The Scottish Government has notified court officials it intends to contest Alex Salmond’s legal action over its handling of sexual harassment allegations made against him.
Campaigners fighting to keep a new road away from Bennachie will argue their case with the Scottish Government’s transport minister tomorrow.
A new five-year plan for promoting Gaelic has been unveiled by the Scottish Parliament.
The Scottish Government has been accused of kicking proposed legislation to make Scotland a good food nation “into the long grass”.
Almost 25,000 referrals for mental health treatment for young people have been rejected since Nicola Sturgeon became First Minister in 2014, Labour has said.
Hundreds of children across Scotland have been forced to hand back musical instruments because of unaffordable tuition fees, MSPs have been told.
Scotland’s independent economic forecaster has faced a “significant challenge” obtaining essential data from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), it has emerged.
Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard has accused the Government of failing to ensure proper safeguarding on a school network app.
Scottish ministers have been urged to put “pedal to the metal” to deliver on economic plans for the coming year.
The BBC’s flagship Question Time programme is to be broadcast from Holyrood next month, making it the first UK legislature to host the long-running show.
Moray MSP Richard Lochhead says he is “raring to go” as the Scottish Government’s new minister for further education after the first choice for the post was axed on the day she was to be appointed.
Viewed by many as the SNP’s most successful leader during his time as First Minister, Alex Salmond bounced back after defeat in the independence referendum.
Calls have been made for an “urgent” review of subject choices in Scottish schools amid claims the country’s educational reputation is being “squandered”.
Draft legislation has been published which the Scottish Government claims will give new powers over bus services.
Tributes have been paid to former Holyrood Presiding Officer and Conservative MSP Sir Alex Fergusson who has died aged 69.
Former Holyrood Presiding Officer and Conservative MSP Sir Alex Fergusson has died aged 69.
Former Presiding Officer and Conservative MSP Sir Alex Fergusson has died aged 69.
Furious MPs hit out yesterday claiming there would be little time to carry out a debate on the Brexit Bill clauses around devolution.
The Women’s Equality Party (WEP) is considering standing a candidate against shamed Aberdeen MSP Mark McDonald should he fight his Donside seat again in 2021.
Highlands tourism boom expected as Transport Secretary confirms official support for third Heathrow runway
A Highland tourism boom is expected now Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has confirmed official support for a third Heathrow runway.
The UK’s first public consultation on rail fares will be launched today.
Aberdeen University will train 30 extra doctors after receiving new Scottish Government funding.
A think-tank has claimed quotas will still be needed for the UK fishing sector after Brexit.
A watchdog will start monitoring sweeps for delivery charge rogue traders from today.
A report is being prepared between the council and private sector to demand more funding for the Aberdeen authority.
Campaigners have claimed there is a groundswell of support for liberalising abortion laws across the UK in the wake of the Irish referendum result.
Fisheries Minister Fergus Ewing batted away rumours of a looming cabinet reshuffle at Holyrood during his visit to the Skipper Expo International Aberdeen show yesterday.
Aberdeenshire Council has claimed local knowledge and vital north-east resources have been lost with the roll-out of the single police and fire service.
Michael Gove has revealed that he believes Brexit has strengthened unionism and forced the “nationalist threat” from the SNP into retreat.
There is a still a path to a Brexit deal with the UK, Nicola Sturgeon has told businesspeople in London as a constitutional crisis looms.
North-east politicians have become embroiled in a war of words over Brexit, each claiming the other is selling-out Scotland’s fisherman.
The Scottish Government could be hit with a £1 million bill for making it easier for claimants to budget with Universal Credit welfare payments.