A new bid to protect shop staff from assault and abuse has been launched after attacks on retail workers reached a 10 year high.
More than 120 “rip-off” companies have been reported by Moray MSP Richard Lochhead as part of a campaign to end unfair delivery charges.
Calls for a specialist helpline for people struggling to come off prescribed drugs such as anti-depressants have been rejected by Scotland’s mental health minister.
MSPs have held “constructive” talks at the House of Lords on the urgent need for amendments to key Brexit legislation.
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has questioned whether the Justice Secretary acted unlawfully over his involvement in the chief constable’s period of special leave from Police Scotland.
Scottish Labour was accused of a “parliamentary stunt” after pushing for what it described as a vote of “no confidence” in the draft budget.
RBS has slashed its network of branches by 70% in the past five years, according to new figures submitted to Westminster’s Scottish affairs committee.
Prosecutors have insisted there is no gap in the law when it comes to the use of video evidence in wildlife crime cases.
Finance secretary Derek Mackay has insisted the Scottish Government treats local government “very fairly” as he was grilled by MSPs in Aberdeen yesterday.
The mother of a student who killed herself after being abused by her boyfriend will meet with the Scottish Government tomorrow to discuss ways of tackling harassment at universities and colleges.
Prime Minister Theresa May has said Brexit devolution talks to make changes to the current Brexit bill will “intensify” between the UK and Scottish governments.
A promise to amend the Brexit deal around the repatriation of powers to devolved governments has been broken by Scottish Secretary David Mundell.
MSPs have highlighted concerns about the City Region Deals set up to boost parts of Scotland, saying "significant issues" need to be urgently addressed.
A new report has highlighted that no child bereavement counsellors, to support parents who have lost a child, are employed at any health boards in the north of Scotland.
A secondary school has advertised six times for an English teacher in the last six months, prompting fresh claims the government is presiding over a “crisis” in education.
Theresa May visited Wokingham yesterday to promote her new policy of giving most first-time buyers assistance in getting on the property ladder.
A leading Aberdeen entrepreneur has called on the governments in Edinburgh and London to work harder to restore business confidence in 2018.
Scottish Government plans to create a hub to boost growth across the country have been criticised by the Conservatives, who claim the project amounts to "basically setting up a website".
There has been “little action” over hundreds of millions of pounds of Scottish Government funding for the north-east promised almost two years ago, according to an Aberdeen MP.
It would be cheaper to fly home than get Christmas gifts delivered to family in Moray due to outrageous delivery charges, MPs have heard.
MSPs have dismissed a bid for incest to be decriminalised for the third time.
Legislation that will establish a Scottish social security system has passed its first hurdle at Holyrood.
Changes in Derek Mackay's Scottish Budget will see income tax bills rise for three out of ten taxpayers - although more than half will pay less than if they lived south of the border.
Three out of ten taxpayers in Scotland could be facing a rise in their bills after Thursday's Scottish Budget, the First Minister has indicated.
“Rip-off” delivery charges will be debated at Westminster next week as pressure grows on the UK Government to take action.
Kezia Dugdale has been given a written warning by Scottish Labour bosses after taking part in reality TV show I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!.
Ministers have disagreed over whether any progress has been made in the latest devolved nations’ Brexit negotiations.
Ruth Davidson has hinted that she could make the switch from Holyrood to Westminster and run as an MP.
Fewer than one in five students from the Banff and Buchan and Aberdeen North constituencies secure places on university courses, it emerged yesterday.
Scottish politicians have broadly welcomed the breakthrough in Brexit negotiations.
The Scottish Government's controversial named person policy is facing further delays following a vote by a Holyrood committee.
Politicians took a step closer to a softer Brexit after a Northern Irish deal dramatically collapsed yesterday lunchtime.