An MSP has called on the First Minister to resign if it is found she misled the Scottish Parliament on when she knew about allegations made against her predecessor.
An inquiry into whether Nicola Sturgeon has broken ministerial rules should be widened to investigate claims she misled Holyrood over meetings concerning Alex Salmond, MSPs have said.
Restrictions on parent and baby groups have been relaxed by the Scottish Government after public backlash.
Suicide statistics for Scotland should be published more frequently than once a year, the Scottish Liberal Democrats have said.
Nicola Sturgeon has refused to say if WhatsApp messages that appear to be from her husband backing police action against Alex Salmond are genuine.
SNP MP Margaret Ferrier has been suspended from the party for travelling from Scotland to Westminster after experiencing Covid symptoms then taking the train back after testing positive.
Opposition MSPs have called for the Scottish Government to allow parent and baby groups to go ahead.
An MSP on the Alex Salmond inquiry has said WhatsApp messages appearing to show Nicola Sturgeon’s husband backing police action against the former first minister should be investigated by his committee.
There will be a feeling of deja vu when Scotland’s most senior civil servant, Leslie Evans, returns to the Salmond inquiry, but MSPs are hopeful she will be more forthcoming this time around.
A “quite extraordinary” number of concerns was raised about Scottish Government ministers’ behaviour and officials still have issues with the inappropriate conduct of senior politicians, MSPs have been told.
NHS Scotland warned health chiefs that discharging elderly hospital patients would put pressure on care homes but told them to go ahead with the controversial policy anyway, newly released documents reveal.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said Scotland will receive a share of new coronavirus tests that promise results within 90 minutes – but it is not clear when the testing will be available to Scots.
The Scottish Government has been accused of being "hopelessly underprepared" for the coronavirus pandemic, amid claims it "ignored" key advice on testing years before the outbreak.
The Scottish Government has been accused of ignoring global alerts about asymptomatic carriers spreading Covid-19 when hospital patients were discharged into care homes without tests.
Empty shops on Scotland's high streets could be turned into coronavirus testing centres, as the nation moves into the next phase of tackling the virus.