BiFab bosses say manufacturing jobs would return to Fife if new rules were brought in to ban companies that flout state aid rules.
Nicola Sturgeon said redundancy-hit Babcock must become less reliant on defence work following the loss 150 more jobs in Fife.
A trial will be held into allegations a former SNP MP embezzled tens of thousands of pounds from pro-independence groups.
Council officers have spoken out on the impact of funding cuts for Tayside and Fife communities ahead of the Scottish Budget.
The First Minister has spoken out against unfair competition from abroad that is said to be depriving BiFab of life-saving contracts.
Development problems were identified in 1,135 toddlers in Tayside and Fife in a year.
VIDEO: Clara Ponsati supporters gather outside court as ex-Catalan minister’s solicitor vows to fight ‘grotesque’ extradition bid
The St Andrews professor fighting extradition to Spain for her role in Catalonia’s independence bid has appeared in court in Edinburgh.
Scottish Labour’s deputy leader is stepping down after losing her seat in the general election.
Labour councillor ‘reminded of future conduct’ following party probe into Israeli conspiracy comment
A Fife councillor who suggested the Israeli secret service colluded with Jewish newspapers to prevent a Labour government has been warned by the party about her behaviour.
Shadow Scottish Secretary criticised for abandoning ambition to keep Scotland in European single market
The deputy leader of Scottish Labour has been criticised for abandoning her call for Scotland to stay in the European single market.