Campaigners have won a challenge at the Supreme Court against proposals to appoint a named person for every child - but the Scottish Government has vowed to press ahead with the controversial scheme.
MPs are being warned against supporting laws that could cripple the regional press and allow politicians to “shackle publications they don’t like”.
Ministers are being asked to draw up plans for banning the sale of energy drinks in publicly-funded buildings.
Should young people be able to opt out of religious observance in schools, or is religious literacy vital to avoid radicalisation and intolerance? As the Scottish Government’s position on religious observance is challenged by humanists, MICHAEL ALEXANDER looks at the arguments for and against change.
The Scottish Youth Parliament has been rocked by the resignation of at least seven of its members amid calls for structural change and amid claims of bullying, sexism and stifled debate, The Courier can reveal.
Patients had to wait more than two months on average for a hospital appointment in Tayside, official figures show.
Nicola Sturgeon should focus on helping Scotland cope with Brexit rather than trying to "wish away" the referendum result, Ruth Davidson said.
Former Justice Secretary says Scottish Government ‘tried to win more powers as part of Lockerbie agreement’
The Scottish Government tried to secure more powers for Holyrood as part of a controversial prisoner transfer agreement between the UK and Libya, former Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill has said.
Commuters will be greeted by price rises this week with last month’s rail chaos still fresh in the memory.
The tragic death of schoolboy Bailey Gwynne has sparked a fresh debate over the controversial issue of searching schoolchildren.