Yesterday, the Scottish Parliament started a debate on whether we should stage another referendum on independence. It will last for two days.
Enraged business owners have hit out at an £371,000 rates reduction for the Scottish Parliament building while their firms face crippling rate rises.
Support for Scottish independence has risen following Theresa May's speech confirming that the UK will leave the single market, according to a new poll.
The SNP has been criticised after accusing companies complaining about business rate increases of being "Tory cronies".
Tributes paid to Canon Kenyon Wright, one of the key figures behind the creation of the Scottish Parliament
Canon Kenyon Wright, one of pivotal figures in the creation of the Scottish Parliament, has died at the age of 84.
Scotland's political leaders have clashed over the future of the Union after a "rocky" 2016.
Holyrood's public audit committee has called on Scottish Government to provide monthly updates on how it is progressing with farm subsidy payments.
Campaigners battling against a controversial shake-up of hospital services on Skye will take their case to Holyrood again today.
MSPs have unanimously backed a Motion of Condolence expressing the parliament's deep regret and sadness at the untimely death of Alex Johnstone MSP.
Local politicians have urged the government to rethink its plan to centralise the Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) board after the agency submitted a list of its achievements to Holyrood.
Scottish Labour has launched a bid to get the future of Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) debated at Holyrood.
An MSP on Holyrood's health committee joked that reducing the size of Tobelerone bars could help tackle the country's obesity problem.
Scotland's pro-EU consensus was shattered last night after Labour accused the SNP of trying to bounce Holyrood into backing independence.
Controversial changes to council tax that could hammer north-east homeowners will be debated today - despite efforts by the Scottish Government to get them approved on the nod.
A motion praising the Whyte family's campaign for a review of mortuaries in Scotland has received cross-party support at Holyrood.
Labour has renewed calls for an outright ban on fracking in Scotland ahead of a Holyrood debate on the environment.
Moray MSP Richard Lochhead has launched an appeal for a "local hero" to attend a special ceremony at Holyrood.
Nicola Sturgeon has committed to working with parties across Holyrood to deliver her "defining mission" of improving education.
Nicola Sturgeon has been re-elected as First Minister despite a surprise challenge from the leader of the Scottish Liberal Democrats.
Holyrood's new MSPs have been sworn in for the fifth session of the Scottish Parliament.
Ken Macintosh has become Labour's first ever presiding officer at Holyrood.
SNP candidate Richard Lochhead faced a voter backlash in Moray, as he narrowly clung onto his seat for a tenth year despite his majority being slashed by more than 8,000 votes. The Cabinet Minister for Rural Affairs and the Environment has been heavily criticised in recent months for his role in an IT blunder which has left Scottish farmers £500million out of pocket. The controversy came back to haunt the Nationalist stalwart last night at Elgin Town Hall, when Conservative opponent Douglas Ross secured 12,867 votes opposed to his 15,742 and threatened to stage a shocking scalp. In 2011, Mr Lochhead powered to the top of the polls with a majority win of 10,944, but that was cut to just 2,875 yesterday. A jubilant Mr Ross said the region was "no longer an SNP stronghold" as he celebrated coming runner-up with almost 40% of the 33, 421 votes cast. Mr Lochhead was visibly relieved as he learned the result, which he hailed as testament to the trust residents have in the SNP. He said: "I'm very proud of the SNP's track record since 2007 in making Scotland a better place. "It's a huge privilege to represent this beautiful constituency, and I thank voters for giving me the opportunity to serve in their national parliament." Mr Ross said: "I entered this hall tonight 11,000 votes behind Mr Lochhead, and now there are just 2,875 votes between us. "For many years, Moray has been seen as an SNP stronghold, and the message from this vote is that this is no longer the case. "With almost 40% of the vote, I can now say there is an alternative to the SNP in Moray - this is becoming a closer fight than it has ever been." The 33-year-old Fochabers and Lhanbryde councillor increased his share of the vote from the 2011 election by 6,994 votes. SNP supporters began the night in confident fashion, but grew more concerned as votes for Mr Ross piled up into the early hours. Following months of relentless campaigning, Nationalist supporters were "optimistic" that Mr Lochhead would be able to build further on his huge majority. However, by the time the result neared at 3am, Mr Ross's stack of ballots appeared even with those of the incumbent minister - and SNP insiders conceded the outcome had taken them by surprise. The seat's other candidates were Sean Morton, who received 3,547 votes for the Labour party and Jamie Paterson, who as Liberal Democrat candidate won a 1,265 share. Following the outcome Mr Morton congratulated the SNP, but urged Mr Lochhead to "stand up for Moray" in opposing the funding cuts his ministerial colleagues have dealt the area. And Mr Morton slammed Liberal Democrat Jamie Paterson for failing to appear at the election count. He added: "The Liberal Democrats need to show Moray some respect, we deserve an awful lot better than this." The voter turnout for the seat increased from 51.1% in 2011 to 54.1% this year, bringing the total number of voters to 33,543 from an electorate of 61,969.
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson visited Aberdeen yesterday to address the issue of housing shortages in the area.
Rob Gibson, SNP MSP for Caithness, Sutherland and Ross, has raised the potential length of the public local inquiry into the Berriedale Braes with the Transport Minister in the Scottish Parliament.
Moray campaigners are calling on the Scottish Government to fine landowners who do not control harmful plants that are "killing the countryside".
The SNP has announced it will launch its Holyrood election campaign in the north-east this week.
North-east MSP Richard Baker has announced he will quit Holyrood next year after losing his bid to become Scottish Labour’s deputy leader.
An Aberdeen artist will have her work displayed in the Scottish Parliament later this year.
Peers have launched an inquiry into the economic impact of further devolution in the UK.
Scotland's only dual mandate parliamentarian has promised to take part in all "key votes" at Westminster and Holyrood.
The Aberdeenshire team behind the first charity of its kind in Scotland will make the case for more to be set up across the country today.