The lack of plans to upgrade the Kingsway is "disappointing" and unbecoming of Dundee's transformation, an MSP has said.
A leading nurseries group has warned of a "workforce crisis" ahead of the roll-out of the Scottish Government's compulsory hours provision in 2020.
Shadow Scottish Secretary Lesley Laird backs conflicting Labour policies on income tax in England and Scotland
Labour’s shadow Scottish Secretary says both John McDonnell and Richard Leonard are correct on income tax - despite having conflicting policies.
Primary schoolchildren are consuming up to eight energy drinks a day, teachers have warned.
Six months to Brexit: St Andrews vice-principal warns of threat to Scottish universities’ world class reputation from EU funding collapse
Scottish universities face losing their world class status without the level of funding they have enjoyed from the EU, warns a St Andrews vice-principal.
The GP crisis has been “like a car crash in slow motion” but could still take more than five years to resolve, says a leading doctor.
Rail travel could be too expensive for thousands more Scots when new price rises kick in next year, Labour have said.
Campaigners from across Tayside and Fife have returned home footsore but fired up after thousands of Yes supporters turned out for a huge pro-independence rally in Glasgow.
Stephen Gethins is expected to rule himself out of the race to be the SNP’s deputy leader.
Dundee and Fife have the lowest levels of cash reserves in the country leaving council services across the region “dangerously exposed”.