Last week, during the hullabaloo in Westminster, in Holyrood we debated the NHS and lack of NHS dentistry.
In nearly a quarter of a century in Holyrood I have never called upon anyone to resign as a Minister.
Staff usually drive up and back on the same day or have to stay over in hotels – that does not seem a practical or effective, says our columnist.
The Post Office used a flawed computer system.
My job is to press the government to implement the A9 plan whilst listening carefully to industry about how in practice we ensure it can be delivered.
This week, I expect the Scottish Government to make its much vaunted Ministerial Statement on the A9 dualling project.
In addressing insufficient NHS dental services the challenge spans the entirety of Scotland and is particularly pronounced in the Highlands.
Helping promote an important health message and remembering a towering figure of Scottish politics.
Better than a fixed cash payment is a share in ownership of each farm, says Inverness and Nairn MSP.
Arthur Balfour, the last grandee to be UK PM, once said of what matters in politics: “Most things do not matter at all, only a very few matter much.”
Following Alex Neil's testimony to the A9 committee inquiry Mr Ewing believes the former First Minister has questions to answer.
He argues if conscience plays no role in decisions 'we are not a parliament but a group of automatons voting at the behest of party bosses.'
The SNP MSP says voices were loud and clear at the A9 Crisis Summit, but it appears we must raise them even higher to ensure our concerns are heard.
The Inverness and Nairn MSP's latest take on the A9 dualling saga, as well as thoughts on his mum Winnie and health matters.
It's a kind of poll tax for wheels, says Inverness and Nairn MSP.
Within the heart of our community lies a haven of care and respite: The Orchard.
Proposals from Patrick Harvie to require properties to decarbonise their heating systems come under fire from the Inverness and Nairn MSP.
For 23 years she served as the voice of the Highlands and Islands in Europe, earning the nickname “Madame Ecosse”, says our MSP.
Last week in Holyrood, the petitions committee heard from Grahame Barn, CEO of Civil Engineers Contractors Association Scotland.
The excellent coverage by this newspaper of tragic loss of life on the A9 has reverberated widely and well beyond the Highlands.