Tories will push for a new fiscal framework for local authorities during debate at the Scottish Parliament.
Tourism and hospitality groups express frustration after First Minister updates Parliament on roadmap out of lockdown.
Alex Salmond's evidence to a Holyrood inquiry was published on Monday.
Former first minister names people he alleges to have been part of efforts to damage his reputation in final submission.
First Minister has been accused by her predecessor of breaching the ministerial ethics code.
Council leaders are demanding all parties agree to a 'menu for change' in the run-up to May’s Holyrood election.
Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body conclusion paves the way for ex-first minister to give evidence to Holyrood committee.
Prime Minister equates his experience as mayor of London to that of the UK's devolved administrations.
Nursery children, primary 1-3 pupils and senior high school students will begin phased return to the classroom on February 22.
Stats show 374 deaths were registered in the week February 1-7 where Covid-19 was mentioned on the death certificate.
Former first minister was expected to face committee looking into handling of harassment complaints made against him.
The Scottish Parliament will debate universal support for self-isolation in order to help more people comply with the rules.
The leader of the Scottish Conservatives will outline his criticism of the First Minister in a speech on Monday.
Monica Lennon says the party can no longer rely on 'party grandees getting wheeled out to preach to the nation'.
Holyrood inquiry is investigating Scottish Government’s handling of harassment complaints against former first minister.
Finance secretary updated parliament on the budget to ensure Scotland's economy recovers from Covid-19.
Finance secretary also offers local authorities additional financial support if they choose to freeze council tax rates.
Parliament backs idea of planning another referendum despite Tory accusations that it is 'reckless and damaging'.
John Swinney says Scottish Government will 'go at least as far' as any UK Government quarantine arrangements.
First Minister says she doesn't accept claims made by her predecessor Alex Salmond that she broke the ministerial code.