The number of full-time staff working at colleges in Scotland fell by 13.5% in just over a decade, according to analysis by Scottish Labour.
Former Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale has successfully defended a defamation case brought by a pro-independence blogger over a claim he wrote homophobic tweets.
Ministers should set a date for bringing in a minimum student income of more than £8,000 a year which could double support for some of the poorest students, Labour has said.
Workers would be able to buy their companies if they are up for sale or facing closure under Labour proposals, with party research suggesting employee-owned firms make more money.
Calls have been made for the housing element of Universal Credit to automatically go to landlords.
The equivalent of one police car a day breaks down while on patrol in Scotland, Scottish Labour has claimed.
The SNP’s Westminster leader has warned Labour that they will pay a price at the ballot box in Scotland if a deal with the Tories increases the risk of a hard Brexit.
Politicians from across the political spectrum have joined together to oppose efforts to legalise assisted suicide in Scotland.
Councils across Scotland should be allowed to establish municipal bus companies, Scottish Labour has suggested.
Scotland’s First Minister has said the SNP will work with others to find a way forward on Brexit after Theresa May’s deal was rejected for the third time.
The group leader of the SNP in Aberdeen has called on the Scottish Labour leader to banish nine suspended councillors from the party “for good”.
Nicola Sturgeon has been urged to bring forward plans to tackle child poverty by Labour’s Richard Leonard.
Richard Leonard has said proposed free bus travel in Scotland would help the country’s poorest people the most.
Hundreds of schoolchildren and students have gathered across the country to demand action over climate change.
The UK is on the precipice of another recession, Kezia Dugdale has said.
The House of Lords should be completely reformed and replaced by a second chamber at Westminster representing nations and regions, a Labour peer has said.
Former Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale has launched a stinging attack on her successor Richard Leonard, just days before the party’s conference.
A former Labour MP reinstated to the party last month following his suspension over comments about the Jewish community is at the centre of a new row over remarks he made online.
Labour slumped to third place in Scottish politics behind the Conservatives because the party “gave up the middle ground”, former prime minister Tony Blair has claimed.
Prosecutors have met the family of a girl who was sexually assaulted by a teenager to explain their decision not to appeal against his sentence.
The case of a teenager who walked free from court after sexually assaulting a six-year-old girl shows sentencing guidelines must be updated as a “matter of urgency”, Labour have said.
A call has been made for NHS payments to a failed clinical waste contractor to be diverted to workers who were let go at Christmas without wages.
Almost 500,000 people in Scotland could get a pay rise of more than £2,600 under Labour proposals, according to a think tank.
A group of suspended Aberdeen councillors are “unlikely” to learn their fate this year, according to a senior Labour politician.
A north-east Labour MSP said he hopes parliamentary colleagues will officially back nine suspended councillors.
An online petition was to be launched today to end the suspension of Aberdeen councillors from their party.
Labour accused of ‘complete lack of leadership’ as fate of nine suspended Aberdeen councillors still hangs in the balance
Today marks one year to the day since nine Aberdeen councillors were suspended from the Scottish Labour Party for entering into a power-sharing pact with the Conservatives.
A call has been made for the Scottish Labour leader to confirm the status of suspended councillors seen marching alongside a party MSP under a Labour banner at the weekend.
A number of AWPR workers have reportedly had to pay £100 to receive their wages following the collapse of Carillion.
Former Aberdeen MP Frank Doran has passed away, aged 68.