It is "a matter of time" until Scotland becomes an independent country, crime writer and Yes supporter Val McDermid has declared.
Works to replace the cracked part of Forth Road Bridge were considered five years ago but were abandoned, the Transport Secretary has admitted.
The leader of the Scottish Conservatives has come under pressure to secure a clear timetable from her Cabinet colleagues at Westminster for work to begin on new warships on the Clyde amid concerns that delays could cost jobs.
An SNP MP faces a fine for failing to publish official accounts for a company he is being investigated by parliamentary authorities in connection with.
In the fourth part of our pre-election mini-series, Michael Alexander meets Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie who is battling to reclaim the former Lib Dem bastion of North East Fife from the SNP.
A Labour MSP's bill to introduce a soft opt-out system for organ donation in Scotland has fallen at its first stage at Holyrood despite support from some SNP backbenchers.
The row over proposed tax credit cuts got personal as Alex Salmond claimed a man who changed his name from Gideon to George to “make his life easier” should have no problem backing down.
Fife’s newest councillor has given her first speech as an elected official and claimed the SNP is the only party that will put Scotland’s interests first.
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has called for the Chancellor to act now on measures to support the North Sea oil and gas industry.
The woman at the centre of a cronyism row about T in the Park threatened to sue Scottish Labour’s deputy leader, The Courier can reveal.