Praise has been heaped on Fife’s first responders during a Scottish Parliament debate amid concerns opportunities are still being missed to save more lives.
The “hidden” status of Scottish veterans and their families was highlighted in a Scottish Parliament member’s debate secured by North East MSP Liam Kerr.
Legislation aimed at strengthening and protecting island communities across Scotland has passed its first stage at Holyrood.
A watchdog has been urged to investigate the involvement of special advisers in the handling of freedom of information (FOI) requests.
A Scottish inquiry into undercover policing could be revisited if new information comes to light, the justice secretary has said.
The First Minister has dismissed “so-called revelations” about the use of Prestwick Airport by the US military as “a load of bunkum”.
Plans to give so-called “tied” pubs more choice over what they sell have secured cross-party backing at Holyrood.
Concerns around ministers’ plans to overhaul governance in schools have been highlighted by a Holyrood committee.
The Tories have called for the parliamentary business minister to answer questions at Holyrood on the involvement of special advisers in handling freedom of information (FOI) requests.
Scotland’s under-fire chief constable has said it would be “impossible” for him to resume policing duties as he resigned from the post with immediate effect.