Holyrood magazine political awards shortlist announced

22 May 2019

Stand-in Scottish Conservative leader Jackson Carlaw, equalities minister Christina McKelvie and SNP backbencher Joan McAlpine vie for MSP of the Year at Holyrood’s second annual awards next month

Talking Point: Body positivity begins at home

20 May 2019

An online survey conducted by the Mental Health Foundation with YouGov in March revealed that 37 per cent of teenagers felt upset and 31 per cent felt ashamed in relation to their body image

Entitlement and personal ambition risk shifting the SNP’s focus from independence

19 May 2019

A social media ping-pong has seen torrid accusations of workplace bullying against a sitting MP, Joanna Cherry, go public, only to be countered with claims of conspiracy

Sketch: The Scottish Parliament enters a parallel universe

17 May 2019

A debate on the Place Principle gets confused by the fact no one understands the Place Principle

New clean-up campaign across Seven Lochs Wetland Park

24 May 2019

The Seven Lochs Wetland Park is currently being developed as Scotland’s largest urban heritage park

Roseanna Cunningham calls for UK Government action to help Scotland meet climate targets

21 May 2019

Scottish Government last month agreed to back Committee on Climate Change recommendations to target net-zero emissions by 2045

Philip Hammond warns no-deal Brexit would 'hijack' referendum result

21 May 2019

In a clear reference to the risk of Boris Johnson becoming prime minister, the Chancellor said there was a "real risk" of a new leader "abandoning" efforts to leave the EU with a deal

Lloyds to create 500 high-skilled jobs at a new digital tech hub in Edinburgh

20 May 2019

LBG has started recruiting software engineers and data scientists for the hub, which will be based at its Scottish Widows' headquarters