Scotland star, Kyle Coetzer, has received parliamentary praise after being voted the ICC Associate Cricketer of the Year.
Legal advice commissioned by a pro-independence group has suggested there are “good arguments” to be made for holding a second referendum without UK Government approval.
Primary school pupils from across the north-east have been recognised for their work in highlighting the importance of using water wisely.
The relationship between Holyrood and Westminster is at a “low ebb” and has deteriorated since Boris Johnson’s election victory, Scotland’s Constitutional Relations Secretary has said.
The Scottish Parliament has been urged to reject the UK Government’s Withdrawal Agreement.
Scottish shoppers this Christmas have been stung by an extra £12 million in “unfair” additional delivery fees – tacked on simply because of where they live.
Nicola Sturgeon has called for a “coming together” of political parties in the Scottish Parliament to deliver a second independence referendum.
Nicola Sturgeon will make the case for another vote on Scottish independence in response to the “new danger” posed by Boris Johnson’s government in a statement at Holyrood on Tuesday.
The Scottish Labour leader has lamented his party’s “devastating” election results, putting the defeat down to constitutional issues rather than shifting blame to Jeremy Corbyn.
Alex Salmond has said he will “vigorously” defend his position after pleading not guilty to offences against 10 women.
A public inquiry has been announced into the death of a man in police custody.
Former Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has said she conducted “due diligence” before taking on a paid job with a lobbying firm.
Smacking children could be made illegal in Scotland today if MSPs vote to change the law to ban their physical punishment.
An innovative storytelling method developed at a Dingwall library is being rolled out across the country following its resounding success.
The Scottish Parliament’s backing for tough new climate change targets “ramps up” the need for a step change in how Scottish agriculture is supported and how agricultural practices are undertaken, says NFU Scotland (NFUS).
The widow of an MSP who died of cancer three years ago is shaving her head for charity - after revealing she is now battling the disease.
A group of 100 young artists will tell Scotland's First World War story in an exhibition that opens next week.
The late Hamish Henderson will be honoured in the Scottish Parliament next week with a debate and a reception recognising him as one of the “most brilliant Scots of his age”.
An Inverness company has been praised by a north MSP for their commitment to helping save lives.
A Highlands and Islands MSP has commended young cadets from across the region during a motion in the Scottish Parliament.
Orkney MSP Liam McArthur is currently seeking the assistance of parliamentary colleagues to support a national project aimed at protecting Scotland’s heritage sites from the continual threat of coastal erosion.
An Inverness animal charity is urging people to sign a new petition which would force motorists who hit cats to report such incidents to the authorities.
Trish Godman, who has died aged 79, was among the very first group of MSPs to be elected to the Scottish Parliament, using her position to act as a “great fighter” for her constituents.
Environment campaigners yesterday set up camp in Scottish Parliament grounds as they began a five-day climate change protest.
Fergus Ewing will mark devolution's 20th anniversary by remembering the role played by his mother Winnie in re-establishing the Scottish Parliament after almost 300 years.
Bringing power closer to the people: that was the purpose of the incoming Labour Government when it created the first democratically-elected Scottish Parliament in 1999.
A committee which encourages girls in Aberdeen to live active lives has been commended in parliament.
The very best of the Blue Toon has been showcased at Holyrood.
An Argyll farmer who had his sheep viciously attacked and killed in a gruesome dog attack will share his experience with the Scottish Parliament.
MSP Maureen Watt has brought the issue of the Aberdeen City Region Deal to parliament.
Moray’s bid for a £200 million growth deal to fund large-scale projects across the region has been described as a potential “game changer” for communities.
A North East MSP has said he hopes a "line can be drawn" after he was cleared of financial impropriety following a lobbying row.