Women in science Q&A - Professor Sheila Rowan

15 November 2017

Sheila Rowan was appointed Scotland’s Chief Scientific Adviser in 2016, the third woman in a row to hold the role

Women in science Q&A - Dame Anne Glover

14 November 2017

Dame Anne Glover is Professor of Molecular Biology and Cell Biology at the University of Aberdeen, takes part in Holyrood's series of Q&As with leading women in science

Women in science Q&A – Dame Anna F Dominiczak

13 November 2017

Dame Anna F Dominiczak is Regius Professor of Medicine at the University of Glasgow

Sketch: MSPs get lost in the dessert

17 November 2017

Parliamentary sketch: A debate on immigration sees Tory MSP Jackson Carlaw forced to deny being a complicated type of pudding

Neil Findlay's 'Socialism and Hope' - a review

16 November 2017

Former Labour Glasgow Maryhill MP Marie Fyfe on Neil Findlay's recent book 'Socialism and Hope'

Learning how to fight depression

13 November 2017

Dr Malcolm Harvey on the effect of reducing his medication and his ongoing battle with depression

Love is the foundation that helps us thrive, but sometimes it isn’t enough

10 November 2017

The care system shouldn’t be a postcode lottery because the stakes are too high, says Laura Beveridge

Many teacher training positions lying vacant, figures show

15 November 2017

Scottish Funding Council figures reveal a lack of interest in teaching key subjects which are seeing shortages in schools

Women in science Q&A - Professor Sheila Rowan

15 November 2017

Sheila Rowan was appointed Scotland’s Chief Scientific Adviser in 2016, the third woman in a row to hold the role

RAC calls for DVLA to set up website for drivers to check car emissions

17 November 2017

The vehicle agency has been urged to set up an online resource ahead of the launch of low emission zones

Young Tory MPs urge Phillip Hammond to end austerity

16 November 2017

Pressure mounts on Philip Hammond to loosen the purse strings to give the economy a much-needed boost as the effects of Brexit bite