A row has erupted over a long awaited £15.2million recreational centre in Blairgowrie after officials said the project could be delayed until late 2022.
Tests have shown water at a school where several current and former teachers have been diagnosed with cancer is safe to drink, the Education Secretary has insisted.
An independent review into health and safety concerns at a school where four current and former teachers were diagnosed with cancer has been announced by the Scottish Government.
The lack of a credible opposition may give the government in Westminster a better chance of survival than it deserves, whenever it decides to go for another election.
A community group will set up a new home in Coupar Angus after finally taking ownership of a former NHS building following three years of deliberations.
The dualling of the A9 and A69 will go ahead despite the climate emergency as the roads have “very serious and alarming safety records”, the Deputy First Minister has said.
Labour has demanded the Scottish Government “think about its moral responsibility” and take action to tackle poverty.
A national shake-up in Scotland's classrooms should make Dundee City Council reconsider plans to introduce faculties in its schools, it has been claimed.
Ruth Davidson and John Swinney have joined forces to back calls for a change to the charity lottery fundraising limit.
The attainment gap between children from poor and affluent families is getting smaller at schools where there is specialist funding, head teachers have said.