Police Scotland officers justified in use of Tasers in three incidents, PIRC finds

22 February 2019

The policing watchdog found that the use of Tasers was necessary, proportionate and justified in all three cases

Theresa May warned dozens of Tory MPs preparing to rebel to prevent no-deal Brexit

22 February 2019

It is estimated that at least 30 Tory MPs could defy the Government whip which would be a devastating blow to the PM

Meet the Good Food Nation ambassadors

19 February 2019

There are more than 30 ambassadors from around Scotland helping to mobilise a grassroots response to the good food nation bill consultation

Associate feature: Graduate Apprenticeships are a perfect fit for Scotland’s STEM sector

22 February 2019

Dr Sally Smith, Dean of Computing at Edinburgh Napier University, on how developing new graduate skills is no longer the sole domain of universities

Sketch: How the Independent Group looks set to sweep Scotland

22 February 2019

Sketch: The Independent Group's early momentum was checked somewhat by running into accusations of racism almost immediately

Retirement is a new beginning

20 February 2019

Cameron Wyllie: Faffing is glorious, and to do so without the guilty feeling that you should really be working is more glorious yet

Associate feature: Attracting new recruits into food and drink

19 February 2019

Scottish food and drink manufacturers need 19,000 new recruits by 2024 to meet their skills needs

Winston Churchill debate shows everyone is a hero or villain these days

18 February 2019

The row over Churchill shows Brexit is the UK's new “darkest hour” with little sign of political leadership

Scotland’s largest teaching union rejects pay offer and moves to ballot on strike action

21 February 2019

Members of the EIS have rejected the revised offer, despite members of the Scottish Secondary Teachers’ Association voting to accept it

Scottish Secondary Teachers’ Association votes to accept pay deal

21 February 2019

The result from the EIS ballot is still to come in, meaning strike action remains an option

Associate feature: Graduate Apprenticeships are a perfect fit for Scotland’s STEM sector

22 February 2019

Dr Sally Smith, Dean of Computing at Edinburgh Napier University, on how developing new graduate skills is no longer the sole domain of universities

Scotland’s largest teaching union rejects pay offer and moves to ballot on strike action

21 February 2019

Members of the EIS have rejected the revised offer, despite members of the Scottish Secondary Teachers’ Association voting to accept it

Associate feature: Time to change the food environment

21 February 2019

Special feature: As polls show the public is ready for change, how can Scotland create a healthier food environment?

 

Meet the Good Food Nation ambassadors

19 February 2019

There are more than 30 ambassadors from around Scotland helping to mobilise a grassroots response to the good food nation bill consultation

SNP budget expected to be passed by the Scottish Parliament

21 February 2019

MSPs are expected to pass the final stage of the Scottish Budget today, after the SNP struck as deal with the Greens last month

Polly Purvis to step down as chief executive of ScotlandIS

20 February 2019

Purvis said she wanted to hand to someone who could “bring fresh passion to the organisation with the belief that technology can be a real force for good”