Michael Alexander speaks to Haston McLaren –a Perthshire writer, producer, film star and cameraman whose movie debut has been sent to the Cannes Film Festival.
A new GP contract aimed at cutting the workload of family doctors comes into force today.
Scotland’s environment secretary has invited her counterparts from across the UK to a summit to draw up a coordinated plan for bottle return schemes.
As the latest online computer gaming craze Fortnite sweeps the globe, Michael Alexander speaks to an Abertay University expert in Dundee about claims video games are addictive and a danger to health.
Theresa May has insisted EU withdrawal will mean more money for the NHS and schools, but avoided branding that a “Brexit dividend” on her whirlwind tour of the country.
Theresa May has been making the most of the Easter weekend as she toured the four nations of the UK – England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland – with a promise to keep the country united one year before Brexit.
Health Secretary Shona Robison has agreed to meet a campaigning mother who wants a cannabis based treatment to be made available on the NHS to help her son, who can suffer up to 100 seizures a day.
An MSP has called for Gaelic to be given Unesco status as she delivered an entire Holyrood speech in the language.
The Scottish Government is to use new welfare powers to introduce an income supplement as part of a range of measures to tackle child poverty.
Teachers are on the verge of taking industrial action due to pay and workload, Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard has warned.
Britain will be a “different” country after Brexit, Theresa May has said.
Scotland’s First Minister has called for a “serious and in depth investigation” in to claims the officially designated Brexit campaign “cheated” during the European Union referendum.
Nicola Sturgeon has insisted Brexit is still the “biggest challenge on the horizon” – despite being told by Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson she should look closer to home for why the country is stuck in an economic “slow lane”.
Footage of a Scottish man wandering into Sky News coverage of Theresa May's visit to Ayrshire has gone viral.
The producer of hit TV show Outlander has called for Scotland to have the “political will” to build a film and TV industry.
The NHS Tayside board was “misled” over the state of the organisation’s finances, a Holyrood committee has heard.
Renewable electricity generation in Scotland increased by over a quarter last year, according to official data.
Theresa May has rejected claims Brexit will result in a Westminster power grab insisting it will mean more powers going to the devolved government in Edinburgh.
With one year to go until Brexit, Theresa May has issued a call for the country to “come together” and seize the opportunities of EU withdrawal.
With one year to go until Brexit, Theresa May is mounting a whirlwind tour of the four nations of the United Kingdom with a promise to keep the country “strong and united”.