Scotland's former first minister Alex Salmond has said the General Election is about "backing our Scottish parliament".
A majority of voters north of the border believe the SNP would have the right to hold a second independence referendum if the party wins more than half of the Scottish seats in the General Election, a poll has found.
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has said the SNP has presided over a "week of chaos" in national election campaigning.
Nicola Sturgeon has urged voters not to allow Scotland to be "dragged back by the Tories" at the General Election.
A Holyrood committee has backed plans to merge British Transport Police in Scotland with the national force - despite Tory and Labour MSPs refusing to back the proposal.
Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of telling Scots a "whopper" when she told voters the General Election is not about Scottish independence.
MSPs have rejected a petition urging the Scottish Government not to seek a second independence referendum until after 2020.
Scottish Government ministers are convinced plans to first cut and then abolish the tax paid by air travellers will deliver "strong economic benefits" - despite an independent economic assessment of the policy only just being commissioned.
Nicola Sturgeon is likely to delay a statement on the "next steps" towards a second Scottish independence referendum until after the General Election.
MSPs have voted to call on the UK Government to remove the two-child cap on tax credits and scrap the so-called rape clause.
More than 2,000 scientists and members of the public descended on Scotland's capital city to promote and defend science.
Hundreds of cyclists took the streets in three cities to demand better conditions for cyclists.
The son of a man killed by a hit-and-run driver high on drugs has welcomed plans for a legal crackdown.
Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson was greeted with calls of "shame, shame" after she refused to condemn the UK Government's so-called "rape clause".
Teaching children how to evaluate information found online via search engines such as Google is an "important part" of the work of schools, Education Secretary John Swinney has said.
Justice Secretary Michael Matheson has ordered inspectors into the police watchdog after a former Scottish Government minister likened the organisation to a "secret society".
Labour's move to ban fracking in Scotland has been backed by nearly 90% of the public in a new consultation.
MSPs can improve their understanding of life on the frontline for Scotland's soldiers, sailors and air force personnel, thanks to a new Holyrood initiative.
The Scottish Conservatives' "complicity" in the "utterly immoral policies" of the UK Government has been laid bare by leader Ruth Davidson's response to the so-called rape clause, the First Minister has said.
Scotland's seas could be at risk of illegal fishing after Marine Scotland workers voted in favour of industrial action in a pay dispute, a union has warned
More than 70 Scottish schools have been found to have defects similar to those in Edinburgh schools closed due to safety fears, according to a BBC investigation.
Nicola Sturgeon has dismissed any suggestion of an early Holyrood election to end a stand-off with Theresa May over a second independence referendum.
A senior SNP MSP has said fellow backbenchers at the Scottish Parliament should be more prepared to take on the Government.
Nicola Sturgeon has said she has no intention of taking legal action to try to secure a second Scottish independence referendum.
Police patrolling outside the Scottish Parliament are to carry Tasers in the wake of the Westminster terror attack.
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.