An Aberdeen council opposition group has called on the local authority to reveal the contents of secret budget documents.
Brexit is becoming an issue that people increasingly want to scream about.
Local authorities will struggle to enforce new proposed healthy eating rules without “additional resources”, a new Aberdeen council report has said.
An early day motion to halt rural bank closures will be tabled in the Commons by Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross MP Jamie Stone.
A pro-European councillor is applying for an Irish passport - despite never setting foot on the Emerald Isle.
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has opened the door to alliances with the talks with the SNP over Brexit and the budget.
Vince Cable has released a four second teaser video ahead of his new party political broadcast.
The convener of an Aberdeenshire SNP branch has apologised after labelling Scottish Lib Dem leader Willie Rennie “insane” and “unhinged”.
The Conservatives are set to be the largest party but without an overall majority according a joint BBC/Sky/ITV exit poll.
Scotland's political leaders have praised The Press and Journal for championing local journalism and holding government to account.
A former NFU Scotland president has written to farmers and crofters in the Highlands and islands urging them to vote for the Liberal Democrats in the general election on Thursday.
A call to reverse the downgrading of maternity services in Caithness has been made by Scottish Lib Dem leader Wille Rennie.
Scottish Liberal Democrats can win in northern constituencies as people have been turned off Nicola Sturgeon, according to leader Willie Rennie.
Former Conservative council leader Jim Gifford has returned to power in Aberdeenshire, two years after he dramatically ousted from the position.
Willie Rennie has rejected the notion that his party are 'inconsistent' after supporting a second referendum on Brexit but not Scottish independence.
The Conservatives and Liberal Democrats are poised to take control of Aberdeenshire Council today.
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With the Liberal Democrats whimpering along in the polls, today's biggest focus will be on the party's manifesto launch and whether it can entice voters to back Tim Farron's vision.
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader, Willie Rennie, has claimed the expansion of free early learning and childcare is being damaged by the SNP's obsession with independence.
The keys to the power of Aberdeen City Council now lie with the former ruling Labour group - after the Liberal Democrats dramatically refused to enter any coalition.
The group leaders of political parties in Aberdeen City Council are expected to meet today in attempt to overcome the political deadlock following last week's election.
An Aberdeenshire Alliance coalition between Conservative, Liberal Democrat and independent councillors is on the brink of taking control of the local authority.
Aberdeenshire Council's Liberal Democrat group has held talks with the Conservatives today over a possible coalition but no deal has been agreed.
Kingmaker Liberal Democrats on Aberdeen City Council have called for joint talks with all party leaders to find "a more cooperative way" to run the authority after last week's election.
Kezia Dugdale will claim today voters are “turning away" from the SNP and plans to hold a second referendum on Scottish independence.
The future of Aberdeenshire Council rests with the Liberal Democrats as negotiations over a possible coalition continue.
Conservative candidates across the north-east swept to victory on a "tide of blue" yesterday as the SNP administration was rocked by losses.
Scottish Liberal Democrats have vowed to win back late leader Charles Kennedy's seat from the SNP in next month's election.
Liberal Democrat Leader Tim Farron has insisted there are "no long shots" on the list of seats his party is targeting in Scotland at the general election.
Tim Farron has said the opportunity to continue the late Charles Kennedy's legacy in his former seat would mean a great deal to him personally.
Lindsay Razaq, Westminster Correspondent
The Liberal Democrats have announced their candidate to take on former first minister Alex Salmond in the general election.