A children's campaigner has taken her petition for stricter rules around the use of restraint and seclusion in schools to the Scottish Parliament.
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.
A UK Government Minister for Brexit has been called “extremely disrespectful” after cancelling an appearance before a Scottish Parliament committee “at the last minute”.
An app designed to help disabled people with personalised assistance at venues has been launched at the Scottish Parliament.
The Scottish justice minister has urged Tele readers to have their say on sentencing guidelines for child sex offenders.
A large majority of Tele readers believe parents should be allowed to smack their children, as plans to outlaw the punishment look set to be passed by the Scottish Government.
The use of smacking to discipline children attracts a lot of attention - and opinion often seems to be split on the matter.
Over the last 10 months the Evening Telegraph has campaigned for automatic jail terms for those who prey on children.
A former Holyrood press officer has turned thriller writer with the launch of a new page-turner.
The Scottish Parliament is looking for Scots born on the day it was established as part of its 20th anniversary celebrations.
An appeal has been lodged with the Scottish Government against the refusal of 260 homes on the edge of Carnoustie.
A loophole that has allowed thousands of drivers to dodge private parking “fines” could soon be closed.
The Scottish Government is poised to grant permission for 150 homes in Dundee following a formal appeal from the housebuilder behind the plans.
Bus firm Xplore Dundee has reaffirmed its green credentials after it emerged it was applying for a share of an environmental cash pot offered by the Scottish Government.
A project to transform an abandoned swimming pool into a three-screen cinema and community hub has been awarded more than £2 million.
Aberdeen City Council could close all of its public toilets, all but one of its libraries and axe all lollipop men and women in an effort save £45 million over the next year.
Residents have hit out at the Scottish Government for approving a controversial housing scheme – despite Dundee City Council rejecting the plans last year.
A Dundee schoolgirl savaged to death by two Rottweilers was attacked so viciously that she was decapitated, a Holyrood committee has heard.
Holyrood’s business quango has defended itself against accusations it let down doomed construction firm McGill over a £2 million bail-out before the company’s collapse last week.
Dundee East MSP Shona Robison has spoken of her concerns about the impact Brexit will have on the city.