Holyrood most senior official, chief executive Sir Paul Grice, is to leave the Scottish Parliament after 20 years in the job.
Almost three-fifths of Scots say it should be Holyrood ministers – and not Westminster – who decide if there should be a second independence referendum.
The Liberal Democrats are calling for the Scottish Government to update freedom of information (FOI) legislation.
Ruth Davidson and John Swinney have joined forces to back calls for a change to the charity lottery fundraising limit.
The review into a Glasgow hospital where two people died after contracting an infection is expected to report back with its findings in spring of next year.
The Education Secretary has said he does not believe subject choice has narrowed in schools.
MSPs have written to Health Secretary Jeane Freeman to seek greater clarity over the Scottish Government’s inquiry into the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital (QEUH).
The Presiding Officer of the Scottish Parliament Ken Macintosh will visit every region in Scotland as part of a tour to strengthen Holyrood’s relationship with local communities.
An apology must be issued to patients who are not treated within the Scottish Government’s guaranteed waiting time target, according to an MSP.
The Scottish Parliament will receive powers returned to the UK from the EU after Brexit, according to Michael Gove.
A former first minister has called for the creation of a second chamber at Holyrood as an “official check” on the Scottish Parliament.
A report evaluating progress made on the implementation of the new contract for GPs will be published by the autumn, MSPs have been told.
The Scottish Government has delayed the allocation of VAT from Westminster over “fundamental and quite profound concerns” about how it would be affected by Brexit.
The views of NHS staff are being sought as part of a consultation on plans to address how whistle-blowers are treated.
The best way for Scottish ministers to deal with EU nations in the wake of Brexit will be considered at Holyrood.
The deployment of armed police officers to more than 5,000 routine incidents last year has been defended by the Minister of Community Safety.
Holyrood must look to recapture the radical spirit of devolution 20 years ago, according to Richard Leonard.
Ruth Davidson has said her return to politics after maternity leave will “fire the starting gun” for the 2021 Holyrood elections.
It is not possible to tell if documents relating to misconduct allegations against former first minister Alex Salmond have already been deleted from the Scottish Government’s computer system, Permanent Secretary Leslie Evans has revealed.
Holyrood’s dog of the year title has been won by Sadie and Jeremy Balfour MSP.
In two decades of devolution, the Scottish Parliament has played host to its fair share of memorable moments.
Holyrood still has “great potential” after two decades of devolution – but it has been unfulfilled in recent years under the SNP, the Scottish Secretary has said.
An MSP has spoken of his concerns when he became the youngest ever member of the Scottish parliament as Holyrood celebrates 20 years of devolution.
Nicola Sturgeon will push ahead with plans for a second Scottish independence referendum within the next two years if the UK quits the European Union.
Scots should be given the opportunity to vote again on independence before the next Holyrood elections in 2021, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Too few workers in Scotland are earning the Living Wage, despite uptake in the scheme being higher than in other parts of the UK, MSPs have heard.
Theresa May is facing calls to open up talks about leaving the European Union to ministers from Holyrood and Cardiff in a bid to help break the Brexit impasse.
The importance of teaching science, technology, engineering and maths (Stem) to young children is to be explored by MSPs.
The Scottish Parliament is looking for Scots born on the day it was established as part of its 20th anniversary celebrations.
The UK Government is to extend provision of financial mitigation for soliders having to pay higher rates of income tax in Scotland, it has been announced.
SNP defy calls to step aside from chairing Holyrood investigation into handling of claims against Alex Salmond
The SNP yesterday defied calls to step down from chairing the Holyrood committee set up to investigate the Scottish Government’s botched handling of complaints into Alex Salmond.
An Aberdeen MSP has said that ambitious plans for a Scottish national investment bank have “enormous potential” to help revive the north-east’s economy.