Ever since Sir Iain McMillan retired as head of the Confederation of British Industry in Scotland, the voice of the wealth-creating sector has been oddly silent.
Tories pushing for a hard Brexit are putting devolution in Scotland at risk, the country’s Deputy First Minister has warned.
The contest to be the next deputy leader of the SNP may be in its early days, with the result not due to be announced until the party’s conference in June, but already it is turning out to be more interesting than it looks on paper.
Waid Community Campus has been officially opened by Deputy First Minister John Swinney in a special ceremony with almost the whole school looking on.
Headteachers are being handed a £19m war chest to improve the life chances of Tayside and Fife’s poorest children.
The recruitment problem in Scottish schools reached crisis proportions last year, with tales of desperate heads in Perth and Edinburgh begging parents to teach maths classes.
Dundee will run a new fast-track teaching course in a bid to tackle the recruitment crisis in swathes of rural Scotland.
Campaigners have vowed to stage further protests if a taxpayer-owned bank continues to push ahead with planned branch closures.
Hundreds of protesters have gathered outside a Highland Perthshire bank to protest at swingeing cuts by the firm.
Council bosses are preparing to oust bus station businesses to pave the way for a multi-million-pound redevelopment.