Scotland is ahead of England in terms of tackling the issue of single-use plastics, one of two big problems facing the planet, according to an award-winning wildlife cameraman.
The Aberdeen family of a four-month-old baby living with cystic fibrosis today said newly approved drugs will be “life-changing”.
Hundreds of cystic fibrosis sufferers in Scotland will be able to get drugs which can help extend their life, after a deal on costs was reached.
There is no commercial relationship between the Scottish Government-owned Prestwick Airport and the Trump Turnberry resort owned by the US president, Scotland’s Transport Secretary has told MSPs.
The Scottish Government is on the lookout for members of the public to take part in a paid focus group on climate change.
The new rule means anyone who kills or badly injures a police dog could be jailed or fined.
The Scottish Government has pledged more than half a million pounds to tackle period poverty following a successful pilot in Aberdeen.
Addressing inequality and tackling climate changes are central to Nicola Sturgeon’s new legislative plan covering the next 12 months.
Campaigner have hit out over dualling plans for the A96 amid fears more traffic will use the road, increasing air pollution.
Aberdeen leaders have prepared an emergency motion in a bid to scrap planned changes to city bus routes.
A pilot project is to take place to prepare the north-east's nursery staff for sweeping changes to early years care.
A project to build the world’s “most powerful” floating tidal turbine has been awarded £3.4 million of Scottish Government funding.
Alister Jack has said there is an “historic opportunity” for Scotland in Brexit as he affirmed his support for Boris Johnson.
A north-east MSP has waded into the debate over Aberdeen’s controversial “garden tax” which will begin next month.
Childcare providers in a north-east council have been given more funding to deliver the Scottish Government’s expansion of free hours for children.
Funding of £1 million will be used to improve rural roads that are affected by impacts of timber lorries.
Calls have been made for a parliamentary inquiry after Fergusons shipyard bosses served notice of their intent to put the yard into administration.
Fergusons shipyard is facing a renewed threat of administration just years after the firm behind the site previously began the same process.
A north-east MSP has written to the Transport Secretary calling on him to consider reopening a rail line in the region.
The number of self-harm incidents at a north-east super-prison has skyrocketed, prompting calls for action amid a “state of emergency” in Scottish jails.
The fate of a former north-east school could be decided next month.
Women interested in becoming involved in politics have been invited to attend a free event in the north-east.
An MSP has backed plans to review the Scottish Breast Screening Programme.
Figures show the number of people being convicted of domestic abuse in the city has steadied – though a charity says statistics for this year will show if a new law is working.
The new nursery, near Cummings Park Community Centre will help the council meet Scottish Government’s targets to double the amount of free hours available for eligible two-year-olds and all four-year-olds from 600 to 1,140 hours by next year.
The number of people awarded crisis grants in the city has risen by 9%, new figures have revealed.
A new study from Aberdeen University could offer hope to couples struggling to have a much longed for child.
Nicola Sturgeon is reviewing the timetable for a possible second vote on Scottish independence, Boris Johnson was warned as the SNP Westminster leader branded him the “last prime minister of the UK”.
Nicola Sturgeon has written to the new Prime Minister saying it is now “essential” Scotland has an alternative option to his Brexit plan.
About half of the UK’s young drinkers are unaware of health messages or warnings on alcohol packaging, according to new research.