MSPs have backed calls to extend the furlough scheme beyond the end of October.
It is an “absolute priority” to increase ethnic minority representation in Police Scotland, as just over 1% of officers are currently from minority backgrounds, MSPs have heard.
A former permanent secretary who worked with Alex Salmond is due to give evidence about the Scottish Government’s handling of harassment allegations against the ex-first minister.
A north-east MSP has urged police chiefs to reward the first officers on the scene of last month's fatal derailment for their bravery.
Holyrood’s Presiding Officer has apologised unreservedly after an error in its new remote system prevented an MSP from being able to vote.
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Holyrood’s Presiding Officer was forced to suspend voting after MSPs said they had no confidence in a new system that allows them to vote remotely.
The new Scottish Child Payment will support 155,000 children after it launches, according to a forecast by the Scottish Fiscal Commission (SFC).
A Scottish Parliament committee has backed a Bill which aims to support the health needs of sexual offence victims.
Sheriffs, newspapers and the BBC are among the latest organisations to raise concerns about the Scottish Government’s proposed new Hate Crime Bill.
A “contentious” Hate Crime Bill will start being considered by MSPs next month, the Scottish Parliament has announced.
Laws to encourage more diverse workplaces and punishments for organisations who fail to improve should be considered, Holyrood’s Equalities Committee has been told.
One new death of a coronavirus patient in Scotland has been recorded in the last 24 hours, the First Minister has announced.
Nicola Sturgeon’s legislative agenda contains lowest number of new Bills under an SNP government since devolution
Nicola Sturgeon's new legislative agenda contains the lowest number of planned Bills under any SNP government since devolution.
The Scottish Government has announced it will implement all the recommendations of a tech review done by one of Scotland’s most well-known entrepreneurs.
Indyref2: Nicola Sturgeon says timetable and question for new independence referendum to be published
The Scottish Government will publish draft legislation for a new independence referendum - including the question and date of the vote - before the end of this parliament, Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
Programme for government: How plans forged in ‘unprecedented’ times were scuppered by an unforeseen crisis
Health, jobs and a wider economic recovery from the shocks of coronavirus are expected to be front and centre when Nicola Sturgeon unveils her latest programme for government.
SNP MSP Sandra White has announced she plans to stand down from Holyrood at the election in May.
A spat erupted at Holyrood when a Tory MSP called the rural economy secretary a “sub-optimal chicken”.
Every reasonable step was taken by the Scottish Government to deliver two ferries which have been hit by delays and overspends, an inquiry has heard.
An inquiry into a ferry project hit with delays and overspends will take its final evidence session on Wednesday.
A north-east MSP has thanked a generous donor who anonymously gifted a six-figure sum to a college campus in his constituency.
New legislation aimed at giving the views of children more weight in the legal system has been approved by the Scottish Parliament.
A new defamation Bill before the Scottish Parliament will improve the clarity of the laws for journalists, MSPs have heard.
MSPs who do not attend Holyrood for six months would be forced to stand down under proposals drawn up by the Scottish Conservatives.
Former health secretary Alex Neil has revealed he is quitting Holyrood at next year’s election.
Environment Secretary Roseanna Cunningham has taken the “difficult decision” to step down from Holyrood.
The Scottish Government has been forced to publish previously secret information on sectarianism in football, according to the Lib Dems.
Anyone living in a household with a factory worker from a food processing plant in Coupar Angus has been told to isolate at home until Monday August 31, NHS Tayside has said.
Further measures to tackle outbreak being ‘urgently considered’ as lockdown easing stalled for another three weeks
Further restrictions may be introduced to tackle a growing Perthshire coronavirus outbreak, Nicola Sturgeon has warned, as she pumped the brakes on Scotland's route out of lockdown for at least another three weeks.