Glasgow School of Art bosses have said they have no regrets about safety decisions taken on the Mackintosh building – despite fire risks being highlighted over a decade before it burned down for a second time.
The ScotRail franchise has been described as a “shambles” amid calls for the Scottish Government to end the agreement.
Scotland faces a huge cultural and commercial loss if music tuition in schools is allowed to decline, MSPs have been told.
ScotRail was handed an advance payment of taxpayer funding despite concerns over falling performance levels, it has emerged.
There are not enough public health policies designed to prevent illness, a Holyrood committee has found.
MSPs on a Scottish Parliament committee say they want to hear people’s views as they launched an inquiry into how youngsters with mental health problems access support.
The names of all those who died serving on behalf of Scotland in the First World War will be projected onto the Scottish Parliament building to mark 100 years since the armistice.
The First Minister has urged MSPs not to “weaponise” issues such as anti-Semitism for “petty, party political reasons”.
Conservative MSP Annie Wells faces being suspended from Holyrood for five days.
Police officers are so overwhelmed they are regularly unable to take any breaks during shifts, according to Scotland’s police union boss.
Man who sparked major security alert whilst trying to set fire to the Scottish Parliament gets jail sentence
A man who tried to set fire to the Scottish Parliament, held a large kitchen knife over his head and said he wanted the police to kill him has been jailed.
The Scottish Government is to write off around £150 million of debt owed by NHS boards.
A proposed £298 million digital, data and IT upgrade at Police Scotland will not introduce “space-age” technology but just the basics officers need, MSPs have heard.
The First Minister has warned other parties not to “play politics” with complaints of workplace harassment.
Scottish Labour’s proposal to increase child benefit would lift only a fraction of children out of poverty, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
The head of a hospitality industry body in Scotland has warned MSPs that a tourist tax would be “discriminatory”.
Special protection orders could be introduced in a bid to prevent women and girls at risk of female general mutilation from being taken abroad.
Scottish Finance Secretary Derek Mackay will set out his tax and spending plans for next year six weeks after the UK Budget.
Remanding alleged criminals in custody before trial is costing £55 million a year, MSPs have heard.
A gap of more than £500 million between income tax revenue and forecast estimates will not impact the Scottish Budget, the Finance Secretary has said.
A senior UK Government minister has been accused of misleading Holyrood.
A north-east MSP spent almost £1,200 on meals in Edinburgh hotels last year, while another forked out £4,350 on postage stamps.
A north-east MSP has called for clarity on the future of fish workers and farmers post-Brexit.
The Scottish Government had an overall budget underspend of almost £340 million last year, an official report has revealed.
MSPs claimed a record £16 million in expenses last year.
The appointment of a minister for food supplies by the UK Government shows how “catastrophic” the Brexit process has become, according to the First Minister.
The Scottish Conservatives have called for an independent inquiry to investigate allegations of a “bullying culture” at a health board.
Half a million elderly Scots could miss out on the recommended flu vaccine because the Scottish Government left it too late to order supplies, Ruth Davidson has claimed.
Scotland’s reputation as a world leader on climate change is being put at risk by Government support for North Sea oil and gas discoveries, the Scottish Green leader has said.
Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard has pushed the First Minister to back tourist tax plans.
The Scottish Government is being urged to bring in a new law that would require all public bodies to serve up vegan options in their canteens.
The Chief Secretary to the Treasury has said she “can’t make any promises” on whether Westminster will always be able to help if changes made by the Scottish Government impact on people’s tax allowances.