Formula One legend Mika Hakkinen brought a supercar to Holyrood as he launched a festive campaign urging people to never drink and drive.
The chances of stopping Brexit and keeping the UK in the European Union are the greatest they have been since the Leave vote, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
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.
Legislation being brought forward at Holyrood to help tackle climate change needs to be upgraded to a “Climate Emergency Bill”, Scottish Greens said.
Holyrood has formally voted against both Theresa May’s Brexit deal and the prospect of quitting the European Union with no deal in place.
The Scottish Parliament will today vote against Theresa May’s proposed Brexit deal, with MSPs calling instead for a “better alternative” to the PM’s plans be taken forward.
Holyrood will vote against Theresa May’s Brexit deal next week after all parties except the Tories teamed up and announced they will put a joint motion forward for debate.
A North East MSP has said he hopes a "line can be drawn" after he was cleared of financial impropriety following a lobbying row.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has been named as Scotland’s Politician of the Year just five months after taking on the high-profile job.
A north-east MSP has said he hopes a "line can be drawn" after he was cleared of financial impropriety by a standards watchdog following a lobbying row.
The number of children suffering from emotional distress is “increasing exponentially”, the chair of specialist taskforce reviewing mental health care for youngsters has warned.
Banning the mechanical harvesting of kelp would send a “chilling” message to science companies in Scotland, industry leaders have warned.
Scotland could lose out on a £300 million industry if MSPs vote to ban the industrial harvesting of kelp in its waters, company bosses have claimed.
A young boy who helped save his mother’s life after she collapsed unconscious is calling for first aid to be taught in all state primary schools.
A preview of a special light and sound projection to mark the 100th anniversary of the Armistice has taken place at the Scottish Parliament.
Holyrood’s Presiding Officer has pledged that young people will continue to have a “strong voice” in the Scottish Parliament.
Scottish Conservative MSP Annie Wells has been suspended from Holyrood.
The roll-out of Universal Credit will mean a “significant number” of people will receive less financial support, a senior official with the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has said.
MSPs are set to vote to suspend Tory Annie Wells from Holyrood.
A motion has been lodged in parliament celebrating plans to base a new charity air ambulance in Aberdeen.
Police Scotland bosses have been accused of having “inappropriately recorded” allegations made against officers.
Police Scotland bosses have been accused of having “inappropriately recorded” allegations made by the public, MSPs were told, including a rape claim that was recorded as an “incivility”.
An allegation of rape against a police officer was “inappropriately recorded” as an “incivility” instead of a crime, MSPs were told.
The names of all those who died serving on behalf of Scotland in the First World War will be projected onto the Scottish Parliament building to mark 100 years since the armistice.
Conservative MSP Annie Wells faces being suspended from Holyrood for five days.
Scottish Enterprise has invested just £500,000 from a cash pot of £10 million, a report from Holyrood’s Economy, Energy and Fair Work Committee has revealed.
A silhouette statue of a First World War soldier has been unveiled at the Scottish Parliament.
Plans have been announced for a new £950,000 centre to enable children and vulnerable adults to give evidence without attending court.
The pro-independence majority at Holyrood could be lost in the next Scottish election, according to a poll.
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson and partner Jen Wilson have said they are “delighted” at the birth of their baby boy.
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has given birth to a baby boy.
Nicola Sturgeon has contacted the Spanish prime minister in a bid to ensure police and prosecutors are being given the “necessary resources” to investigate the death of Scottish holidaymaker Kirsty Maxwell.