A fairer system of calculating business rates needs to implemented before Fife’s bar and restaurant industry is crippled, a local MSP has been told.
A dramatic shift in government policy is required if Scotland’s renewables sector is to have any future, it is claimed.
An investigation has been launched after a blunder over rubbish bin collection calendars caused confusion in north east Fife.
Praise has been heaped on Fife’s first responders during a Scottish Parliament debate amid concerns opportunities are still being missed to save more lives.
Willie Rennie has called for an independent review after councillors felt frozen out from scrutinising the police’s handling of a Fife murder.
Willie Rennie was called a “pathetic attention seeker” by the First Minister after he branded her a liar in Holyrood.
Calls have been made for a review of the Scottish Police Authority after the watchdog apparently ruled Phil Gormley could return to work without informing Police Scotland or the body investigating allegations against the Chief Constable.
Scotland's political leaders have paid tribute to people working over the holiday period in their Christmas messages.
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie said more than 10,000 young people have had mental health treatment delayed in the past three years.
The Scottish Greens have warned they cannot back the Scottish Government's current draft budget plans as independent analysis confirms a real terms cut in day-to-day council funding of more than £150 million.