If the European Union grants an extension to Brexit, it looks likely we will have an election.
The agency responsible for the roll-out of Scotland's new benefits system has admitted it still does not know where in the Dundee it will be permanently situated.
Alex Salmond will appear at the High Court Edinburgh next month for a preliminary hearing in relation to accusations of attempted rape.
Drastic action must be taken to reduce the impact of drug deaths in Scotland, the public health minister has warned.
The Tayside figurehead behind the campaign for free care for under 65s has told of her "disgust" after a council used funding set aside for Frank's Law to cover a deficit.
Pupils at schools across Courier Country start the first day of the new academic year on Tuesday, with 27 teachers positions still to be filled.
Opposition parties have called on the health secretary to resign after more than half-a-million delayed discharge days were recorded last year.
Some of Scotland's leading medical experts have called on the Scottish Government to "stop playing catch-up" with emergency stroke treatment.