More than 80% of independent home care services are concerned about being able to survive this year, a new survey has found.
The Scottish Government is due to set out its apprenticeships target for 2018/19.
There needs to be a "large-scale systemic change" to tackle Scotland's obesity problem, according to a report.
A Scots saxophonist has been announced as the winner of a prestigious jazz award.
A target to cut youth unemployment in Scotland has been met four years ahead of schedule, a report has revealed.
The scheme for charging court fees in Scotland could be "illegal", a group of senior lawyers has suggested.
The inaugural multi-sport European Championships will provide the "perfect opportunity" to build on the legacy of the 2014 Commonwealth Games, Sport Minister Aileen Campbell has told MSPs.
Scotland's top law officer has said the Crown Office is still examining whether or not criminal proceedings will be taken forward regarding a couple who died following a crash on the M9 and a man who died in police custody.
Winter pressures on the health service have highlighted a lack of funding and solutions required to make the NHS sustainable in the long term , doctors have said.
Denying the "orchestrated" abuse which took place in child care homes across Scotland should be a crime, an inquiry has heard.
Scotland's new income tax system could help attract people to the country, the Finance Secretary has claimed.
Police divers have been combing a stretch of river as they search for a man missing from his home.
Hundreds of refugees and asylum seekers have contributed to a new action plan to support those seeking sanctuary in Scotland.
A new study will examine whether building more floating wind farms could boost the Scottish economy.
Finnair is to make its Edinburgh-Helsinki route a year-round service after high demand.
Justice Secretary Michael Matheson has insisted he did not exceed his authority when he asked police watchdogs to "reconsider" their decision to allow Chief Constable Phil Gormley to return to work while misconduct allegations against him were being investigated.
Children in Scotland now have the most rights in Europe if they need additional help with schooling, Education Secretary John Swinney said.
Sales at Oxfam shops across Scotland over the festive period raised nearly £1.2 million for the charity's lifesaving work, it has announced.
Health Secretary Shona Robison has acknowledged that the uptake of flu vaccination among healthcare staff is too low.
A Liberal Democrat MSP has called for the Scottish Government to be "open and transparent" about any possibility of future closures of the Queensferry Crossing after it was revealed 23 works are still outstanding.