The number of disabled people on housing waiting lists has risen by almost 80% in the last two years, new research suggests.
A review of mental health provision at a young offenders institution where two people took their own lives has found the “risks and vulnerabilities” of some inmates are not given enough attention.
Funding worth £2 million to encourage people to increase journeys made on foot, bikes and public transport has been announced by the Scottish Government.
New guidelines have been published to help teachers talk “confidently and sensitively” to young people about relationships.
Nicola Sturgeon has said she would want to accelerate plans for a second independence referendum if a new prime minister opted for a harder Brexit.
The first payments have been made under a new scheme set up to help survivors of childhood abuse in care who are elderly or terminally ill.
The Greens have welcomed the support of a former senior policy adviser to the Scottish Government ahead of the European elections.
The Scottish Government has come under fire after a minister conceded it is not possible to estimate how much cash has been spent trying to reduce health inequalities.
Views are being sought on plans to allow councils to introduce workplace parking fees.
Holyrood has unanimously passed new legislation that will mean fewer children have to go to court to give evidence.
A final vote is to take place on legislation to ensure more children can record evidence ahead of jury trials in Scotland.