Overseas tourism to Scotland rose by 10% in a year while the number of European tourists jumped 19%, according to new figures.
An inquiry must be held as “a matter of urgency” after EU citizens living in the UK were denied the chance to vote in the European Parliament election, according to Mike Russell.
The number of citizens from outside the UK living in Scotland has remained broadly stable in the past year, according to official figures.
Payments of up to £100,000 are being offered to council workers in a long-running equal pay row.
Thousands of schoolchildren across Scotland have taken part in another day of strikes to demand urgent action to tackle climate change.
A teenager will appear in court in connection with the rape of a woman in Fife earlier this year.
It is “deeply concerning” a “hardline Brexiteer” could become the next Prime Minister and threaten a no-deal exit from the EU, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Tory leadership favourite Boris Johnson realises he faces a “challenge” in winning over voters north of the border, a Scottish Conservative has said.
Derek Mackay will be a keynote speaker at a day celebrating research at Glasgow Caledonian University.
Pupils across Scotland will once again demand urgent action to tackle climate change in the second global school strike.
The Scottish Government needs to take urgent action to stop the equivalent of a classroom of children a day from falling into poverty.
The polls have closed after people cast their votes to elect Scotland’s six MEPs, with candidates now facing a wait until Monday to discover the final results.
Centralisation of Scotland’s police and fire services has failed to deliver the savings and improved services it promised, according to a Scottish Liberal Democrat MSP.
Scots are going to the polls to elect the country’s six MEPs, with party leaders amongst those turning out to vote.
A yacht with one person on board has been found more than 24 hours after it was reported overdue.
As voters go to the polls to elect Scotland’s new MEPs, police will deploy extra officers in case of any disturbances.
The European elections should never have taken place – but now that they are it is no surprise they are all about Brexit.
Domestic tourists to and from Scotland are helping to boost the number of “staycations” being taken around the Britain, according to a new report.
The Scottish Government will do everything in its power to ensure businesses in the renewables sector flourish in Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Nicola Sturgeon has accused Ruth Davidson of transforming into an “arch-Brexiteer” as the Scottish Conservative leader is “cosying up to Boris Johnson”.
A bereaved father has called for a full inquiry to be carried out after his son was stabbed to death while his attacker was “unlawfully at large” on a home detention curfew.
House prices in Scotland have risen by 3.3% year-on-year, according to new figures.
Aviation industry representatives and tourism organisations have jointly requested an urgent meeting with Nicola Sturgeon after the Scottish Government’s U-turn on a new air departure tax.
The UK Government must recognise the damage caused by austerity and change course on policies that are causing poverty and inequality to rise, the Scottish Government has said.
Legislation to prevent homeless households with pregnant women or children being put up in temporary accommodation for more than a week could be extended.
A hen harrier has disappeared in the Cairngorms National Park.
Police Scotland is spending more than £300,000 a week on extra officers who have been taken on to help the force prepare for Brexit, the chief constable has revealed.
Strong political leadership will be key if Scottish councils choose to introduce a workplace parking levy, MSPs have been told.
Ruth Davidson has said she fears a second EU referendum could set a precedent in Scotland.
The Church of Scotland plays a “vital” role in national life, Nicola Sturgeon has said.