Here are some of the questions being asked about the draft agreement which Downing Street says has been reached by negotiators in Brussels.
Scotland’s Brexit Secretary Mike Russell has hit out at the UK Government after a provisional deal on the UK’s exit from the European Union was agreed with Brusssels.
Mike Russell has demanded part of the UK’s Brexit legislation be “immediately repealed” after MPs were told progress is being made between Holyrood and Westminster on key cross-border issues.
Modern life is changing what we prioritise when it comes to choosing a place to call home.
Homes and business could be hit by flooding in parts of Scotland as heavy rain is set to hit the country.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell said the draft Brexit agreement was “encouraging” but suggested the details could yet stymie agreement.
Legislation to raise the age of criminal responsibility in Scotland to 12 has been approved in principle at Holyrood, despite some MSPs calling on ministers to go further.
There is a lot to be proud of about Scotland – and a new study from Royal Bank of Scotland has shown exactly what it is that makes us passionate about where we live.
Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf has been urged to take action to halt the “spiralling epidemic” of suicides in Scotland’s prisons.
EE has named Edinburgh as one the first cities in the UK to be chosen for 5G upgrades.
Nicola Sturgeon has been widely praised for talking to a homeless man in a city centre street.
A man murdered in a violent attack was targeted by two people shortly after leaving his mother’s pub, police have said.
Healthcare professionals must not be made to force through an organ donation against the wishes of a distressed family, experts have told MSPs.
The number of people unemployed in Scotland has fallen by 12,000, figures show.
Significant investment could be made into Scotland’s police and fire services if the UK Government was to pay back VAT, according to Humza Yousaf.
Edinburgh’s Christmas festival drew nearly a million visitors last year and generated around £113 million for the economy, analysis has found.
A programme brought in to reduce hospital deaths has saved the lives of almost 10,000 patients, the Health Secretary has claimed.
A former banking executive has been appointed as the new chairman of children’s orchestra charity Sistema Scotland.
Unemployment in Scotland dropped 10.1% in the third quarter of this year, with the jobless total at 103,000.
Record-breaking hydroplane Bluebird K7 is set to return to its spiritual home in the Lake District next summer.