A game smokery established more than 30 years ago is to cease trading.
John Swinney MSP
Scotland's Deputy First Minister has warned Fife's decision to scrap primary one testing has achieved nothing but increased cost to the taxpayer.
Residents of Coupar Angus are struggling to come to terms with a “devastating” incident that left a 10-year-old boy dead and an eight-year-old girl fighting for her life.
A call has been made to solve parking problems in Blairgowrie
A whistleblowing website for teachers has been launched by a Fife educator after a series of anonymous open letters criticised the Scottish Government's record on schools.
Public given first access to V&A as Deputy First Minister claims it can ‘define purpose of Dundee for future’
Deputy First Minister John Swinney has hailed Dundee's "stunning" new V&A museum after welcoming the first members of the public to be given access to the £80 million facility.
A maligned social networking tool has been reintroduced to Scottish schools despite ongoing concerns over access to pupil information.
Swinney has ‘very serious questions to answer’ as education bosses finally seek proper controls on school app
Authorities are attempting to fix safety concerns about a school networking app months after they were first warned of problems.
Education Secretary was warned of pornographic content and ineffective monitoring weeks before Yammer lockdown
Education Secretary John Swinney was warned of pornographic material circulating on a school social networking tool six weeks before a Courier investigation led to access being locked down.
Education Scotland is facing "very difficult questions" after being forced to order a hard reset of all passwords across its national digital learning platform following a major security breach.