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Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard clashed with Nicola Sturgeon at First Minister’s Questions on funding for councils in the Scottish Government budget.
Celtic fans have been attacked with batons, riot shields and rubber bullets by police in Valencia, it has been claimed.
Nicola Sturgeon has defended controversial plans to give local councils the power to introduce a workplace parking levy as part of the Scottish Government’s budget.
A woman was upskirted as she stood in the aisle of a train between Glasgow and East Renfrewshire.
Introducing a so-called “latte levy” could raise significant funds for local authorities across Scotland, it has been suggested.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell has said he will not join breakaway pro-EU colleagues in leaving the Conservatives.
Theresa May could be facing “very serious opposition” from the European Union in her bid to reopen the Brexit withdrawal deal, Romania’s ambassador to the UK has said.
The jury in the trial of a 16-year-old boy accused of raping and murdering a six-year-old girl has retired to consider its verdict.
Any deposit return scheme for drinks containers in Scotland must be “easy to use and accessible”, public analysis has suggested.
Two men have been arrested and charged in connection with an assault in Edinburgh in December.
LIVE UPDATES: Flight fans say #FarewellTornado as iconic jets bow out with flypast at Leuchars Station, RAF Tain and RAF Lossiemouth
Flight fans are gathering at air bases across Scotland today to say farewell to the RAF's iconic GR4 Tornados.
A spell of warm weather this weekend is set to bring temperatures in the UK close to the record for February, according to the Met Office.
Police have made a new appeal for information about a father-of-two being shot in the face and stomach, one year on from the targeted attack.
Three people have been taken to hospital following a fire at a house in Lossiemouth.
Black and ethnic minority workers are “chronically under-represented” in Scotland’s public sector, research by the MSP Anas Sarwar has found.
A rule that banned Travellers from using a caravan park has been lifted after it was accepted to be disciminatory.
The Scottish economy could be pushed into recession if the UK leaves the EU without a deal, the country’s top economic adviser has indicated.
Every Tory council leader in Scotland has signed a pledge opposing the introduction of a workplace parking levy.
Leaving the European Union will serve to strengthen devolution within the UK, Scottish Secretary David Mundell is to argue.
The Scottish Government’s tax and spending plans for 2019-20 are to be formally approved by Holyrood on Thursday, thanks to a deal between SNP ministers and Green MSPs.
A pedestrian has died after being hit by a car in Edinburgh.
A new strategy to tackle fuel poverty in Scotland has been backed by MSPs despite concerns the plans “lack ambition.”
Populations of red squirrels in southern Scotland are under threat due to growing numbers of their grey cousins, according to a new survey.
It is no surprise that people are seeking an alternative to “broken, failed Westminster politics”, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Cutting speed limits on residential streets could lead to an increase in road casualties, MSPs have been told.
Children’s charities have welcomed support from organisations across Scotland for a bill that would help to give greater protection to young people.
A campaign to promote reusable sanitary products has been announced by the First Minister as part of moves to protect the marine environment.
A new Tide class tanker has been welcomed by the Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA) after a special dedication ceremony.
A Holyrood committee set up to probe how misconduct allegations against former first minister Alex Salmond were handled has agreed to put its work on hold until the conclusion of a court case against him.
There is a “mountain” of evidence against a teenager accused of abducting, raping and murdering a six-year-old girl, a jury has been told.