Police Scotland has denied any wrongdoing after links between a tweet it sent out and a private company selling ready-made "grab and go" emergency bags were uncovered.
Scotland's chief legal officer has said safe consumption rooms would not be possible in cities like Dundee and Glasgow under the current law.
A clear lack of leadership from Scotland's education bodies is to blame for a narrowing of subject choice in the country's schools, a Holyrood committee has uncovered.
Devolution of powers from Westminster has stopped at Holyrood and not enough have passed down to local authorities, Cosla president Alison Evison will warn today.
The police and Scottish Government have been accused scaring a tense public after recommending the public pack a "grab-and-go" bag of essentials this month.
A Perthshire MSP has slammed the treatment of NHS Tayside's oncology team in an ongoing row over cancer dosages.
Rail chiefs have suggested rugby should not be played at Murrayfield during the summer after admitting failing to cope with the number of travellers in Edinburgh.
Former Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has decided not to take on a role with a private consultancy firm following a nationwide backlash.
Further turmoil has engulfed the Scottish Labour party after Westminster leader Jeremy Corbyn said he would not block a second Scottish referendum.
A second independence referendum, action on climate change, driver-less buses in Fife and electric planes were all included in the SNP’s programme for government.