The Scottish Office has defended spending "tens of thousands" of pounds on its social media budget since the start of the year.
A Budget that has been criticised for exposing families to higher bills and starving councils of cash has been signed off by the Scottish Parliament.
The Greens have slammed the SNP for pandering to “right-wing voices” and failing to impose steeper income tax rises.
Scotland's chief legal officer has said safe consumption rooms would not be possible in cities like Dundee and Glasgow under the current law.
Retailers have intervened over the Budget deadlock by warning any delay to Holyrood passing the £33 billion package could damage the high street.
Theresa May weighed into Scotland’s Budget row to tell the SNP to stop “hoarding power” in Edinburgh and start funding councils properly.
One of Scotland’s biggest trade unions has pleaded with councils not to introduce a levy they have called a “tax for turning up to work”.
A fast-track course in Dundee to tackle teacher shortages has only produced about half of the trainees sought.
Nicola Sturgeon says the refusal by the UK Government to protect disability benefits for new Frank’s Law recipients is “utterly inexplicable”.
Private schools stand to lose £37 million in what a Dundee headteacher has called a “vindictive” attack on education.