Shona Robison was in a television studio over the weekend insisting she is the person to cure the health service of its ills.
Kenny Rogers delivered some sage advice in The Gambler on knowing when to quit when you are ahead.
There will be some nervous politicians scouring the detail of proposed boundary changes across Courier Country.
I've always thought party conferences are like music festivals, albeit with an incredibly underwhelming line-up.
You can understand why this year’s anniversary of the independence referendum might be a rather muted affair.
A Borrower is quiet, conscientious, and inconspicuous. We don’t steal, we borrow.
It was not much of a surprise when Scottish Labour leader contender Anas Sarwar failed to make it to the annual Holyrood cricket match yesterday (yes there is one).
You would be hard pushed to think of a politician who has put higher immigration at the heart of a major political campaign.
As leader of the fourth largest party at Westminster you sometimes have to throw a few curveballs around to get noticed.
Perth Concert Hall, October 19, 2012. The SNP was split pretty much down the middle on a decision that seemed key to the prospect of their dreams of an independent Scotland becoming a reality.