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A city pensioner who has to travel to Newcastle to get treatment for a chronic condition has stepped in to campaign for people with similar conditions to get help closer to home.
A city pupil will have his art work showcased in the Scottish Parliament.
Senior politicians have called for an inquiry into prescription drugs and the crippling impact dependence and withdrawal can have.
Brexit Minister David Davis told MPs he is “almost a fifth columnist” for devolution in his latest appearance before Westmister’s Brexit committee.
The Scottish Parliament will host a meeting today to scrutinise the closures of banks in the north-east.
The SNP has been accused of manufacturing a legal row over Brexit in order to push for a second independence referendum.
Highland MSP Kate Forbes hopes to encourage greater support for families with Down's Syndrome.
MSPs will order the public standards watchdog to investigate shamed former Holyrood minister Mark McDonald.
The Scottish Government’s emergency Brexit legislation has passed its second stage at Holyrood after 11 hours of scrutiny.
Mark McDonald affirmed that he was not a “criminal” yesterday as he made his return to Holyrood amid a storm of controversy over harassment allegations.
MSPs have asked the Scottish Government to look at creating a national agency in Scotland to operate the Erasmus+ EU youth exchange and training programme after Brexit.
A former Holyrood minister has denied claims that he waited outside the Scottish Parliament for a female parliamentary worker.
MSPs are to examine how to tackle the “relentless decline” of banks in Scotland as more than a third have closed since 2010.
Nicola Sturgeon has said she is “shocked and saddened” after an anonymous survey revealed a fifth of Holyrood staff have experienced sexual harassment or sexist behaviour.
Scotland’s Justice Secretary said he would “encourage” the armed forces to formally pardon men convicted of discriminatory historic sexual offences and disregard these convictions.
Scotland is “leading the way” in protecting music venues from planning disputes which threaten them with closure, MSPs have heard.
Health Secretary Shona Robison has said bringing in a minimum unit price for alcohol in Scotland is not predicted to lead to trips south of the border to stock up on cheap drink.
A repeal of controversial legislation to tackle sectarianism at football has moved a step closer following consideration by a Holyrood committee.
A repeal of controversial legislation to tackle sectarianism at football is expected to move a step forward later.
Nicola Sturgeon has said her government’s plans to almost double free childcare by 2020 are “on track” in the face of opposition concerns about funding, staff and timing.
Education Secretary John Swinney has been asked to detail meetings between government officials and witnesses to a Holyrood committee regarding named person legislation.
University access criteria needs to be made clearer to applicants to boost numbers of students from deprived areas, Scotland’s Commissioner for Fair Access has said.
Demands for reform were made yesterday after it emerged that disgraced Aberdeen MSP Mark McDonald was in line for a “golden goodbye” payment of more than £7,000.
A north-east MSP could face an investigation amid claims he breached Holyrood rules by offering a tour of the parliament to bidders at a Tory fundraising auction.
A string of north and north-east MSPs are facing a backlash over their second jobs – with one potentially topping up their Holyrood salary by the equivalent of £14,000 per day.
Customers across the north of Scotland are spending more than £33million every year on excess delivery fees compared to the rest of the UK.
A group of MSPs will come to the north-east to discuss potential changes to the education system.
Four calls were made to the Scottish Parliament’s new sex harassment hotline in the three days since it was established.
Highland MSPs were at the centre of a security alert in the Scottish Parliament yesterday after one was sent a “suspicious package” in the post.
Children’s Minister Mark McDonald quit the Scottish Government after a woman accused him of sending “inappropriate” messages, it is understood.
A parliamentary motion opposing a controversial £8million golf development in Sutherland has been lodged by MSP John Finnie, who claims it would be “catastrophic” for the local environment.