Farmers have criticised the UK Government’s determination to leave the EU customs union.
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford has warned there will be no deal on Brexit unless the Scottish Government gets full control over devolved powers.
Campaigners against unfair delivery charges have hailed threats of legal action against offenders by the advertising watchdog as a victory - but called for further action to follow.
The head of Police Scotland’s violence reduction unit has revealed what he believes MPs must do to tackle serious crime.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd has announced a fresh crackdown on so-called “county lines” drug dealing, which reaches out into the north-east.
The devolution settlement is not fit for purpose post-Brexit, according to a new report from an independent think tank.
Aberdeen council leaders have claimed that Finance Secretary Derek Mackay “misled parliament” in an ongoing row over government funding.
Child funeral costs will be waived in England, Prime Minister Theresa May has announced, following in the footsteps of the Welsh Government.
Children as young as eight have been reported for housebreaking in the Highlands, new official figures show.
Delayed discharge has cost northern health boards more than £1.3million in the last 18 months, fresh analysis has shown.
An MSP has called for Gaelic to be given Unesco status as she delivered an entire Holyrood speech in the language.
The Scottish Government is to use new welfare powers to introduce an income supplement as part of a range of measures to tackle child poverty.
Teachers are on the verge of taking industrial action due to pay and workload, Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard has warned.
The NHS Tayside board was “misled” over the state of the organisation’s finances, a Holyrood committee has heard.
Theresa May is blocking agreement on post-Brexit devolution says Ian Blackford, as the Prime Minister prepares to visit Scotland as part of a UK tour to mark one year until Brexit.
A call for a legally-binding target to reverse the decline in bus use has been rejected by the transport minister.
The new minister of an Aberdeen church has addressed the Scottish Parliament about how “words and actions” can affect the lives of struggling individuals.
The Scottish Jewish community has thrown its weight behind protests against anti-Semitism outside Westminster last night.
Animal rights campaigners will converge on parliament to call for a total ban on fox hunting in Scotland.
The opening of the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) is expected to be delayed until late autumn, the Economy Secretary has said.
NHS Highland is seeking a £15million bail-out from the Scottish Government to plug a massive budget overspend.
A Holyrood committee has narrowly backed measures to control the killing of wild salmon despite concerns they are based on “flawed” science.
Failure to secure continued access to Europe-wide trials of new treatments and medicines after Brexit would be a “disaster”, the Health Secretary has warned.
Scottish Labour has called on the SNP to share the details of its investigation into shamed former minister Mark McDonald with Scotland’s public ethics watchdog.
Work and Pensions Secretary Esther McVey has been accused of “callous disregard” after insisting the UK Government’s so-called rape clause “strikes the right balance”.
Stonehaven community councillor calls for national Defibrillator Bill to relieve onerous bureaucracy on small groups
A north-east campaign for increased public access to life-saving defibrillators has made its way to Holyrood.
A controversial law aimed at tackling sectarian behaviour at football has been repealed by MSPs.
The Scottish Government has been urged to take action to help parents cope with the physical, emotional and financial pressures of having twins or triplets.
A controversial law aimed at tackling sectarian behaviour at football is expected to be repealed in a vote at Holyrood.
Shamed former minister Mark McDonald has insisted he does not want to “antagonise or upset” anyone with his return to Holyrood.
An SNP MSP has lodged a formal complaint over shamed former minister Mark McDonald’s return to Holyrood.
Shamed former SNP MSP Mark McDonald has insisted his return to Holyrood is “morally justified” despite admitting inappropriate behaviour towards women.