Cutting speed limits on residential streets could lead to an increase in road casualties, MSPs have been told.
A Holyrood committee set up to probe how misconduct allegations against former first minister Alex Salmond were handled has agreed to put its work on hold until the conclusion of a court case against him.
An Argyll farmer who had his sheep viciously attacked and killed in a gruesome dog attack will share his experience with the Scottish Parliament.
A special Holyrood committee set up to probe how misconduct allegations against former first minister Alex Salmond were handled is to meet for the first time.
A new zero-tolerance limit for drug-driving and the introduction of roadside testing is to be considered by MSPs.
Scottish health boards are owed more than £3.2 million by patients from outwith the European Economic Area who have not paid for treatment over the last five years, a Holyrood committee has found.
Workers face being “thumped” by plans to allow councils across Scotland to introduce a tax if they park their car at their place of employment, the Tories have claimed.
Sufferers of an “insidious” incurable lung disease have called on the Scottish Government to do more to raise awareness of the condition.
Four former SNP ministers will be put forward to sit on the Holyrood committee being set up to investigate how complaints against former first minister Alex Salmond were handled.
The Glasgow School of Art has submitted new evidence to MSPs about the second fire which broke out following what they say is “a need to address further rumours, supposition and speculation”.
An MSP and her breast cancer survivor sister are urging people to help raise money for research by wearing a unity band to support World Cancer Day.
Former miners are stepping up calls for a national monument to be created in memory of those who worked in the industry.
MSP Maureen Watt has brought the issue of the Aberdeen City Region Deal to parliament.
Planning for Brexit has been a “game-changer” for Scotland’s police force as it prepares to recruit 120 more officers, the Justice Secretary has said.
Bosses at a struggling health board knew their former chief executive should only have been paid three months’ notice – but they gave her six months amid concerns she could bring age and sex discrimination claims against them, a Holyrood committee has heard.
Urgent action must be taken in Scotland to tackle climate changing emissions, big businesses have said.
The Scottish Parliament has introduced sign language interpretation in its coverage of First Minister’s Questions for the first time.
An uninvited visitor was captured on camera at a Scottish Parliament committee meeting – a mouse.
Holyrood bosses are planning a year-long programme of special events to commemorate the Parliament’s 20th anniversary.
Jack McConnell outlined a range of options for the inquiry into spiralling cost for the Scottish Parliament building to his Cabinet, official papers show.
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.
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.
A motion has been lodged in parliament celebrating plans to base a new charity air ambulance in Aberdeen.
A north-east MSP mixed up in a lobbying controversy is expected to learn his fate next week.
Man who sparked major security alert whilst trying to set fire to the Scottish Parliament gets jail sentence
A man who tried to set fire to the Scottish Parliament, held a large kitchen knife over his head and said he wanted the police to kill him has been jailed.