Aberdeen has greatest take-up gap of superfast broadband in UK

13 July 2018

The Centre for Cities report sets out a number of ways that cities can promote digital uptake and improved infrastructure

Windrush scandal fallout sees Home Office suspend data-sharing activities

13 July 2018

The Home Office will take a three-month break from ‘proactive data sharing’ with other UK Government agencies

Nicola Sturgeon to become first serving prime minister or first minister to lead Pride

13 July 2018

FM will appear as honorary grand marshal at Glasgow Pride on Saturday, at the same time as US President Donald Trump is expected to arrive in Scotland

"Where will people live?" How short-term lets are hitting Edinburgh

9 July 2018

The growth in short term tourist lets has led to calls for greater regulation to protect city centres

Q&A: Finance Secretary Derek Mackay on future growth in the digital economy

5 July 2018

Digital has been placed at the centre of future economic growth and the Scottish Government has committed to supporting it

Tablet gate: Conservative bitterness over a sweet gesture is tone-deaf

6 July 2018

Criticism of Maree Todd's gift to care-experienced young people reeks of the nanny-statism Conervatives normally abhor

Cameron Wyllie on the joys of free bus travel

5 July 2018

Recently retired principal of George Heriot’s School Cameron Wyllie recounts his experiences on the “blessed 26”

Brexit means Theresa May

3 July 2018

Faced with criticism over a lack of detail, Theresa May has expanded on her plans to announce that 'Brexit means Brexit means Brexit'

Glasgow's arms fair reflection was needed

3 July 2018

Glasgow City Council's actions around a recent arms fair reveal a need to ask ourselves if we're part of the problem or part of the solution as the world becomes more unstable

Aberdeen has greatest take-up gap of superfast broadband in UK

13 July 2018

The Centre for Cities report sets out a number of ways that cities can promote digital uptake and improved infrastructure

"Where will people live?" How short-term lets are hitting Edinburgh

9 July 2018

The growth in short term tourist lets has led to calls for greater regulation to protect city centres

Justice Committee seeks views on pre-recorded evidence for vulnerable witnesses

4 July 2018

The Scottish Government’s Vulnerable Witnesses Bill proposes greater use of pre-recorded evidence from children and other vulnerable witnesses