First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has closed the SNP's first virtual conference, promising a second referendum on independence to be held in the "early part" of the next parliament.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon brought the SNP's 86th annual conference to a close on Monday without the usual rapturous applause.
The SNP’s soft-touch and chaotic approach to the justice system has failed victims of crime for years.
Scotland faces losing a generation of lawyers capable of defending people accused of crime, it has been warned.
Aberdeenshire will not immediately be placed into further restrictive measures despite 78 new coronavirus cases being recorded in less than a day, the first minister has said.
The government cannot make any guarantees public transport will not be overwhelmed this Christmas as coronavirus restrictions are relaxed for five days.
Money for Moray and Tay Cities region growth deals will be handed out over a 10-year period, it has been agreed.
Both the Scottish and UK governments will offer no further support for the BiFab yards, in what has been described as a "devastating blow" for workers.
Decades of underinvestment have left Scotland's ports and manufacturing yards unable to compete internationally for windfarm projects, say experts.
Scotland will become the first country to provide period products for free, following a vote at Holyrood.
Scottish Hogmanay has effectively been cancelled, after the First Minister admitted it will not be given special exemption from coronavirus restrictions this festive period.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson thanked First Minister Nicola Sturgeon for the work their governments had done in tackling coronavirus before claiming the SNP had made a "disaster" of devolution.
President-elect Joe Biden is expected to visit Glasgow next year, the Scottish Conservatives have said.
Civil servant time should not be taken up organising another referendum, Scottish Labour's new constitution spokesperson has said.
The Scottish Government has defended its policy on schools and the shut-down of hospitality during the second wave of the pandemic.
These are dangerous times for the Union.
The discovery of additional documents that cost the Scottish taxpayer dearly in the Alex Salmond judicial review has been described as "embarrassing" by the country's top lawyer.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said she would not rule out "hyper-localised" lockdowns in future but admitted it would be difficult to maintain.
Rules on the sale of alcohol in pubs could be reviewed if social distancing measures are repeatedly breached, Deputy First Minister John Swinney has warned.
Week after week for months, I implored the First Minister to introduce the mass testing of asymptomatic students to try to prevent outbreaks in university towns when students returned to study and, week after week, I was told it was being "considered".
Wednesday was a significant day for Scottish farmers as the UK Government’s landmark Agriculture Act received Royal Assent.
The coronavirus outbreak created a "paradigm shift" in Scotland's prisons, inspectors have said.
All students returning home from university for Christmas will be offered a new "30-minute" test for coronavirus before travelling, but no plans have been confirmed for their New Year return.
Fife, Angus and Perth and Kinross Council areas will move into level three coronavirus restrictions this Friday, after a dramatic increase in cases.
Despite travel between protection levels being discouraged, those who do will still not be fined or prosecuted.
A new poll suggests the SNP will win the 2021 Scottish election with a "commanding lead".
More than half of Scotland's engineering firms are not ready for leaving the EU on January 1 2021, the industry body has warned.
Pubs and restaurants will not have to pass test and trace details to councils or police if they accept visitors from "banned" tier levels.
Swathes of north east Scotland could be forced into near-lockdown measures regardless of the number of cases it records, the First Minister has admitted.
UK government immigration restrictions must be relaxed to allow more foreign labour to help on Scotland's farms, Douglas Ross is urging Westminster colleagues.