Giving councils the power to raise taxes on out-of-town firms threatens Scottish prosperity, the country’s most senior business leaders have warned.
A Perthshire MP attacked Theresa May for depriving youngsters of the freedom to “live, work and love” on the continent.
Net migration from the European Union to the UK has fallen to the lowest level in nearly six years.
The maximum prison sentence for knife possession has been imposed just once in Scotland since its introduction, ministers have admitted.
Taxpayers were forced to plug the hole in council finances so local services could cope with slashed budgets, says Scotland’s spending watchdog.
Job losses and empty buildings are proving the devastating impact of bank closures, says an MSP.
A new Scottish Government strategy to tackle alcohol and drug addiction has been labelled a ‘tragic missed opportunity’ and ‘dangerously complacent’ by opposition politicians.
People committing drug-related offences could be directed away from the criminal justice system as part of a new national strategy to prioritise treatment ahead of punishment.
One in five pregnant women in Dundee smoke, new figures show.
Theresa May heads to Scotland tomorrow to try and sell her Brexit deal to the public ahead of next month’s crunch vote.
Nicola Sturgeon has signalled she will not update the country on her independence referendum plans until next year.
A Fife pensioner’s bid to ban parking in front of dropped kerbs has received a boost after MSPs backed including it in new legislation.
Addicts would be given immunity from prosecution if they are prepared to go through treatment under a softening of Scottish Conservative drugs policy.
Unnecessary recruitment delays will force children to wait even longer for mental health treatment at NHS Tayside, a report has warned.
A Fife MP has faced criticism for going on an overseas trip paid for by the Middle Eastern country where a British student has been jailed.
Prime Minister Theresa May faces a new crisis of confidence after Dominic Raab resigned as Brexit Secretary, saying he "cannot in good conscience support the terms proposed for our deal with the EU".
The Tay Cities Deal will be signed off in a fortnight, The Courier understands.
The 16-strong membership of the task force to save Michelin jobs in Dundee is revealed today.
An MSP was sent out of Holyrood’s chamber for wearing a rainbow tie in support of LGBTI rights.
Scotland will be the first country in the world to ensure its education system recognises the issues faced by the LGBTI community, ministers have announced.