The UK could still crash out of the European Union on October 31 without a deal – an outcome all the opposition parties, bar the Democratic Unionists, wish to prevent.
Aberdeen environmental campaigner Guy Ingerson yesterday launched a bid to become co-leader of the Scottish Green Party with an attack on fossil fuels.
Environment Secretary Roseanna Cunningham has urged the UK Government to fund carbon capture and storage facilities as she called for a "shared national endeavour" to tackle climate change.
A £5 million roads repair "holiday" is one of a raft of controversial cuts being proposed by opposition politicians to balance a north-east council's books.
The Scottish Government and Greens were last night edging closer to striking a deal to get the budget through Holyrood - on the basis that local councils get more support.
A north-east MSP spent almost £1,200 on meals in Edinburgh hotels last year, while another forked out £4,350 on postage stamps.
An MSP is calling on the Scottish Government to introduce a new levy to generate more than £300,000 for housing projects in Moray.
The results from elections across Scotland are coming in this morning as voters choose their representatives in 32 local authorities.
A mop-haired Boris rides his trike, Jeremy's own gang is being mean to him and Sadiq and Zac are rowing in the sandpit.
Scottish Greens leader Patrick Harvie has said the UK oil and gas industry should start decommissioning now in order to allow the north-east to become the global leader in renewable energy.
As Britain goes to the polls for the most unpredictable election in memory, we could be left with a wide range of outcomes.
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.
Threats of severe weather and food shortages must compel the Scottish Government to cut harmful emissions more urgently, according to the Scottish Greens.
Armed police officers were deployed on the streets of the Highlands and Islands before the creation of the national police service'