A digger driver has described the moment he saw his colleague being sent into "freefall" after being hit by a reversing truck.
An Aberdeenshire teacher has claimed controversial primary tests “disrupt” the help being given to children with Additional Support Needs.
John Swinney knocked back calls to ditch the controversial Named Person scheme as he revealed a further delay to its roll-out.
Jeremy Corbyn pledged to walk "hand-in-hand" with Scottish Labour yesterday as Kezia Dugdale spoke of her heartbreak at the devastating result.
A bombshell funding deal has left north and north-east universities bearing the brunt of sweeping cuts to higher education.
When Labour elected a new Scottish leader in 2011, Kezia Dugdale managed Ken Macintosh's campaign.
Finance Secretary John Swinney will propose the first Scottish taxes in more than 300 years today when he sets out his spending plans for the next financial year.
Opposition leaders are demanding the Scottish finance secretary makes a Holyrood statement after being rebuked by the Bank of England.
The Scottish Government will not tell the public the likely cost of creating an independent state's new government.