Tory candidate Stephen Kerr has described a hung parliament as a “nightmare scenario” for the UK.
The Transport (Scotland) Bill passed its third and final stage in Holyrood last Thursday.
An Aberdeen campaigner has welcomed new laws banning parking on pavements across the country.
The SNP’s Westminster leader has appeared to suggest his party would only help Labour form a government in return for support for a Scottish independence referendum.
A UK Government Minister for Brexit has been called “extremely disrespectful” after cancelling an appearance before a Scottish Parliament committee “at the last minute”.
A north-east politician has tabled a motion in Parliament marking the successful buyout of an Aberdeen paper mill.
A north-east MSP has warned prisons are not getting the resources they need to operate.
A north-east Labour MSP has been chosen to stand at the next Holyrood election.
The scheme – similar to those in Paris, Barcelona and New York – would mean tourists would pay an additional £1 a night for hotel stays, with the money going to the local authority to help promote Aberdeen.
An app designed to help disabled people with personalised assistance at venues has been launched at the Scottish Parliament.
School extensions are being built and other improvements carried out by councils working to meet “ambitious” new childcare targets.
Aberdeen City Council’s co-leader has been accused of seeking to walk away from his role after announcing he is to stand in the Scottish Parliament election.
Plans for council-run bus services in Aberdeen have moved a step closer following support from MSPs.
A senior politician wants prison officers at a north-east superjail to wear body cameras in a bid to tackle violence.
Plans to build £150 million of housing in the north-east have been unveiled.
The roll-out of faster internet speeds will allow the city to be among the world’s best for digital, an MSP has said.
Nicola Sturgeon will push ahead with plans for a second Scottish independence referendum within the next two years if the UK quits the European Union.
Scots should be given the opportunity to vote again on independence before the next Holyrood elections in 2021, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Too few workers in Scotland are earning the Living Wage, despite uptake in the scheme being higher than in other parts of the UK, MSPs have heard.
A north-east MSP has opened a new affordable housing project.
The Scottish Government has rejected calls for a public inquiry into North Sea helicopter safety.
The transport secretary has insisted he “will not be held over a barrel” by Aberdeen bypass contractors.
Aberdeen council leaders want powers to be devolved to local government in a bid to tackle budget cuts.
The new Mary Queen Of Scots movie offers a great opportunity for Scotland’s tourism sector, the Culture Secretary has said.
Money raised from a proposed tourist tax could be ring-fenced to help promote the city, according to claims from the co-leader of Aberdeen City Council.
North-east residents were today facing a 3% rise in their council tax bills as it emerged cuts could be made to frontline services.
The Finance Secretary has been asked to give Aberdeen an extra £20 million in a bid to help struggling businesses stay afloat.
A senior politician has pledged to boost Scotland’s fishing sector.
A major section of the Aberdeen bypass will open next week.
Conservationists are planning to contact the government over the harassment of seals.