A Conservative MSP hired his own IT firm to design his website and claimed the costs back on parliamentary expenses.
Scotland's new registrar of lobbyists will come into force next spring, it has been announced.
Scottish Government plans to set up a publicly-owned energy firm to provide lower cost power have been welcomed by regulators.
A Holyrood committee has called for an end to "hefty" payouts to public sector leaders who leave after causing problems in their organisation.
Theresa May could struggle to negotiate a Brexit deal that will win the backing of the House Commons - which could see the country forced into a general election at the end of next year, the author of Article 50 has warned.
Legislation to ban the use of wild animals in travelling circuses will be debated by MSPs at Holyrood on Thursday.
The gender pay gap at the Scottish Parliament stands at just over 11%, according to figures released today.
Scottish Ministers have written to the UK Government urging them to condemn "unequivocally" the violence in Catalonia's independence referendum.
MSPs have claimed a record £15.8 million in expenses after bosses at Holyrood changed the rules to allow them to take on more staff.
The Scottish Government will "always consider" if more action needs to be taken to curb rents in the private sector, Nicola Sturgeon said.
A millionaire MSP is facing sanctions at Holyrood for failing to register an interest when asking questions.
Scotland's largest local authority should know by the end of the week if any high-rise flats in Glasgow have a "Grenfell type arrangement" of combustible cladding, as the council leader apologised to residents.
Nicola Sturgeon should put a second Scottish independence referendum on hold until after then next Holyrood election, a senior SNP MP has suggested.
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.
Changes to domestic abuse law which would criminalise emotional and psychological abuse have been backed unanimously by a committee of MSPs.
Dozens of high rise developments in Glasgow have cladding similar to that used on Grenfell Tower, it has been confirmed.
Scotland's statisticians have become less independent since devolution, experts have warned.
A rise in income tax in Scotland may not be very effective because of the ease with which people can avoid paying, MSPs have been told.
The UK Government is deliberately using Brexit as a "cover" for stripping away powers from Holyrood and the other devolved administrations, Scotland's Brexit Minister Mike Russell has claimed.
Nicola Sturgeon has called for a new cross-party consensus on boosting the powers of Holyrood in the face of Brexit "threatening the underpinning principle" of devolution.
Overgrown hedges are causing some residents in Scotland to "live in the shadows" and the Government should tighten legislation to prevent this, MSPs have said.
Nicola Sturgeon has failed to rule out using Holyrood's new powers to raise the basic rate of income tax - with Tory Ruth Davidson warning low and middle income Scotland that the First Minister is "coming for your pay cheque".
Legal experts have warned the Brexit repeal bill risks removing the legislative competence of the Scottish Parliament.
Youth football coaches will require background checks to be completed before they are allowed to work with children, the Scottish Youth Football Association (SYFA) has announced.
Financial services companies are drawing up contingency plans ahead of Brexit amid concerns the two-year period for Britain to negotiate a deal to leave the European Union (EU) is too short, an industry body has warned.
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.
Nicola Sturgeon has announced a "reset" of the Scottish Government's plans to hold a new independence vote.