The backlash against the Tories for seizing Holyrood powers has already seen thousands of people join the SNP, says Nicola Sturgeon.
Unemployment in Dundee must be tackled by breaking down gender stereotypes that stop jobless men taking on roles traditionally associated with females, says a business leader.
Fears have been raised that the Brexit fall-out between the UK and Scottish governments could hamper the Tay Cities Deal.
The UK Government “railroaded” its Holyrood “power grab” through the Commons last night without a debate.
Cash machines across Tayside and Fife are at risk of closure due to a refusal to guarantee protections for isolated ATMs after 2022.
The SNP leader brought the party's two-day spring conference in Aberdeen to a close with her keynote speech.
Nicola Sturgeon has told the party faithful to concentrate on convincing Scots to back independence rather than the timing of a referendum.
Scotland's Brexit Secretary has insisted there will be no compromise with the UK Government in the row over devolved powers without changes being made to the "profoundly anti-democratic" EU Withdrawal Bill.
Exiled Catalan minster Clara Ponsati was cheered by SNP activists when she declared that referendums can never be illegal in a democracy.
The NHS is not doing enough to support patients when they leave hospital, says the Health Secretary.