The Scottish Government is set on continuing with a standard deposit return scheme price and the inclusion of glass, despite concerns raised from drinks-industry leaders.
The Scottish Greens have announced they will not stand in Angus but still actively campaign against Tory candidate Kirstene Hair.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said tariffs introduced on whisky and cashmere were not fair, during a whirlwind visit to Scotland on Thursday.
Nicola Sturgeon visits Syrian food shops in campaign launch for former MP and journalist John Nicolson
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon was in Alloa yesterday launching the campaign of former MP and journalist John Nicolson.
Boris Johnson flies into Scotland and calls for Tory votes ‘to stop a second independence referendum’
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to visit Scotland on the campaign trail on Thursday.
NHS Tayside still faces "significant challenges" according to a fifth emergency audit into its financial and operational management.
Vital projects funded by the Tay Cities Deal could be put at risk by the general election, The Courier can reveal.
The UK Government will not consider changes to drug legislation which would see possession of small amounts of illicit substances decriminalised.
Aberdeen MP Ross Thomson has announced he is standing down immediately as an MP following accusations which surfaced in a Sunday newspaper.
A UK Home Office minister said he would not consider legalising drug consumption rooms until he sees the Scottish Government invest as "heavily as possible" in treatment.