Nicola Sturgeon has called on disgraced MSP Mark McDonald to quit Holyrood after investigators found he had “exploited” his power and caused “distress” to women.
Nicola Sturgeon called on disgraced MSP Mark McDonald to quit Holyrood last night after investigators found he had “exploited” his power and caused “distress” to women.
North-east SNP MSP Mark McDonald has announced his resignation from the party today.
An MSP is planning a new nationwide film competition to help raise awareness among children about the dangers of sending nude photos on social media.
Lengthy tailbacks and congestion through Fort William could soon become a thing of the past.
The Scottish budget is going to be debated in the parliament next week – this is a worrying time for those who depend on public services.
Growing up in Sanday in the late 70s and 80s, I well remember the MV Orcadia steaming into Kettletoft on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
A leading Highland MSP has welcomed compensation offered to 31 workers made redundant - but criticised the terms of the deal.
A bitter political row has broken out in Aberdeen’s townhouse after it emerged that eight city councillors are “double dipping” - taking their salary as an elected member, while taking another working for a politician of the same party.
A pair of boxer shorts cost £34 to deliver to the Outer Hebrides, the islands’ MSP has highlighted to illustrate the rip-off delivery charges faced by remote residents.
Mark McDonald has revealed he is seeking professional help to change his behaviour after a sexual harassment complaint led to him quitting the Scottish Government.
I have spent a lot of time over the last week thinking and reflecting.
Kevin Stewart: Aiming to build a secure future where everyone has a safe and warm place to call home
I want to see a Scotland where everyone can play a full part in society and with empowered communities able to shape their individual and collective futures.
The campaign to resolve a pay dispute which has resulted in firefighters pulling out of a lifesaving pilot scheme has been raised at Holyrood.
A Labour MSP has criticised a Scottish Government minister who controversially called for a new tax on campervans to be introduced in the Western Isles.
Next year, the National Health Service will celebrate its 70th anniversary.
This week marked the 20th anniversary of the referendum on devolution when Scotland voted overwhelmingly for a Scottish Parliament with tax-raising powers.
A north politician is backing calls for a pedestrian crossing to be installed near a school at a busy A82 junction in Inverness.
An MSP is demanding to know why pupils at a Highland primary school have been taught by four different teachers – for a second consecutive year.
The art of politics over the past two thousand years seems to have evolved for the most part as a method of making decisions which don’t result in killing one another.
A Highland politician has hit out at a train company boss for allowing licenced firearms to be carried on the famous Caledonian Sleeper.
Developers should be forced to pay to soundproof music venues near new homes to prevent more closures, an MSP has told ministers.
Aberdeen's newly-installed Deputy Provost could be making a move to Holyrood after the success of his Conservative colleagues in seats across the north-east.
A north-east MSP has called for more funding to help NHS Grampian tackle staffing problems, after announcements of serious surgery delays and cancellations.
Young people in the Highlands shouldn't measure their worth by the number of friends they have on Facebook, according to a politician.
North-east MSP Ross Thomson has called for full publication of the investigation into Scottish Government funding announcements made during the sensitive purdah period.
Labour's general election candidate for Aberdeen South has called on his Tory rival Ross Thomson to step down as an MSP.
Two-years-ago he felt the dejection of political defeat as he lost his seat at the Scottish election.
A north politician is to focus on speeding in his mission to promote safer driving - after fresh data confirmed a worse rate for motoring offences in Scotland than south of the border.
Highland MSP said she met defence secretary to discuss Fort George… When she had actually met his junior
A Highlands MSP has had to correct Holyrood's official record after mistakenly stating she had met UK defence secretary Michael Fallon.
Conservative MSPs in the north-east have been urged to reconsider their support for a controversial new rape clause.
The plight of residents in a Skye care home which is set to close in two months was raised in the Scottish Parliament yesterday.