Transport secretary Michael Matheson has told rail chiefs performance “must improve immediately” to meet standards expected by passengers and the Scottish Government, MSPs have heard.
Parents of disabled children have called for a meeting with 19 MSPs from Tayside and Fife in a “last resort” bid to reverse cuts to respite care.
Fife MSPs have signed a letter calling for Kincardine Offshore Windfarm work to be awarded to troubled Fife manufacturing firm BiFab.
Politicians have united to urge the UK Government to help save under-threat jobs at BiFab.
A section of the Scottish Parliament was evacuated after the discovery of several suspicious packages on Tuesday morning.
MSPs will have to go through airport-style security to access the Scottish Parliament after the UK terror threat level was raised in the wake of the Manchester terror attack.
A new strategy is being mounted to rein in Angus’s rocketing prescription costs.
MSPs will spend £1.75m replacing the lighting in Holyrood’s debating chamber.
Tayside and Fife politicians have voiced mixed opinions on proposals to re-draw Scotland’s Westminster constituencies.
External Affairs Secretary Fiona Hyslop has appealed to both sides in the EU referendum debate, warning that with just 28 days until polls open there is "no room at all" for complacency.