Police investigating sexual misconduct claims against Alex Salmond are looking into alleged incidents at Edinburgh Airport.
Glasgow School of Art (GSA) bosses have hit back after criticism of its ability to look after the Mackintosh building.
A funding of boost of £1.1 million should mean more bus passengers can pay their fares using contactless technology.
There are not enough public health policies designed to prevent illness, a Holyrood committee has found.
An action group set up to look at alternative options for the closure-threatened Michelin factory will hold its first meeting on Monday.
Parents who suffer the tragedy of losing a child no longer face the added burden of burial or cremation fees.
Scotland’s top civil servant has said an incident where a Marine Scotland employee was pictured taped to a chair was “completely unacceptable, whatever the circumstances”.
A lawyer acting for Alex Salmond told a court he will argue the former first minister was not given adequate information about the sexual assault allegations against him.
A court hearing will take place on Tuesday in Alex Salmond’s legal challenge against the Scottish Government.
Community sentences are “hugely valuable” and help reduce reoffending, Humza Yousaf said on his first visit to such a scheme in his role as Justice Secretary.
A struggling health board has been criticised after an official report revealed it is looking to shed 10% of its workforce.
Dundee City Council workers face disciplinary action if they smoke on shift under a new policy which has been branded “heavy-handed”.
NHS Scotland is planning to consolidate its IT systems into one in a move it hopes will cut waiting times and improve patient care.
Some heart patients are waiting up to a year to be seen by specialists in Tayside, latest figures have shown.
New figures have confirmed Scottish GDP was ahead the UK in the second quarter of 2018.
More than £700,000 will be invested by the Scottish Government to help boost the country’s circular economy.
The co-convener of the Scottish Greens has called for the Scottish Government to end all ties with the arms trade, on the 100th anniversary of the armistice.
More than two thirds of three to five-year-olds attending council nurseries have places for just three hours and 10 minutes per day, according to a new report.
‘We still have to change’: NHS Tayside chairman insists health board must continue to save despite £62 MILLION debt write-off
The chairman of Tayside’s health board has promised that it won’t stop trying to save cash despite having £62 million of debt written off next year.
An outdoor nursery could be introduced to a park in Aberdeen, inspired by a Scandinavian approach to education.