The man leading Dundee’s bid to be a decommissioning hub has blasted a decision to develop ultra deep facilities at a rival port, claiming the bill for taxpayers could reach £100 million.
Nicola Sturgeon will warn MPs should not be “railroaded” into accepting a bad or blindfold deal on Brexit on the grounds that no deal would be catastrophic.
One of Scotland’s health boards has just a quarter of its buildings in a good physical condition, while in another area almost one in 10 properties have been ranked as “unsatisfactory”.
The public is struggling to make sense of Holyrood’s new tax powers, an expert claimed, as a poll revealed 84% want more information about how the charges are set.
Teachers are to be balloted on the latest pay offer which they are being urged to reject.
A woman has been ordered to take action over 100ft trees outside her home after neighbours argued they felt "imprisoned" and "depressed".
Drug use to tackle mental health conditions in Tayside and Fife has rocketed by nearly two-thirds, it has been revealed.
The Scottish Government will seek fresh independent advice on its climate change targets after a new report warned countries must take “unprecedented” action to slash carbon emissions.
The population of rural Scotland is increasing faster than the rest of the country and a higher proportion of residents rate their neighbourhood as a “very good” place to live, official statistics show.
A Dundee minister has claimed a new campaign by the Scottish Government and Police Scotland is fanning hatred against religion.