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The Chancellor’s Budget must provide adequate funding and respect devolution, Scotland’s Finance Secretary has said.
Artist Andrew Black has won this year’s £15,000 prize for the Margaret Tait Award.
Nicola Sturgeon is poised to testify today as the final witness in the Holyrood inquiry into the government's handling of harassment allegations against Alex Salmond.
Calls have been made for First Minister Nicola Sturgeon to resign following submissions to the committee running the rule over the Alex Salmond inquiry into alleged sexual harassment.
Holyrood has unanimously passed reforms of defamation law after MSPs were told current legislation for this was “no longer fit for purpose”.
Passengers who flew up to Scotland with three travellers later found to have a new strain of coronavirus are being urged to call contact tracers.
Lockdown end ‘firmly in sight’ as all secondary school pupils set to return part or full-time on March 15
Nicola Sturgeon urged caution at Holyrood today as she announced all secondary pupils will return to school on a part or full-time basis from March 15.
A possible dip in coronavirus vaccine supplies next week will not affect the government’s targets for the programme, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Scotland’s most senior law officer has refused to say whether allegations that the Scottish Government failed to hand over evidence as demanded by a search warrant would be a criminal offence.
A petition calling for an independent inquiry into the case of the Lockerbie bomber will be continued, with the next Scottish Parliament now set to consider the matter.
A body found in East Ayshire has been identified as that of a man who has been missing for more than two months.
Cocaine use in Scotland has soared in the past five years, new figures show, while heroin has seen a sustained fall.
A system of vaccine passports could ultimately allow the return of international travel, MSPs have been told, while some countries are already requiring vaccination “green passes” for entertainment venues.
Most sports gamblers reduced their bets during the first coronavirus lockdown but a third gambled more frequently, according to new research.
More than 1,500 children had been waiting a year or more for specialist help with mental health problems by the end of 2020 – with the total having increased by almost 165% in 12 months.
John Swinney has admitted the legal advice he will release today shows that "reservations" were raised with the Scottish Government about the Alex Salmond civil case.
John Swinney had admitted the legal advice reveals concerns about the unlawful investigation of Alex Salmond but claimed there were “good public policy grounds” to not concede the case for another three months.
More than five million Brits have been unable to pay their essential bills since the Covid pandemic began.
The under-pressure head of the Crown Office has defended the way it has handled Alex Salmond's inquiry evidence as a "vindication of democracy".
Scotland’s Lord Advocate is due to reappear before a Holyrood inquiry to face questions about the Crown Office’s controversial intervention in redacting Alex Salmond’s evidence and the apparent breach of a court order about releasing evidence.
A doctor’s organisation has said that serious consideration should be given to decriminalising drug use to help tackle the “national emergency” of drug-related deaths in Scotland.
John Swinney has been forced by opposition MSPs to reveal the Scottish Government's legal advice during the Alex Salmond civil case it lost.
The Scottish Government says its proposals for two “green port” areas north of the border must have access to the same start-up funding as the free ports set to arrive in England this year.
New Scottish Labour leader Anas Sarwar has announced his frontbench team as he aims to stop the SNP from winning a majority in May’s Holyrood election.
A council leader was among those getting tested for Covid-19 at a new asymptomatic testing centre set up at Scotland’s largest mosque.
Rail passengers who dodge buying a ticket because there are fewer staff on trains during the coronavirus pandemic are being warned they will be caught.
A further 29 cases of coronavirus have been recorded in the north of Scotland in the last 24 hours.
The post-Brexit replacement for the European Arrest Warrant is facing multiple legal challenges, Police Scotland has said.
The Brazilian Covid variant was flown into Aberdeen a month ago, the Scottish Government confirmed.
The SNP could win a narrow majority of seats after the Scottish Parliament elections, a poll suggests.