Shipbuilding has a long future on the River Clyde, building on Glasgow’s historic connections to the industry, a Royal Navy commander has said.
A new law making psychological or emotional maltreatment a form of domestic abuse is likely to lead to a rise in cases going to court, Scotland’s top law officer has said.
ScotRail has promised to invest around £18 million to help deliver “significant improvements” to its service, it has been announced.
Natural resources in Scotland have been valued at one-third of the UK’s total by a groundbreaking new study.
The number of EU citizens registered to vote in Scottish Parliament and local government elections is at an all time high, official statistics have revealed.
Charlie Adam insists Scotland’s humiliating defeat to Kazakhstan should not be treated as a “sacking offence”.
Miller: Every Scotland player will know how bad Kazakhstan loss is – but it’s too early for boss change talk
Aberdeen and Scotland legend Willie Miller says it’s not time to hit the panic button, despite the Scots humiliating 3-0 loss to Kazakhstan.
Graeme Shinnie has said he can't see himself getting back in the Scotland side after the national team's nightmare in Astana.
Scotland manager Alex McLeish admits he faces a major challenge getting his inexperienced squad up to speed.
A shortage of skilled workers across Scotland could worsen after Brexit, it has been suggested.
Scotland suffered arguably the worst result in the country’s footballing history as they slumped to a humiliating 3-0 defeat against Kazakhstan on Thursday.
Scotland manager Alex McLeish claimed he was “pretty good at bouncing back” as he brushed off questions over his future in the wake of a 3-0 defeat in Kazakhstan.
Craig Gordon has warned that minnows San Marino will be smelling blood as they look to cause another upset against Scotland on Sunday.
Former Scotland skipper Darren Fletcher has taken a pop at Alex McLeish’s astroturf absentees after the nightmare in Nursultan.
A public interest test for the transfer of significant areas of land would be a “powerful tool” to reform land ownership in Scotland, the Environment Secretary has said.
Scotland suffered one of their most embarrassing defeats as two goals in the opening 10 minutes sent them on their way to a 3-0 defeat in Kazakhstan.
Patrick Harvie has compared new security entrance requirements at Holyrood to “something out of a dystopian nightmare”.
The number of additional support needs teachers in Scotland has fallen by more than 400 since 2010, the Scottish Greens have revealed.
A new policy on sexual harassment has come into force at the Scottish Parliament.
Theresa May must take responsibility “for the mess that the UK is in” after blaming MPs for the Brexit chaos, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
ScotRail is in the “last-chance saloon” over its performance, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Nicola Sturgeon has made clear her determination to tackle far-right extremism in the wake of the terror attack on two New Zealand mosques.
Aberdeen's Graeme Shinnie and Scott McKenna have been confirmed in the Scotland starting line-up to face Kazakhstan in today's Euro 2020 qualifier in Astana (3pm).
The introduction of a ban on smacking children in Ireland was a “lightbulb moment”, a politician behind the move has told MSPs as Scotland considers adopting similar legislation.
Police officers do not all know about dog control legislation introduced by Holyrood almost a decade ago, MSPs have been told.
Aberdeen skipper Graeme Shinnie is delighted to have made a 3,500-mile return to Kazakhstan as he targets a sixth Scotland cap.
Scotland are set to get their European Championship qualifying campaign under way this afternoon against Kazakhstan.
Scott McKenna insists Scotland don’t want to be relying on their play-off back-up to get to Euro 2020.
Prosecutors in Scotland are reportedly investigating retired Stasi agents over the Lockerbie bombing.
Scotland’s councils are dealing with rising demands for care and increasing staff sickness rates while day-to-day funding from the Scottish Government has fallen in real terms over the last six years, a new report has warned.