Billionaires could be banned from buying up Scottish estates under radical proposals to give land back to the people.
The Scottish Government has insisted that a high-profile Highland spaceport project will be a “commercial” operation rather than military.
Spaceport developers in the Highlands and Islands were left surprised by Boris Johnson’s proposal to create a new “RAF Space Command”, it is understood.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has guaranteed the future of The Black Watch and vowed to deliver new shipbuilding jobs and investment to Scotland.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said he will consider bringing his Cabinet to Inverness next year to mark the centenary of a historic summit in the Highland capital.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has ruled out axing The Black Watch battalion.
Douglas Ross has paved the way for a new battle over business rates by ordering his party to perform a U-turn on a controversial revaluation delay.
One of my earliest and clearest memories is as a seven-year-old, going out with all of my primary school to watch the Gordon Highlanders parade through Inverurie.
A Scottish Conservative MP has warned that axing The Black Watch would sever the local links that ensure Britain boasts the "best army in the world".
Military chiefs are facing an angry backlash after they refused to deny they were planning to axe historic Scottish battalions – including The Black Watch.
Scottish prosecutors have been asked to make “immediate” contact with Joe Biden’s office to try to uncover the truth about the CIA’s “torture flights”.
A decision will be made by mid-February on whether Higher and Advanced Higher exams will take place next year.
Ex-minister Mark McDonald was "thrown under a bus" to justify the creation of a Scottish Government policy that would snare Alex Salmond, it has been claimed.
An attempt by MSPs to obtain material related to Alex Salmond’s criminal trial has been rejected by prosecutors.
Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross will argue today that protecting oil and gas jobs should be prioritised over climate change targets.
The Scottish Government has been urged to find a “workable solution” that would end the ban on amateur football matches.
Joe Biden’s election victory in the US could offer a glimmer of hope that the truth about CIA “torture flights” to Scottish airports might finally be revealed.
Nicola Sturgeon should spearhead a new taskforce to turbocharge the drive towards a “green recovery” from the pandemic, a group of MSPs has said.
Scots could face fines for crossing council boundaries in Scotland, after the nation recorded its highest daily death toll from coronavirus since May.
Nicola Sturgeon has warned that the integrity US democracy is at stake as the country enters a "crucial" few hours and days.
Police have warned it is “unrealistic and impractical” to expect officers to board North Sea vessels to enforce fishing rules after the Brexit transition.
A new system of rules is poised to be introduced in Scotland to try to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
Police investigators ‘spending hours’ grilling staff over Scottish coronavirus-linked care home deaths
Police are spending hours grilling exhausted staff as part of an extensive investigation into all coronavirus-linked care home deaths in Scotland, it has been claimed.
Billions of pounds of extra funding have been pledged to help businesses survive the winter – but the Scottish Government warned that local firms are being "kept in the dark" about their future.
The Scottish Government has been urged to publish its pandemic projections after families across the nation were told to prepare for a "digital Christmas".
A blunder by officials led to a company being given permission to use the Scottish Government’s official logo on controversial fire alarm leaflets.
Council chiefs have warned the pandemic has left costs spiralling across the board and has “blown away” their ability to balance the books.
Nicola Sturgeon has been urged by a former adviser to release all secret Salmond inquiry evidence or risk derailing the SNP's independence drive – even if it means people losing their jobs.
Ken Macintosh fears a looming exodus of veteran MSPs will cement the domination of partisan politics in a parliament that was designed to be different.
Student leaders from Orkney have told MSPs about their generation's struggle to find work or government support during the pandemic this summer.