Ruth Davidson has insisted her party's plan for a graduate charge would raise £100 million a year after the figure was called into question.
Home owners who buy another property could have to pay an extra 3% in value in tax, under new plans from the Scottish Government.
Teachers insist they will not be made scapegoats for ‘unacceptable’ performance in Scotland’s schools
Teachers have told Scotland’s politicians they won’t be made “convenient political scapegoats” for problems in the country’s education system.
Multi-million-pound cuts looming over Dundee University are likely to be just the tip of the iceberg for further education across Scotland, says a former Scottish Labour leader.
The widow of footballer Frank Kopel said she was "ecstatic" a bill has been lodged at Holyrood to extend free care to under-65s with conditions such as dementia.
St Andrews University rector reveals – ‘I’m a bit of a black sheep – the rest of my family went to Glasgow!’
When it comes to political campaigning Catherine Stihler likes a good scrap.
Scottish Labour leadership hopeful Kezia Dugdale has outlined her ambition to raise educational attainment beyond just "satisfactory".
Judges have set a date to hear evidence in a legal challenge to the election of former Scottish secretary Alistair Carmichael.
If Scotland had voted Yes in September 2014, today would have been the first day of an independent Scotland.
Nicola Sturgeon has said she is prepared to make tough decisions to improve Scotland's "unacceptable" education system.