Cardiac patients facing delays in north-east Scotland have been offered treatment as far away as Newcastle, it has emerged.
Hopes are rising that hundreds of new jobs could be created at Nigg Energy Park as its owner prepares to reveal details of major plans for the site.
An MSP is calling on the Scottish Government to introduce a new levy to generate more than £300,000 for housing projects in Moray.
Plans for a multimillion pound care home in Stornoway will take a major step forward at the turn of the year, with a funding application to the Scottish Government.
An MSP’s call to tax motorhomes visiting the Western Isles has been branded “ill-advised” by local tourism chiefs.
Cardiac patients could be sent as far away as Newcastle for life-changing surgery to help ease the pressure on a struggling health board.
An MSP will have input into the appointment of the next chair of the Scottish Police Authority (SPA) following pressure from opposition parties.
John Swinney has moved to quell fears that the new national assessments being introduced in Scotland's schools could be used to bring about a return to education league tables.
Nicola Sturgeon should park plans to hold a second independence referendum for at least five years, a former Scottish first minister has said.
Campaigners have challenged the Scottish Government to go further and faster to tackle climate change and help protect the world's poorest people from extreme weather and famine.
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.
The first reforms to contract laws on third party rights in almost 100 years have been approved by the Scottish Parliament.
Using e-cigarettes is “definitely less harmful” than smoking tobacco, health experts have declared.
Glasgow City Council's failure to provide detailed information on 57 high-rise blocks where Grenfell-style cladding was used has been branded a "monumental" error.
School pupils have been receiving lessons from their peers under a pilot scheme aimed at cutting violent crime.
Scotland's Brexit Minister has urged Theresa May to keep the UK in the "world's most lucrative marketplace" - the European single market.
Changes to domestic abuse law which would criminalise emotional and psychological abuse have been backed unanimously by a committee of MSPs.
David Mundell has urged the Scottish Government to "stop playing games" over key Brexit legislation.
Employers are being urged to sign up to an initiative encouraging their workforce to walk a mile a day to improve their health.
Plans for new cycle lanes in Inverness have received a multimillion pound boost after Highland Council won a competition for the funding.
Economists are to face off over Scottish Government statistics described as "crap" by one academic.
The decision over Catalonia's future is a "matter for the people who live there", the Scottish Government has said as the row continues over plans for an independence referendum in the Spanish region.
The Scottish Greens have said they hope the "end is in sight" in their long-running campaign to ban fracking.
A new programme offering "returnship" placements in the financial sector is urging women finishing a career break to apply.
Tories have challenged Holyrood ministers to "walk the walk and get results" for more locally sourced food to be served up in Scotland's schools and hospitals.
Nicola Sturgeon has accused Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson of having "lost the plot" after the Tory claimed Scotland's "crippling" teacher shortage was being worsened by government bureaucracy.
More than £55million is to be invested in new piers and infrastructure at three harbours serving Western Isles communities.
A public consultation will be launched to gauge Highlanders’ thinking about the Scottish Government’s future plans for education.
Pressure is mounting on the Scottish Government to ensure a fit for purpose health provision in the north of Skye.
Aberdeen airport should get a taste of the public money being pumped into rival transport hubs, the Scottish Conservatives said after finding it was getting no help.
The number of local government employees in Scotland has fallen by more than 1,000 in a year, new figures show.
Deaths from Alzheimer's disease have risen by a third in the last year, with campaigners warning the "alarming" increase is placing a "heavy strain" on the NHS and care services.