Employers are being urged to sign up to an initiative encouraging their workforce to walk a mile a day to improve their health.
A decision not to locate Scotland’s new social security agency in the North-east has led to claims the Scottish Government has “failed Aberdeen again”.
Economists are to face off over Scottish Government statistics described as "crap" by one academic.
The decision over Catalonia's future is a "matter for the people who live there", the Scottish Government has said as the row continues over plans for an independence referendum in the Spanish region.
A new programme offering "returnship" placements in the financial sector is urging women finishing a career break to apply.
The Scottish Greens have said they hope the "end is in sight" in their long-running campaign to ban fracking.
Tories have challenged Holyrood ministers to "walk the walk and get results" for more locally sourced food to be served up in Scotland's schools and hospitals.
Nicola Sturgeon has accused Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson of having "lost the plot" after the Tory claimed Scotland's "crippling" teacher shortage was being worsened by government bureaucracy.
Had not Donald Dewar pestered the life out of Tony Blair, a devolved Scottish Parliament might never have materialised.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of believing the oil and gas downturn is “already over”.
The number of local government employees in Scotland has fallen by more than 1,000 in a year, new figures show.
Deaths from Alzheimer's disease have risen by a third in the last year, with campaigners warning the "alarming" increase is placing a "heavy strain" on the NHS and care services.
Finding teachers for maths classes is "more difficult", Edinburgh council chiefs have admitted after a secondary school in the capital asked parents for "support" in this area.
Almost a quarter (23%) of Scottish manufacturers have lost or are at risk of losing staff due to Brexit, according to a new study.
The UK Government is deliberately using Brexit as a "cover" for stripping away powers from Holyrood and the other devolved administrations, Scotland's Brexit Minister Mike Russell has claimed.
The financial position at Scotland's colleges is "unsustainable", an industry body has warned.
Nurseries and other childcare providers will "likely" recruit new staff from other parts of the care sector as the industry expands in a bid to meet a flagship Scottish Government target, a new report has warned.
Motorists could be forced to stump up £20 to drive through parts of Aberdeen if an idea for establishing a low-emission driving zone in the city becomes reality.
Members of the public have been urged to give their views on creating a blanket standard for fire and smoke alarms across all homes in Scotland.
Aberdeen City Council will need to make changes or risk falling 2.9 million hours short for funded childcare places by 2020.
Nicola Sturgeon has failed to rule out using Holyrood's new powers to raise the basic rate of income tax - with Tory Ruth Davidson warning low and middle income Scotland that the First Minister is "coming for your pay cheque".
Plans to effectively abolish prison sentences of less than a year could see convicted killers escape jail, as well as others who have committed serious assaults and sexual offences, the Scottish Conservatives have claimed.
The leader of Dundee City Council has been appointed chair of the Scottish Cities Alliance.
Scotland's drive towards greener motoring is being backed by a new £60 million innovation fund, Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
About 10,000 local school pupils and community group members have walked across the Queensferry Crossing in the last event before it permanently opens to traffic.
The Scottish Government has come under fire over its "scandalous" mental health care services for young people, as new figures showed in one part of Scotland almost two thirds of children and adolescents have to wait longer than the target time to get help.
Nicola Sturgeon has unveiled "bold and ambitious" plans for the coming year aimed at making Scotland fairer, greener and more prosperous.
Dozens of organisations have signed a letter calling on Scotland's political leaders to "urgently scale up" action to tackle poverty.
A man who threatened to put intimate footage of a former partner online has become the first person to be convicted in Scotland under new tougher legislation.
Holyrood's four opposition parties have united in a bid to force the Scottish Government to take tougher action on fuel poverty.