The Scottish Finance Secretary has insisted the country would be better off independent, despite latest statistics showing a deficit of £12.6 billion last year.
Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath candidate Neale Hanvey has had his support withdrawn from the SNP after allegations of anti-Semitism.
Voters in Kirriemuir were met by SNP Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf on the campaign trail on Monday, following a visit by Tory grandee Michael Gove.
One of Dundee’s most prominent city centre buildings is to be converted into two new hotels – while retaining its Art Deco façade.
A well-loved Monifieth landmark has been put up up for sale, sparking speculation over its future.
The case against a man accused of chopping off a disabled Charleston woman's hand in a brutal Valentine's day attack has been continued again.
The SNP moved swiftly on the first day of its annual conference to rule out a so-called “plan B” route to independence.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson will make his first official visit to Scotland on Monday.
Court proceedings were delayed by seven hours after a man accused of severing a disabled woman’s hand from her wrist was delivered to the wrong city.
The police and Scottish Government have been accused scaring a tense public after recommending the public pack a "grab-and-go" bag of essentials this month.