Nicola Sturgeon has called on the UK Government to engage with proposals for a separate Scottish visa system aimed at tackling the country’s post-Brexit needs.
Six companies are to share £170,000 of government funding to help tackle the global climate emergency using artificial intelligence (AI).
The five people suspected of having coronavirus in Scotland have tested negative, the Scottish Government has said.
A north-east MSP said it is “unacceptable” that councils are being forced to dip into their reserves to balance the books.
Five people are being tested for suspected coronavirus in Scotland, according to the Scottish Government.
North-east MSPs have welcomed new legislation protecting child witnesses in serious criminal cases.
ScotRail has racked up more than £3.3 million in fines last year.
Legal advice commissioned by a pro-independence group has suggested there are “good arguments” to be made for holding a second referendum without UK Government approval.
Scottish Government officials are set to visit Aberdeen later this month as part of a consultation on future housing plans.
Students living alone with no family help need more support from the Scottish Government and universities according to an Aberdeenshire MSP.
Focus groups will be set up to discuss upcoming changes to early learning and childcare services in Aberdeen.
Local authorities will be forced to “set council tax rates blind” due to the delay with the UK Budget, a city councillor claimed today.
The relationship between Holyrood and Westminster is at a “low ebb” and has deteriorated since Boris Johnson’s election victory, Scotland’s Constitutional Relations Secretary has said.
The Scottish Parliament has been urged to reject the UK Government’s Withdrawal Agreement.
The Scottish Government’s transport body has insisted it is committed to ensuring a fair deal for rail passengers across the region following an increase in fares.
Homeowners are being asked for their opinions on how to make their homes warmer and greener.
A hike in rail fares has been described as a “kick in the teeth” for north-east passengers.
A job start policy has been slated for welcoming just 152 pupils across Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire over four years.
NHS Grampian's finance chief today claimed the board is “confident” of meeting a key Scottish Government target by the end of next year for children and young people requiring mental health support.
Dog-walkers have been warned to keep their pets under control in the countryside as more than 240 sheep-worrying incidents have been reported to the police over the last five years.
Scotland’s First Minister has said the mandate for a new independence referendum is unarguable as she stakes her claim for the transfer of powers needed to hold another vote.
Abellio is to have its ScotRail contract terminated early.
NHS Grampian’s finance boss has admitted the health board’s “single biggest challenge” is their continued use of agency and locum staff.
Nicola Sturgeon has called for a “coming together” of political parties in the Scottish Parliament to deliver a second independence referendum.
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde has instructed legal action be taken against a private contractor involved in building the crisis-hit Queen Elizabeth University Hospital (QEUH).
Nicola Sturgeon is to welcome the SNP’s new raft of MPs in Dundee following their “watershed” General Election win – and hours after discussing a second independence referendum with the Prime Minister.
Boris Johnson has reiterated his opposition to a second vote on Scottish independence during a call with Nicola Sturgeon, despite her saying it is now a “democratic right”.
The Scottish Government’s transport minister has been urged to intervene in a row over seat reservations on north-east trains.
A campaigner against the dualling of a major north-east road today said he is “delighted” councillors have agreed to refer a petition to the Scottish Government.
A lack of consistency in reporting on obesity across the UK has created a postcode lottery for patient care, according to a new study.