Three bridges spanning three centuries have the potential to become a magnet for visitors from across the world, according to the chairman of VisitScotland, Mike Cantlay.
Scottish charities could have a “gag” placed on them in the run-up to Westminster elections by new UK Government proposals, it has been claimed.
A nationwide tour will take place to ask Scots what they want the lasting effect of next year’s Commonwealth Games to be.
First Minister Alex Salmond welcomed the Leveson Report on the press despite claims he had been 'tainted' by the findings.
Public money has been spent on two separate sets of legal advice about who will be in charge of two areas of Scotland's single police force.
‘It is almost unbelievable’ Tory chief whip says police email hints at ‘easy ride’ for alleged offenders during solicitor dispute
Tayside Police have been accused of giving alleged offenders an ''easy ride'' after bosses encouraged officers to consider alternatives to arresting them.