The group tasked with drawing up a code of practice for a key part of the Scottish Government’s named person scheme is finding it “challenging” to ensure this is “simple, concise and accessible”.
The Scottish Labour party has defended itself after viewers noticed a promotional video was partially filmed in Wales.
Bosses at a struggling health board knew their former chief executive should only have been paid three months’ notice – but they gave her six months amid concerns she could bring age and sex discrimination claims against them, a Holyrood committee has heard.
A longstanding member of the UK Cabinet has effectively ruled out holding a second European referendum – saying while the Prime Minister is willing to discuss “anything” in talks with other parties, the discussions would “not be a cover for trying to stop Brexit”.
Young Scots campaigning against food poverty are taking their case to Westminster, as a new report revealed a quarter of children who do not receive free school meals sometimes go without lunch because of a lack of cash.
New father Andy McLennan had to give up drinking after being diagnosed with haemochromatosis.
A waste management company has stored remains of NHS patients in unrefrigerated units for more than six months, according to reports.
Richard Leonard has called for a “radical” change in the approach to the Scottish economy.
A former SNP MP who quit the party following an investigation into alleged mortgage fraud has confirmed she has rejoined.
Up to 300 tonnes of clinical waste and 10 tonnes of anatomical waste has piled up at the Scottish sites of a disposal company, MSPs have heard.
Scottish Brexit Secretary Mike Russell has revealed some of the “regrettable” preparations being made for a possible no-deal exit from the EU, as he urged UK ministers to rule out such a scenario “now and forever”.
Gregor Townsend still believes in his injury-ravaged Scotland squad can challenge for the Guinness Six Nations crown.
Finance Secretary Derek Mackay has described the suggestion he will be remembered as the man who bankrupted Scotland as “absolute total nonsense”.
Snow and ice warnings have been issued for Scotland as temperatures are forecast to plunge.
The Scottish Government will be “intensifying” its calls for a second European referendum in the wake of the Commons Brexit vote, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
The Brexit chaos engulfing Britain makes the case for Scottish independence “increasingly clear”, Nicola Sturgeon said.
A campaign has been launched to encourage more women to study and work in engineering.
A report into tenements in Scotland has warned they are at a “condition cliff-edge”.
Nicola Sturgeon has insisted a second European referendum is now the “only credible option” after Theresa May’s proposed Brexit deal suffered a humiliating defeat.
Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf has told MSPs he does not know when a new risk assessment tool to help determine if prisoners should be released on electronic tags will be ready.