The Scottish Tories will this week push for an end to prisoner voting in a Holyrood debate.
Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of missing “pivotal” coronavirus talks with Boris Johnson and the other leaders from across the UK to take part in her TV briefings.
The Scottish Government must provide clarity and certainty to Scots in its updated road map for easing coronavirus restrictions, the Conservatives have said.
The Scottish Tories have accused ministers of spinning a report into hospital discharges to care homes, a claim the Health Secretary has branded “nonsense”.
The Scottish Government should form a “catch-up plan” to address the disruption to schooling caused by the pandemic, Conservative leader Douglas Ross has said.
Another poll has shown a majority of Scots support independence – while also revealing an increase in the number of people who believe the SNP is divided.
The Scottish Parliament has voted narrowly to extend business rates relief for newspapers, despite the SNP opposing a Conservative motion calling for the support to continue into the next financial year.
Scotland risks being the only European country not to offer a coronavirus support package for its independent news publishers.
Spending on healthcare, education, transport and environmental infrastructure over the next five years will exceed £33 billion, the Scottish Government has forecast.
The Scottish Government's refusal to accept responsibility for the "catastrophic failure" that is the islands ferry debacle is "shocking", say opposition parties.
North East MSP Liam Kerr has accused First Minister Nicola Sturgeon of giving Aberdeen a "slap in the face" after he asked a question on the city's retail future.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has again defended the Scottish Government's speed of the vaccine roll-out, following another "fall" in the Sunday rate.
The Scottish Parliament has backed the idea of planning another independence referendum despite accusations it is “reckless and damaging” to do so during the coronavirus pandemic.
Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross has said there are similarities between his job and officiating at football matches – saying he receives an “awful lot of flak” in both roles.
"Childish game play" over vaccine dose numbers is not helping the country's battle against the coronavirus, it has been warned.
The news at the start of the week that mainland Scotland was going into a second lockdown was difficult to hear.
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Aberdeen had the highest rate of malicious calls to the fire service in Scotland last year, with almost 7% of reports found to be hoaxes.
The Scottish Parliament has voted against giving consent to the UK-EU trade bill, hours after it was approved in Westminster.
At its best, Wednesday's recall resembled a second-rate pantomime performed with the grace of a school rugby team looking for something to tide them over until the end of term.
The number of patients admitted to north-east hospitals after taking ill with illegal prescription drugs is on a “troubling trajectory”, it has been claimed.
Scotland has received a “Union boost” worth the equivalent of £1,500 per person for efforts to tackle coronavirus, the Tories have claimed.
Emergency crews dealt with fires in 150 north-east homes this year with no smoke alarm.
Further support for north-east school staff has been called for after it emerged hundreds of teachers have been the victims of attacks in school.
Health board vaccine delivery plans should be published to prevent a “postcode lottery” from developing, according to the Scottish Conservatives.
Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross has sent a second letter in as many months to Prime Minister Boris Johnson to ask for an increase in seasonal workers.
The investigation into the delayed construction of ferries set to serve the Western Isles that went over budget by almost £100 million has dubbed the fiasco a "catastrophic failure".
Investigations into deaths in police custody should be completed within a year, says a leading police complaints investigator.
The leader of the Scottish Conservatives today hailed Aberdeen's Labour councillors and called on Scottish Labour to work together with the Tories party to create a "Unionist coalition".
The publication of weekly vaccine data once the programme is under way is vital, according to the Scottish Tories.