North-east families could face a financial hammering if council tax is changed, a government report has warned.
Willie Rennie MSP
Police Scotland is under growing pressure to abandon controversial plans to close down emergency control rooms in the north and north-east.
The Scottish Government has been accused of “hoarding” tens of millions of pounds meant to help struggling GP practices.
Nicola Sturgeon was accused of complacency over a primary healthcare service in “crisis” with GPs retiring early or going part-time.
Nicola Sturgeon came under sustained fire from opposition leaders over her government’s record on education.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and opposition party leaders clashed at Holyrood yesterday over whose party would best represent Scotland at Westminster.
Scotland’s police chief has indicated that he will step down from his role next year.
Senior Scottish Police officers were accused of being “incapable of being straight with their answers” yesterday.
The Scottish Government is under fresh pressure to scrap what critics have described as an “illiberal” super ID database.
Scottish opposition leaders set out their priorities on law and order ahead of the general election.
Nicola Sturgeon has voiced confidence in Sir Stephen House following a series of controversies surrounding his leadership.
The head of the organisation representing rank-and-file police officers has issued a stark warning against further cuts.
Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has urged Scots to voice their opposition to what he claims are plans to expand access to a “super ID database”.
The Scottish Government has been accused of showing “breathtaking indifference” to people concerned about potential privacy breaches.
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie declared "all systems go" with 100 days to the general election.
Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael has confirmed he will contribute to an emergency summit to address the crisis facing the North Sea oil industry.
The plummeting oil price has been seized upon by critics of the Scottish Government's forecasts in support of independence earlier this year.
The phrase "a dog is for life, not just for Christmas" has been given new meaning after new figures revealed the number of animals being put down.
The Scottish Government will continue to argue for more powers despite sweeping proposals for more devolution recommended by the Smith Commission.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has been challenged to publicly disassociate herself from a nationalist website's expletive-ridden tirade against Gordon Brown.
The Nationalists have been accused of rejecting overtures to heal the social rifts caused by the independence referendum.
A Liberal Democrat has quit Highland Council's ruling coalition - claiming he feels unable to represent his constituents within the administration.
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie yesterday said there was no place for "thuggish" behaviour in the run up to the Independence referendum next week.
Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said the referendum was about people not parties.
First Minister Alex Salmond has been urged to be straight with Scots over the cost of pensions in an independent Scotland.