There are not enough public health policies designed to prevent illness, a Holyrood committee has found.
MSPs on a Scottish Parliament committee say they want to hear people’s views as they launched an inquiry into how youngsters with mental health problems access support.
The names of all those who died serving on behalf of Scotland in the First World War will be projected onto the Scottish Parliament building to mark 100 years since the armistice.
The First Minister has urged MSPs not to “weaponise” issues such as anti-Semitism for “petty, party political reasons”.
Conservative MSP Annie Wells faces being suspended from Holyrood for five days.
A Tayside women's shelter has received extra funding from the government as a result of being one of Scotland's busiest.
Children are so hungry they cannot wait until they leave a Fife food bank to start eating, says a charity.
Police officers are so overwhelmed they are regularly unable to take any breaks during shifts, according to Scotland’s police union boss.
The Scottish Government is to write off around £150 million of debt owed by NHS boards.
A proposed £298 million digital, data and IT upgrade at Police Scotland will not introduce “space-age” technology but just the basics officers need, MSPs have heard.