Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross says it is "arrogant" of First Minister Nicola Sturgeon to brand opponents "infantile" for challenging her government's promises to improve infrastructure in the north and north-east.
Young Scots will not have to pay council tax until they are 21 if the SNP is re-elected to power in May, Finance Secretary Kate Forbes has pledged.
Confidence has been expressed that businesses will be able to cope with further checks set to come in to force as part of the post-Brexit arrangements.
Scotrail has unveiled the next stage of an £8millon revamp of Aberdeen train station.
Transport Secretary Michael Matheson says a review into the future of the A9 dualling programme is "crucial" but has been “misunderstood”.
Spending on healthcare, education, transport and environmental infrastructure over the next five years will exceed £33 billion, the Scottish Government has forecast.
The Scottish Greens have promised to dig deep for votes after proposing billion-pound plans to tunnel under the Firth of Forth.
Frustrated north-east councils will appeal directly to Westminster for cash to improve roads and rail, after SNP ministers in Holyrood snubbed the initiative.
Cyclists descended on a Aberdeen City Council's headquarters to protest over a lack of bike infrastructure.
Alan Donnelly - Scottish Conservatives We want to continue with the Strategic Infrastructure Plan and the City Centre Masterplan which will transform Aberdeen and ensure our economy can continue to thrive.