Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown will today set out why he passionately believes Scotland should remain part of the UK.
The SNP has called on MPs to investigate claims that the Treasury misled Scots on the costs of independence.
Aberdeen residents should be given the chance to name the new bridge over the River Don, a local MSP has argued.
Threats of severe weather and food shortages must compel the Scottish Government to cut harmful emissions more urgently, according to the Scottish Greens.
Christians across the north and north-east will be given the chance to grill politicians on both sides of the independence debate next month.
A new war of words has broken out over the EU membership of an independent Scotland.
The UK Independence Party (Ukip) has sent a shockwave through the Scottish political establishment after winning its first parliamentary seat.
The UK Independence Party (Ukip) has secured its first seat north of the border in the European Parliament elections.
The SNP have been accused of "doctoring" a Holyrood report on Scotland's place in Europe to reflect a pro-independence position.
A senior Liberal Democrat has claimed the European elections are a chance to send a message to the Scottish Government to stop "ignoring" the Highlands.
Nick Clegg has accused the SNP of "living in the past" by constantly harping on about old grievances.
A group of MPs provoked an angry response from the SNP yesterday after urging Scottish ministers not to delay scrapping the so-called "bedroom tax".
First minister Alex Salmond is urging north-east voters to back the SNP as the final countdown to the European elections begins.
Shadow Scottish Secretary Margaret Curran will today accuse independence supporters of a "failure of logic" for wanting to break away from the richest part of the UK.
Scotland's finance secretary has agreed to meet council, police and health board bosses to discuss plans to offer incentives to lure more teachers, nurses and police officers to north-east.
A couple who won £161million on the EuroMillions lottery have given another £1million to the SNP.
Opposition councillors in Aberdeen have questioned why Labour chose to oust leader Barney Crockett after his replacement yesterday said that nothing would change under her rule.
Nicola Sturgeon believes this month's European Parliament election is a straight choice between the opposing views.
THE plot to oust Barney Crockett as council leader was hatched while he was thousands of miles away representing Aberdeen in Houston, the Press and Journal can reveal.
Opposition members said last night that council leader Barney Crockett was "stabbed in the back" by his Labour colleagues.
A senior UK Government minister is under fresh pressure to explain why he is so opposed to average-speed cameras on the A9.
MPs have been urged to re-think Westminster’s drive for a “cheap society” and use the debate over Scotland’s future for a fundamental review of the welfare system.