The Tay Cities Deal faces a funding threat with the UK Government cutting its contribution to the £1 billion investment package.
The Liberal Democrats have said they will only back the Scottish Government's budget plans if it rules out a second independence referendum.
The GP crisis has been “like a car crash in slow motion” but could still take more than five years to resolve, says a leading doctor.
Alex Salmond told Nicola Sturgeon complaints of sexual harassment had been made against him, the First Minister has confirmed.
Scottish Government publishes harassment guidance involving former ministers hours after Alex Salmond allegations made public
The Scottish Government published advice on the handling of harassment complaints against former ministers less than two hours after allegations against Alex Salmond were made public.
The Scottish Government has been accused of having “blood on their hands” after weapons partially made by a Fife firm were linked to a Saudi missile strike which killed 40 Yemeni children.
Veterans’ Minister Graeme Day made a poignant visit to an Aberdeen yesterday as he reflected on his own family’s service in past conflicts.
Rail travel could be too expensive for thousands more Scots when new price rises kick in next year, Labour have said.
More lives will be lost because of “ridiculous” delays to a new training programme in the Scottish Government’s suicide prevention strategy, says a Dundee campaigner.
Esther McVey says ‘personalised’ Universal Credit works – as 5,000 Scots get benefits-related emergency grants
The UK Welfare Secretary has insisted the Universal Credit system gets Scots back to work as it emerged more than 5,000 people needed emergency grants last year because of benefit delays.