Nicola Sturgeon has called for Article 50 to be suspended and a second EU referendum regardless of whether Theresa May wins the confidence vote. The First Minister argued "there is no more time to waste"
The future of an Aberdeen paper mill which employs hundreds of people is uncertain after its parent company went into administration. A deal to sell the Arjowiggins Stoneywood mill fell through last week.
New laws to introduce a "zero tolerance" approach to drug driving are being proposed by the Scottish government. Ministers want to make it easier for the police to target people driving with illegal drugs,
A German-registered fishing boat has been detained at sea by Marine Scotland on suspected fishery offences. The Helen Mary - a factory trawler which can process its catch onboard - was fishing around miles
The Pussy Grabber Plays – eight short pieces premiering in New York on Monday – humanize the people behind sexual misconduct allegations Published: 1:00 AM 3 out of 5 stars. Liv Warden’s play explores
Live Reporting The committee will now take evidence from Scottish Enterprise: Neil Francis, Director Trade and Investment Operations Scotland • Elaine Morrison, Head of Partnerships, • Jane Pollock, Team