Labour has warned that plans to close dozens of job centres, including in Aberdeen, will hit the poorest and most vulnerable in society.
The new Scottish Conservative MPs have called on Nicola Sturgeon to "end her denial" and "face up to the reality" Scotland does not want another independence referendum.
Two MSPs both formally quit their Holyrood roles to go to Westminster yesterday.
A Conservative has not been the Aberdeen South MP for a quarter of a century.
SNP Energy Spokesman Callum McCaig has lost his Aberdeen South constituency.
Fresh allegations of funding announcements made in the month leading up to tomorrow's general election have been made by the Scottish Conservatives.
Political parties in the north-east united in condemnation last night after more election campaign signs were vandalised.
The Scottish Government has admitted to an error of judgement over funding announcements during purdah.
Former Cabinet Minister Michael Gove has warned a vote for the SNP will risk damaging the fragile recovery of the north-east economy following the downturn in oil and gas.
Jeremy Corbyn has been fiercely criticised for a speech in which he sought to draw links between involvement in the "war on terror" and attacks on Britain's streets.
Aberdeen City Council's former deputy leader has backed Ross Thomson for Aberdeen South MP.
Golden handshakes should be swapped for golden handcuffs to fix the north-east teacher crisis, a trainee teacher has suggested.
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.
The parliamentary watchdog has officially rejected claims the Scottish Government broke purdah rules with funding announcements.
Ross Thomson says things are looking "really good" for the Tories as they pick up council seats across the north of Scotland.
The announcements of millions of pounds for fishing and crofting during purdah has been criticised by north-east MSP Ross Thomson.
Michael Gove has endorsed the Conservatives' Aberdeen South general election candidate as the "breath of fresh air" the constituency needs.
Conservative MSP Ross Thomson will fight the Aberdeen South seat at next month's general election, the Press and Journal can reveal.
North-east business rates have come under scrutiny again after claims the region was being "short changed" by the government.
Mr Mackay's visit came as a petition calling for a transitional relief scheme to be established reached almost 2,000 signatures just 48 hours after being started.
One of Holyrood's most influential committees has chastised the economy secretary amid claims officials "did not provide ... full information" about delays to the Aberdeen by-pass.
NHS Grampian has spent nearly £45million paying for patients to be treated outwith the region in the past three years.
Opposition politicians have blamed the dire state of education in the north of Scotland on a "chronic shortage" of teachers.
Scottish Conservative MSP, Ross Thomson, has criticised Banff and Buchan MP, Eilidh Whiteford, for voting against the UK Government's timetable for triggering Brexit.
The number of obese people needing specialist transport to get them to medical appointments has more than doubled in five years.
Pressure is mounting on Justice Secretary Michael Matheson to make an "urgent statement" on the report into Bailey Gywnne's death.
The SNP has been accused of "deflecting genuine concerns" about its council tax plans.
An Aberdeen councillor who was elected as an MSP for the north-east has donated his local government salary to charity.
A toddler was taken to hospital amid fears she had swallowed potentially lethal drugs.
Calls have been made for Aberdeen City Council to hold an independent inquiry into the baby ashes scandal.
North-east Conservative MSP Ross Thomson has hit out at Scotland's surviving first ministers, claiming they are out of touch with ordinary people in their homeland.