The system for supply and demand of medicine fails to put patients first and is suffering from “inconsistent leadership and a lack of comprehensive, strategic thinking”, a report by MSPs has claimed.
The number of people claiming Universal Credit in the north-east has risen by more than 80% in two months, new statistics show.
The Scottish Government has been urged to step in and provide more support to the oil and gas sector after fuel giant BP announced a cull of thousands of jobs.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman is to be grilled by MSPs on the Scottish Government’s response to coronavirus in care homes.
A north-east MSP has claimed the UK Government's coronavirus testing figures are "misleading", following criticism from Britain's statistics watchdog.
A north-east MSP is calling for increased support for the oil and gas sector amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
A north-east MSP has called on Scotland's local government umbrella organisation to reveal how much coronavirus could cost councils.
A north-east MSP has tabled a parliamentary motion to congratulate a charity on its food deliveries.
The experiences of care home residents are to be assessed by a Holyrood committee scrutinising the Scottish Government’s efforts to tackle the Covid-19 pandemic.
An academic who has been critical of government responses to the coronavirus outbreak is to appear before a Holyrood committee.
A north-east MSP has said it is crucial parliament continues in spite of coronavirus after beginning his new role as deputy presiding officer at Holyrood.
North-east MSP Lewis Macdonald has written to Oil and Gas UK in a call to protect oil industry jobs through Covid-19.
A north-east MSP says he is relishing the task at hand as he begins his new role.
A north-east MSP has been appointed deputy presiding officer of the Scottish Parliament for the duration of the coronavirus outbreak.
A senior politician has called for action after it emerged a north-east superjail’s staff turnover is more than twice the national average.
Frank Finnie, 80, lay undiscovered at Aberdeen Market for two days in June 2018.
Residents are being asked to give their views on health services in the area based on their personal experiences.
A north-east cultural festival has been praised by an MSP after he joined in the celebrations.
A human rights organisation has highlighted failings at a north-east jail.
Politicians from across the political spectrum have praised all those involved in securing the future of the mill.
The Scottish Government has been urged to rethink plans to build a new dual carriageway in the north-east
Issues at Glasgow and Edinburgh hospitals may force Aberdeen contractors ‘back to drawing board’ claims MSP
Contractors bidding to build Aberdeen's new maternity hospital and cancer centre may go “back to the drawing board” after problems in Edinburgh and Glasgow, an MSP claimed today.
New figures have revealed 20% of people in the north-east would be unable to “suddenly afford” to pay for a funeral.
A north-east Labour MSP has been chosen to stand at the next Holyrood election.
A documentary made in Aberdeen urging people to sign the organ donor register has been commended to Holyrood.
The official bill for the AWPR remains at £745 million, the Scottish transport minister has said.
A north-east MSP has called on ministers to protect workers affected by the potential closure of a city dairy plant.
More than £1.5 million has been paid out since October to Universal Credit recipients in Aberdeen at risk of falling into hardship, the Evening Express can reveal.
A north-east MSP has welcomed an announcement that a windfarm developer has awarded an offshore contract to a city-based firm.
Calls have been made to halt a consultation on options for dualling a major north-east road.