Kezia Dugdale MSP (David Anderson/Holyrood)

Interview: Kezia Dugdale on federalism and losing a friend

24 February 2017

Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale speaks to Holyrood ahead of her party's conference in Perth

Distilleries

By the barrel: The changing face of Scotland's distilleries

22 February 2017

From whisky to gin, Scotland's distilleries are reacting to a changing landscape

Claudette Jones

Tech 100: ‘We need to speak in colleagues’ language, not teach them to speak in ours’

24 February 2017

Claudette Jones, new CIO of University of the West of Scotland, on the kind of leaders needed to compete in a digital world

Iain Green 377

Sketch: The return of Tony Blair

24 February 2017

Tony Blair and Peter Mandelson descend into the Brexit debate

Stuart Cameron, ICT team leader for Scottish Canals

Tech 100: ‘Digital should maybe be thought of as a mindset rather than a destination’

22 February 2017

 Stuart Cameron, ICT team leader for Scottish Canals, on the evolutionary as well as revolutionary change digital presents

Laura Beveridge

Children in care are more likely to go to prison than university

16 February 2017

Education is about learning and empowerment and for me, it was the key to understanding my story so that I could live and not just survive

A syringe being squirted

The Trainspotting generation

15 February 2017

Mark McLaughlin looks at the legacy of the 'Trainspotting generation' – and how the drugs and crime figures stack up today

Ritchie Somerville, City of Edinburgh Council

Tech 100: ‘Bots will become an instantly normal part of our lives in 2017’

15 February 2017

Ritchie Somerville, Innovation and Futures Manager at City of Edinburgh Council, on what 2017 holds and its impact on local government

Bus race by Chris DiGiamo

Big drop in bus use in Scotland

23 February 2017

Dramatic decline in bus use in Scotland alongside increased subsidy and rising fares, while the number of car journeys rise

Sarah Boyack

Former Labour MSP appointed as head of public affairs at SFHA

22 February 2017

Former Labour MSP Sarah Boyack is to join the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations

Lady Smith

Last remaining original member of Scottish child abuse inquiry resigns

22 February 2017

Anger from survivor groups as child abuse inquiry left with one sole member

Caithness Duncansby Stacks - credit Theo K

Norwegian-style ‘Newton room’ STEM learning centres to be established in Caithness and Lochaber

21 February 2017

Rural skills gaps in science, technology and digital to be targeted by Scandinavian-style learning centres in the Highlands

Anas Sarwar

Labour will launch NHS workforce commission 'within ten weeks'

25 February 2017

Scottish Labour will look to improve pay deals for nurses and social care staff, announces Anas Sarwar

Child silhouett

Kezia Dugdale pledges Labour support for child benefit increase

25 February 2017

Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale pledges Labour support for campaign to increase child benefit

Ruth Davidson

Scottish Conservatives to bring forward bill to introduce whole-life sentences

24 February 2017

The Scottish Conservatives have said they will bring a private members bill for whole-life sentences following Paige Docherty killer’s appeal

Eilidh Whiteford MP

SNP MP rallies support for third reading of law to tackle violence against women

24 February 2017

SNP MP Dr Eilidh Whiteford has urged MPs of all parties to turn up and vote for new legislation to ratify the Istanbul Convention

Bus race by Chris DiGiamo

Big drop in bus use in Scotland

23 February 2017

Dramatic decline in bus use in Scotland alongside increased subsidy and rising fares, while the number of car journeys rise

Heathrow airport

UK Government has failed to prove new Heathrow runway can meet air pollution targets say MPs

23 February 2017

Environmental Audit Committee says "little evidence" produced that new runway will be within safe limits of air quality

Scottish Parliament

Scottish Parliament passes Scottish budget

24 February 2017

The Scottish Government had its budget passed yesterday with support from the Greens

Zero Waste Scotland - CelluComp uses agricultural waste used to produce Curran

Scotland's internationally leading role on the circular economy

23 February 2017

Associate feature: Zero Waste Scotland chief executive Iain Gulland talks about Scotland's collaborative work on the circular economy