Teachers would demand refunds at taxpayer expense if they are slapped with new parking charges, says one of Scotland’s biggest unions.
Primary schoolchildren are consuming up to eight energy drinks a day, teachers have warned.
A migrant worker scheme designed to prevent the collapse of a key Tayside and Fife industry is a “recipe for exploitation”, MPs were told.
An MSP has called for a review into how public money is spent on chief executive pay-offs following confusion over Lesley McLay’s exit package.
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.
MPs are being warned against supporting laws that could cripple the regional press and allow politicians to “shackle publications they don’t like”.
Ministers are being asked to draw up plans for banning the sale of energy drinks in publicly-funded buildings.
Patients had to wait more than two months on average for a hospital appointment in Tayside, official figures show.
Commuters will be greeted by price rises this week with last month’s rail chaos still fresh in the memory.
Schools face disruption after a minority of members from Scotland’s biggest teachers’ union voted in favour of industrial action.