NHS bosses are deliberately avoiding filling vacant positions for up to a year in a bid to make savings, MSPs were told.
Scotland’s police and fire services could become exempt from paying VAT after the prime minister announced the Treasury was considering the matter.
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford has said politicians should be “ashamed” that they did not act on harassment before now as fresh allegations rocked Holyrood.
Workers at the crisis-hit BiFab yards are to march on Holyrood in bid to raise awareness of their plight.
Councils have called for an "adequate and fair" funding settlement ahead of the Scottish Government's forthcoming Budget.
Nicola Sturgeon has said agreement on Brexit is a step closer after meeting the prime minister at Downing Street.
Scotland will become the first country in the world to introduce minimum unit pricing for alcohol.
MSPs have backed calls for a differentiated and flexible immigration system for Scotland.
Tributes have been paid to an indefatigable school bus safety campaigner after a crucial bill to ensure all school vehicles have seatbelts passed its final stage.
A Holyrood committee has hit out at the "unacceptable" lack of information on the £8 billion plus budgets spent by integration authorities (IAs) on health and social care.
Recruiting GPs in some parts of Scotland is "close to impossible", the chief executive of the NHS has conceded.
A Holyrood committee is to hold an inquiry into the procedures and rules governing complaints of sexual harassment.
Government officials are currently examining the need for common UK-wide frameworks for devolved powers returning from the EU in justice, agriculture and public health, the Scottish Secretary has said.
Holyrood is to be given a final vote on a code of practice that will set out how proposed changes to the controversial named person policy will work.
Feasibility studies are to be carried out into options to reduce cross-border train journey times, Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
A confidential phone line for victims of sexual harassment is to open in the wake of allegations of sleaze and sexual misconduct at Holyrood and Westminster.
David Davis has said the Government intends to be "as open as we can be" when making Brexit economic impact studies available to MPs.
More than 5,000 motorists have been caught out by average speed cameras on the north-east’s busiest road in the last year.
Former Aberdeen MP Frank Doran has died aged 68 following a long illness just two years after stepping down from politics.
An anonymised survey will be carried out to determine the extent of any sexual harassment problem at Holyrood as it was confirmed the Scottish Parliament has no current cases.
Trade unionists campaigning against plans to merge transport policing in Scotland with the national force will take their fight to Holyrood today.
The SNP is investigating complaints of sexual misconduct as an urgent meeting of Scotland's party leaders has been called amid allegations of harassment at Holyrood.
Nearly one-in-three disability welfare claims were rejected in Aberdeen in the last year, social security minister Jeanne Freeman has revealed.
The First Minister will apologise on behalf of the Scottish Government to all men convicted of now-abolished gay sexual offences.
A human rights lawyer says women at all levels of the Scottish Parliament have been subjected to sexual harassment.
The First Minister will apologise on behalf of the Scottish Government to all men convicted of now-abolished sexual offences.
SNP MPs lined up to challenge the Scottish Secretary to name one power that would definitely come to the Scottish Parliament as a result of Brexit.
Leaving the EU without a deal would cost northern Scotland an extra £7.45billion over a “soft” Brexit, fresh analysis from the London School of Economics shows.
A no deal Brexit should be avoided for the good of the Aberdeen economy, First Secretary of State Damian Green has told the Press and Journal.
Scottish and Welsh ministers have put pressure on David Davis, telling him a no-deal Brexit would be “completely and utterly unacceptable” ahead of an eleventh-hour dinner with EU bosses in Brussels.
The conveners of Holyrood's committees will put the First Minister's plans for the coming year under "sustained and detailed scrutiny" at a special meeting in the Parliament.
The UK Government's EU Withdrawal Bill has two major flaws which make it "fatal" to devolution, Scotland's Brexit Minister has said.