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Gathering for its conference in Perth, the Scottish National Party has made a bid to reclaim the ground that it has lost to Labour in recent months.
Scottish figures released this week show Housing Associations still lagging behind Local Authorities in their responsibility to house homeless people.
A political panel debate at the New Economic Reality conference in Edinburgh has heard a trenchant attack on the economic consensus of the big parties.
The Scottish Green Party has welcomed Labour's move towards a 'living wage' for public sector workers, having campaigned on the issue for some time.
A new report published by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) shows that Scotland’s unemployment rate is back to 1996 levels.
Scottish Churches Housing Action's response to the Scottish Government's housing consultation has cast doubt on its 2012 homelessness target.
The Church of Scotland's Moderator will today preach at a historic site where Reformation leader John Knox took communion.
Some 125,000 people lined the streets of Edinburgh to catch a glimpse of Pope Benedict XVI, leader of the world's 1.2 billion Catholics, on his first UK visit.
A new opinion poll suggests that the majority of Scots are not ill-disposed towards the upcoming visit of the Pope, despite disagreements about his views.
The government could be acting illegally if it uses DNA testing to investigate the country of origin of asylum seekers, a Scottish human rights activist says.