A former MP has appeared in court on six charges including fraud.
A footballer who racially abused another player during a match should have been suspended by his club or even expelled instead of being sent on diversity training, Labour’s Anas Sarwar has said.
Scotland’s jobless total rose by almost 5,000 between November and January to reach 118,000, according to the latest statistics.
Scotland’s childcare minister was unable to tell MSPs how many people are currently working in the industry.
A legal ban on using lasers to target vehicles has taken a step forward.
A fund to help Scots move away from emergency food support such as food banks has been extended for another year.
Former Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale has revealed she received three death threats in six years as she backed a campaign urging Twitter to do more to stop online abuse.
Opposition MSPs have united to block plans to bring forestry under the direct control of the Scottish Government.
Fewer than one in five students taking up a foundation apprenticeship in a Stem subject is female, new figures have shown.
Scottish Tory MPs said they had put the Government “on notice” after they voiced concerns about the impact of the UK’s Brexit transition deal on fishing directly with the Prime Minister.