
Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed the SNP will make higher earners pay more tax in Scotland than their counterparts in the rest of the UK.
Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of trying to deceive the country over her support for fracking as Scottish Labour vowed to ban the controversial technique
Leaders' questions can be a gruelling experience, even for the most seasoned of political hands.
Nicola Sturgeon has refused to publish an update on North Sea job losses - despite not having produced one for six months.
Kezia Dugdale accuses Nicola Sturgeon of broken promises as Aberdonian waits 509 days for care package
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of breaking her promise to double the number of specialist nurses for motor neurone disease sufferers.
Swingeing SNP cuts to council budgets will lead to job losses among teachers, Kezia Dugdale has warned.
Small businesses in the north of Scotland are suffering because of the Forth Road Bridge closure, Kezia Dugdale has claimed.
Potholes, it is often said, are the first sign of a failed state.
A former GP has described the government's handling of IT systems for projects including NHS 24 as the "most shambolic" ever seen.
Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of putting the future of Scotland's food and drinks industry at risk by pushing ahead with a ban on GM crops.