The Scottish Labour leader has lamented his party’s “devastating” election results, putting the defeat down to constitutional issues rather than shifting blame to Jeremy Corbyn.
A north-east MSP has praised the decision to film a number of television programmes in the region.
Residents are being asked to give their views on health services in the area based on their personal experiences.
Alex Salmond has said he will “vigorously” defend his position after pleading not guilty to offences against 10 women.
A north-east film director has had his prestigious Scottish Bafta award win recognised in the Scottish Parliament.
A public inquiry has been announced into the death of a man in police custody.
A team of daredevils have been hailed by a local politician for their eco-friendly winning performance.
Former Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has said she conducted “due diligence” before taking on a paid job with a lobbying firm.
A decision on whether to recall the Scottish Parliament has been deferred after Boris Johnson was forced to put his plans to leave the EU on October 31 on hold.
The Scottish Parliament could be recalled from recess early to debate giving consent for a new Brexit deal.
Ruth Davidson has said she is “hugely interested” in taking on aid and development work once she leaves politics in Scotland.
Tony Blair has warned that fighting a general election on the issue of Brexit is a “vast elephant trap” that could allow Boris Johnson to claim a mandate for leaving without a deal.
The SNP’s Westminster leader has appeared to suggest his party would only help Labour form a government in return for support for a Scottish independence referendum.
The official opening of a new Men’s Shed premises has been marked in the Scottish Parliament.
Scotland has become the first country in the UK to ban parents and carers from smacking children.
Smacking children could be made illegal in Scotland today if MSPs vote to change the law to ban their physical punishment.
A UK Government Minister for Brexit has been called “extremely disrespectful” after cancelling an appearance before a Scottish Parliament committee “at the last minute”.
A Holyrood committee is demanding “clarificiation” from the Scottish Government over why details of a legal payout to former first minister Alex Salmond have not been put online.
Artwork by Aberdeen students has been put on display at the Scottish Parliament.
An app designed to help disabled people with personalised assistance at venues has been launched at the Scottish Parliament.
The Aberdeen man behind a suicide prevention group has been invited to speak at an event in the Scottish Parliament.
A north-east man who started a campaign to make it easier for people to save lives has received support from across the political spectrum.
Aberdeen City Council’s co-leader has been accused of seeking to walk away from his role after announcing he is to stand in the Scottish Parliament election.
First Minster's Questions have got under way - you can watch live footage of today's session from the Scottish Parliament below.
The triumph of a north-east football team has been heralded in the Scottish Parliament.
North-east politicians have hailed some of the Scottish Parliament’s achievements over the last two decades.
Today marks 20 years since Scotland voted to form its own Parliament. Three north-east politicians take a look back at that momentous day two decades ago when they were first elected as MSPs
Holyrood’s method of electing MSPs needs to be reformed as part of a series of measures to revitalise devolution in the run-up to the Scottish Parliament’s 20th anniversary, former first minister Lord McConnell said.
A change in the law to boost organ donation is a step closer – but a senior politician believes there could be a “scandal” without careful wording.
The Scottish Government is on track to exceed a target to make Aberdeen greener by next year, a senior politician has claimed.