Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross says it is "arrogant" of First Minister Nicola Sturgeon to brand opponents "infantile" for challenging her government's promises to improve infrastructure in the north and north-east.
Deputy First Minister John Swinney says a second Scottish independence referendum could be held when the country begins to see "signs of recovery" from the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Scottish Conservatives have launched infrastructure plans to improve several key routes across Scotland including the A90, A96 and to build a new road to bypass the A83 Rest and Be Thankful.
Scottish Conservative candidate Harriet Cross claims the SNP "don't have a plan for bringing Aberdeen forward", despite the city facing a "huge hole" in employment.
Election Hub Live: SNP’s Jenny Gilruth commits to ‘greater coherence’ on international aid and development goals, if re-elected
International development secretary Jenny Gilruth says the Scottish Government will look again at tying Scotland's modest aid budget with development goals around better health and education opportunities for women and girls.
Scottish Labour leader Anas Sarwar says that he wants the suspended councillors known as the Aberdeen Nine to be readmitted to the party.
Holyrood candidate Fatima Joji has shared her experiences of fasting during Ramadan while pounding the streets on the election campaign.
Karen Adam never sought to pursue a career in elected politics but a marriage breakdown and the Scottish independence referendum would prove to be a "turning point" in her life.
The Scottish election campaign was suspended on Friday as a mark of respect after the death of the Duke of Edinburgh and following another busy week for the country's political parties.
SNP MP Stephen Flynn has described remarks made by Scottish Conservative candidate Douglas Lumsden over Brexit as "appalling".
New poll puts SNP on course for majority in Scottish election with Alba Party unlikely to win single seat
The creation of the Alba Party has not dented the SNP vote, according to the second of two polls released on Thursday.
The SNP could narrowly miss out on a majority at Holyrood due to voters choosing Alex Salmond's Alba Party, new polling suggests.
‘A real battle’: Aberdeenshire mum calls for support for children too sick with long Covid to return to school
The mum of an eight-year-old girl who has been too sick to return to school one year since catching coronavirus has joined calls for the Scottish Government to provide more support to youngsters with long Covid.
Baroness Helena Kennedy would like social media bosses to appear before her inquiry into the misogyny faced by women in Scotland.
Scottish Secretary Alister Jack has backed Andrew Bowie's calls for a national review of "do not resuscitate" decisions taken at the start of the pandemic.
The Scottish Conservatives have revealed new plans to support the fishing industry ahead of the Holyrood election but they have been accused of having a "brass neck" by opponents.
Alex Salmond claims he is willing to "put the past behind him" and work with former ally Nicola Sturgeon, amid the backdrop of two MPs quitting the SNP to join the newly-formed Alba Party.
Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross said "nothing is off the table" when it comes to his offer to work with pro-unionist parties in Scotland despite their refusal to do so.
The national outpouring of "anger and fear" among women and girls over the harassment and violence they face has prompted Scotland's main political parties to commit to action ahead of May's Holyrood election.
Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross has launched his party's manifesto by urging voters to 'rediscover the Better Together spirit'.
The Scottish Government will be engaging with John Lewis over plans to close its Aberdeen store, the first minister has confirmed.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has pledged to establish a statutory public inquiry if her government is returned in May's Holyrood election.
The first minister says she is "confident" of winning a no confidence vote in the Scottish Parliament on Tuesday, after an independent inquiry found she had not breached the ministerial code.
The judgement of James Hamilton has the ability to shape the political future of First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
"I don't think there's anything controversial about trying to make parliament more inclusive," Fatima Joji says.
A veteran SNP politician says he considers the hate crime proposals to be "one of the most pernicious and dangerous pieces of legislation ever produced by any government in modern times in any part of the United Kingdom".
MSPs have voted in favour of controversial hate crime legislation, which critics claim marks a "dark day for freedom of expression in Scotland".
North-east MSP Liam Kerr has pressed the Scottish Government to come up with an initiative to safeguard jobs after Tui announced it was to axe more than half of its city flights.
Nicola Sturgeon has announced she will have further discussions with football authorities and with "certain football clubs" to avoid any repeat of scenes where thousands of Rangers fans gathered to celebrate their team's league victory.
It’s an understatement to say the Scottish Hate Crime Bill has been the subject of significant controversy.