Theresa May's successor in Downing Street should appoint a "minister for the Highlands and Islands" to give greater voice to northern Scotland, MPs have been told.
Environment campaigners yesterday set up camp in Scottish Parliament grounds as they began a five-day climate change protest.
An abandoned shop will be transformed into a hotel after receiving a major cash boost as part of a Holyrood funding bonanza intended to breathe new life into north-east town centres.
Primary school-aged children will no longer be treated as offenders after MSPs passed legislation raising the age of criminal responsibility from eight to 12.
When Donald Dewar spoke at the opening of the Scottish Parliament two decades ago he described the moment as “a new stage on a journey begun long ago and which has no end”.
Scotland’s finance secretary has promised to explore adding “conditions” to future offshore wind farm projects to include local businesses and jobs, following a summit at Holyrood yesterday.
Trade unions are to make the legal case for Scottish Government intervention in offshore wind jobs during a summit at Holyrood today.
Kezia Dugdale is set to quit frontline politics for a role at Glasgow University’s John Smith Centre.
The Scottish Government’s influence over rural planning issues has been attacked after a local decision to reject two Orkney windfarms was overturned in Edinburgh.
Mike Russell has been accused of "game playing" after demanding a second Brexit referendum and then saying the Scottish Government would not necessarily accept the result.
Holyrood is set to receive £8million as part of a scheme to tackle the knife crime crisis.
The Scottish Government has been accused of "wasting" £10 million of cash earmarked for Brexit preparations.
SNP ministers have been accused of failing to listen to people’s views on controversial proposals for a workplace parking charge.
A north-east business body leader has urged the Scottish Government to bring forward the next business rates revaluation- warning that the survival of firms “depends on it”.
The Scottish Government has conceded defeat in its legal battle with former First Minister Alex Salmond but it's likely that the fall-out is only just beginning.
An Aberdeenshire community has been praised in the Scottish parliament for its fundraising efforts.
The potential impact of Brexit on Scotland’s construction industry will be put under the microscope at Holyrood.
A harpist who has mastered the instrument despite being blind is to play soothing music at hospitals across the north and north-east as a way of helping patients and their families relax.
Scottish and UK ministers could join forces to create incentives for stimulating North Sea exploration.
Urgent action must be taken to improve the regulation of the salmon farming industry and to improve fish health and meet environmental challenges, a Holyrood Committee has concluded.
More than half of under-18s sectioned under mental legislation in Scotland have some form of autism, a North East MSP campaigning for a constituent trapped in Carstairs has discovered.
Death, taxes and a post-Budget spat between the UK and Scottish governments.
A bold new six-part strategy aims to make north-east tourism a £1 billion industry in just five years.
MSPs have voted to suspend Mark McDonald from Holyrood for one month after a probe found he had harassed a woman.
Holyrood committee calls for shamed ex-minister Mark McDonald to be suspended from the Scottish Parliament
Shamed former minister Mark McDonald should be suspended from the Scottish Parliament without pay for one month, Holyrood's Standards Committee has recommended.
North-east politician Jenny Marra has criticised the Scottish Parliament for asking MSPs to attend Holyrood while the rest of the country was warned not to travel.
A Holyrood committee will visit Aberdeen on Monday to discuss the impact of Brexit on the north-east.
Nearly 900 teaching jobs in the north of Scotland have had to be re-advertised since 2014.
The Scottish Government has signed up to a global project aimed at reducing the amount of fishing gear lost at sea and harming the marine environment.
De facto Deputy Prime Minister Damian Green has been forced to resign by Prime Minister Theresa May over sleaze allegations.
Council chiefs in Aberdeen are steeling themselves for an “economic Armageddon” amid fears up to £35million could be cut from its funding package today.
School children across the north and north-east are “falling behind” on a number of educational basics, new Scottish Government data suggests.