A cyber-attack on IT systems at the Scottish Parliament remains ongoing and could last several days, officials have said.
IT systems at the Scottish Parliament have been attacked by hackers.
The Scottish Parliament is likely to vote against the EU repeal bill unless there are " serious and significant changes" to the proposed legislation, Scotland's Brexit Minister has said.
The possibility of releasing new powers to Holyrood will be discussed in talks between the UK and Scottish Governments in Edinburgh.
A north MSP has secured another award for his road safety campaigning.
The UK Government intends to respect "the spirit and the letter" of the devolution settlement as powers are returned from the EU under Brexit, the First Secretary of State has said.
Scotland faces a constitutional crisis if Westminster ignores the Scottish Parliament withholding consent for the Repeal Bill, the Scottish Brexit Minister has said.
A Holyrood committee has called on the Scottish Government to do more to tackle bullying in Scottish schools.
Opposition parties "appear desperate" for Scotland to be in recession so they can attack the government, the SNP has said.
Measures to stop the damaging impact of air pollution in Scotland will be considered by a Holyrood inquiry on air quality.
Significant changes are needed to Scotland's budget process to take account of new tax and welfare powers, an expert group has said.
Tory leader Ruth Davidson has called on the First Minister to apologise to Holyrood as she accused Nicola Sturgeon of having "refused" to tell MSPs what she "knew to be the truth" over ongoing difficulties with farm payments.
Scotland's most senior judge has said a register of interests would be a "powerful disincentive" for people thinking of entering the judiciary.
The Scottish Government will again "fall short" on the deadline for making European subsidy payments to farmers, Rural Economy Secretary Fergus Ewing has confirmed.
Plans to overhaul school governance are not radical enough, according to the Scottish Conservatives.
The Scottish Government has threatened to invoke formal dispute resolution procedures with the UK Government as the row over the Tories' £1 billion deal with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) intensified.
Nicola Sturgeon has announced a "reset" of the Scottish Government's plans to hold a new independence vote.
Holyrood has passed legislation to merge transport policing in Scotland with the national force despite widespread opposition.
Labour is to bring forward a Bill aimed at banning fracking in Scotland.
Ministers are being urged to develop an "overarching strategy" to tackle the gender pay gap, with a committee of MSPs insisting that Scotland could be a "world leader" in promoting greater equality.
Scrapping a law aimed at tackling sectarian behaviour at football would be a historic moment for devolution, an MSP has said.
Scottish ministers have reportedly requested an extension to the deadline for processing European farming subsidies, amid claims about a third of applications have not yet been dealt with.
The amount of cash the Scottish Government collected in tax increased by 10% last year - but still fell short of the amount ministers had estimated they would receive.
The SNP has indicated it will demand a seat at the Brexit negotiations in Brussels in return for ensuring the Scottish Parliament does not disrupt Theresa May's plans to withdraw Britain from the European Union.
Legislation to lift a time bar to allow survivors of childhood abuse to sue for damages will be voted on at Holyrood later.
An MSP has called for a new system to replace the troubled IT programme for farm subsidies as she said families are "losing their livelihoods" due to Scottish Government failures.
MSPs will vote later on proposals to end the outright ban on tail docking for dogs in Scotland.
Legislation that will establish Scotland's first welfare system has been introduced at Holyrood.
A Scottish Government ministerial working group set up in the wake of the Grenfell Tower disaster has agreed a series of actions to be taken after its first meeting.
Proposals for sweeping reforms of the Scottish Parliament would promote "trust" in Holyrood, Presiding Officer Ken Macintosh has said.
A new law to drive up the number of women on public boards has been introduced at Holyrood.
Police patrolling outside the Scottish Parliament will continue to be armed after a review of security.