A disastrous night for Labour has left the Conservatives on the brink of forming a new government and the SNP celebrating its near total domination of Scottish politics.
Scottish Labour has unveiled a plan to end the need for foodbanks, as figures show more than 60 children a day are relying on food hand-outs.
The Conservatives should form a minority UK Government as it is “unlikely” they will win a majority in May, according to the party’s Scottish leader.
The SNP would team up with Labour to hike tax for the highest earners.
A national curling centre should be based in Stirling in the wake of sporting success at the Winter Olympics, an MSP has said.
David Cameron has led tributes to record-breaking athlete and Tory former minister Sir Christopher Chataway, describing him as “one of a kind” and a “great Briton”.
Dundee and Stirling have both been offered consolation prizes after missing out on Scotland’s National Performance Centre for Sport.
British Swimming has given a strong indication that Stirling’s centre of excellence could lose its international training centre status.
A nationwide tour will take place to ask Scots what they want the lasting effect of next year’s Commonwealth Games to be.