Plans to encourage the use of heat networks across Scotland have been unanimously backed by the Scottish Parliament.
MSPs have condemned the Scottish Government's decision to end financial support for Bifab without "justifying" it legally.
A new opinion poll has suggested support for Scottish independence is at 56% and the SNP is on course to win a majority in next year’s Scottish Parliament election.
There will be no immediate changes to the current coronavirus restrictions levels across Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has closed the SNP's first virtual conference, promising a second referendum on independence to be held in the "early part" of the next parliament.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will outline changes to the level areas find themselves in today in the Scottish Parliament, but when will it all take place?
Scottish Labour MSP Lewis Macdonald has announced he will be stepping down after 22 years in Holyrood.
Labour MSP for the North East Jenny Marra has announced she will step down at the next election.
Joanna Cherry QC has said Scotland is on a “highway” to independence and will leave the UK at the next “exit” as she pushed for her party to pursue a “Plan B”.
MSPs are seeking assurances that ministers will make “sufficient resources” available to cope with the expected increase in demand for postal voting in next year’s Holyrood election.
Ruth Davidson has accused Nicola Sturgeon of “having something to hide” over the Salmond inquiry.
Decades of underinvestment have left Scotland's ports and manufacturing yards unable to compete internationally for windfarm projects, say experts.
Residents in areas of the north-east have been forced to pay more than £10 million in extra delivery charges this year.
Scotland will become the first country to provide period products for free, following a vote at Holyrood.
Scotland’s Justice Secretary has announced plans to a drop part of the proposed Hate Crime Bill that could have made theatre producers liable for the stirring-up of hatred.
Enforcing Scotland’s coronavirus travel ban is “simply impossible”, according to the head of the independent advisory group overseeing Police Scotland’s use of the emergency powers.
Discharging hospital patients who are infected with coronavirus into care homes has always been allowed in “exceptional circumstances”, Nicola Sturgeon has insisted.
A planned easing of coronavirus restrictions over Christmas will be “slight and careful”, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
There are “no plans” to make a Covid-19 vaccine compulsory in Scotland, Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has said.
The coronavirus pandemic could mean voting in next year’s Holyrood election will take place over two days instead of the usual one, the parliamentary business minister has confirmed.
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has branded a lack of mental health professionals in Police Scotland as “pitiful”.
A fall in the R Number in Scotland indicates the “current tough measures” to tackle coronavirus are working, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Many new Universal Credit claimants during the pandemic are younger homeowners who will suffer an income shock from moving on to the benefit, MSPs have heard.
Sports centre bosses hope an inquiry into the impact of Covid-19 on the sector will lead to funding being awarded to help keep facilities open.
An attempt by the Scottish Greens to declare a “nature emergency” at Holyrood has failed after MSPs instead backed an amendment to deal with “climate change and biodiversity loss on a twin-crises basis”.
Thomas Truby, 10, from Torphins started The Rubbish Club as a way to encourage other young people to take an interest in environmentalism.
The discovery of additional documents that cost the Scottish taxpayer dearly in the Alex Salmond judicial review has been described as "embarrassing" by the country's top lawyer.
Boris Johnson's aides and allies have rushed to downplay reports the prime minister does not believe in the Scottish Parliament or devolution.
People providing social care to adults should be referred to as support workers rather than carers, MSPs have been told.