Nicola Sturgeon called for a longer session - as well as more chances for committees to quiz her - after she was re-elected as first minister.
Members unanimously supported a motion to extend the session by 15 minutes for the next two weeks.
The change will then be reviewed before a longer-term decision is taken.
The first FMQs of the new Holyrood term will be held next Thursday.
James Boyack, 70, will also be monitored in the community for two years following his release from prison.
Police officers raided his home following a tip-off and recovered child abuse and other images and videos.
Boyack was placed on the sex offenders register for 10 years at Dundee Sheriff Court.
Specialist officers reviewing the material found pictures of children being abused where Boyack had added his own face over the top of the men seen in the images.
Detectives from the paramilitary Civil Guard boarded and searched the vessel, named Daydream, in Arricife in Lanzarote on Tuesday.
It follows the disappearance of the 32-year-old in November last year.
Her partner, Simon Corner was extradited to Spain after being arrested in Copenhagen in April in connection with Ms Brown's disappearance.
The incident happened outside the Hole I' the Wa' Inn in Dumfries at about 18:45 on Sunday.
Police said a disturbance took place in the front bar before a number of people moved to the rear entrance of the pub.
A 47-year-old man suffered a neck injury when he was attacked by up to nine men during the disturbance.
Det Con Matt Williams said: "This was a particularly nasty attack by a group of men on an individual and has resulted in the victim receiving an injury to his neck.
"We are keen to hear from anyone who was in the bar that day and who may have seen this disturbance."
Ms Davidson, who now represents the second biggest party at Holyrood, also attacked the SNP for continuing to "slap themselves on the back over free university education", while offering a "slap in the face" for colleges.
The Scottish Conservative leader added that the Scottish government had "enough to be getting on with" without relaunching its campaign for Scottish independence.
She was responding to Nicola Sturgeon's plans and her programme for government.
Sadia Ahmed is accused of killing Inayah Ahmed at her home in the Drumchapel area of Glasgow on 17 April.
The 26-year-old is accused of "restricting her breathing by means presently unknown" and murdering her.
Ms Ahmed appeared in private at Glasgow Sheriff Court where she made no plea or declaration and was remanded in custody by Sheriff Linda Ruxton.
Speaking in the post match interview at Roland Garros, the British number one said: "He [Mathias Bourgue] was excellent.
"He was the one dictating a lot of the points, making me run a lot, fighting right to the end."
Murray added: "He's going to have a fantastic future, for sure. It's the first time we have played against each other but he was very good."
After a marathon three hours and 34 minutes, Murray gets through to the third round of the French Open.
He won the match against the French wild card 6-2 2-6 4-6 6-2 6-3.
Dale Pryde, from Edinburgh, is accused of running towards and attempting to punch Wallace on the head at Hampden Park after the Scottish Cup final, and attempting to punch Holt.
Pryde is also accused of breaching the peace by running on to the pitch towards Rangers supporters and brandishing a chair.
At Glasgow Sheriff Court he made no plea or declaration and was released on bail by sheriff Linda Ruxton. He is expected to appear again at a later date.
Noss Primary in Wick is closed until 30 May following what Highland Council described as a "significant failure" at the £15.4m building on Tuesday.
Gail Ross, who is the local MSP and a councillor, said it was "a saving grace" that pupils were having their lunch and not in the rooms at the time.
The new school only opened to pupils last month.
It was built as a replacement for Wick's North and Hillhead primary schools.
The first minister set out her government's priorities in a statement to Parliament.
She confirmed that ministers would bring forward a plan to improve Scottish schools before the summer.
She also said that there would be a review of the economic development and skills agencies and that within a year every child born in Scotland will receive a baby box of essential items.
Ms Sturgeon said she believed her aim of a fairer Scotland was shared across the chamber.
Appearing at Glasgow Sheriff Court, Greg Binnie admitted running towards Wesley Foderingham and gesticulating in an offensive manner towards him.
It followed widespread disorder by a number of fans at Saturday's Cup Final against Hibs at Hampden.
Sentence was deferred until June for a background report. The Crown has requested a football banning order also be considered.
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The US-based 30-year-old is currently 17th on the world points list and 32nd on the European points list after rising to a career-best ranking of 23.
"I feel like if I keep playing the way I am, I should make it," Inverness-born Knox said.
"It is the best of the best that make the team, so you really have to deserve it and earn it. Hopefully I can."
Francis Mooney died when his car was hit by a heavy agricultural vehicle that was towing a digger.
The crash happened on Fernhill Road yesterday shortly after 11:05.
Police said the 25-year-old male driver of the agricultural vehicle was in a stable condition at Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow.
Five cars and a bus were also involved in the incident, however no-one else was seriously injured.
Police have forwarded a report on the incident to the procurator fiscal's office. They have urged anyone with information about the crash to come forward.
The report, carried out by charity Relate and based on a survey of 20,980 people in relationships from 2013-15, suggested 2.87 million people were in "distressed" relationships.
Dr David Marjoribanks, from Relate, said constant bickering could have a "far-reaching" impact on children.
On average, they do worse in school and can even fall into crime, he said.
"It is not just the actual breakdown of the relationship itself, it's specifically the conflict that surrounds that," Dr Marjoribanks said.
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The SNP challenged Chancellor George Osborne on the case of the Brain family, who are due to be deported in the coming days, and said the Highlands faced an emigration problem not an immigration one.
Mr Osborne said the home secretary would write to Mr Robertson on the issue.
There's been no formal agreement between the Church of England and the Church of Scotland for some 500 years.
Previous leaders of the Church of England have visited the Kirk's General Assembly before - what was different this morning was that the Archbishop of Canterbury wasn't just an observer; he took part in the debate.
It's a symbolic building of bridges and Justin Welby has said that while there are differences, such as same sex marriage, there is more that unites the two churches.
There are sensitives about this agreement though in the Scopttish Episcopal Church which likened it to a man whose sister takes an interest in his best friend. But a diplomatic agreement has been reached which it also supports.
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Labour's David Winnick told Phil Gormley that Police Scotland's work in places like Sri Lanka was "hypocrisy".
But Mr Gormley said the force was under "significant budgetary pressure" and needed to seek additional income.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Scottish government had "full knowledge" of the contracts, he added.
Mr Gormley was speaking at a Westminster home affairs committee on Tuesday.
The High Court in Glasgow heard that 34-year-old former soldier Lanna Monaghan, formerly of Fort Augustus, admitted five charges of assaulting the boy, who does not live with her, at addresses in the Highlands in 2014 and last year.
She also admitting kicking, biting and hitting the child.
Her counsel's request that Monaghan's bail be continued because she was pregnant was rejected by judge Lady Rae, who described her cruelty as "appalling".
Smith, director of comedies including Clerks and Mallrats, will appear alongside his daughter Harley Quinn Smith, who stars in his latest comedy Yoga Hosers, in one of the festival's In Person audience events.
Cattrall, who played Samantha in the popular Sex and the City show, will discuss her career, spanning more than 80 productions stretching back to 1975.
Festival artistic director Mark Adams has unveiled the programme for this year's event, which runs from June 15-26.
Now in its 70th edition, the festival will showcase 161 features from 46 countries, including 22 world premieres, five international premieres, 17 European premieres and 85 UK premieres.
Four people died when the Super Puma helicopter plunged into the sea off Shetland in Augsut 2013.
Both pilots and 12 remaining passengers escaped and now nine of the survivors have won compensation. It is understood the total of the claim is more than £2.5m.
Our clients were a group of people who were just going to work when their lives were changed in some of the worst ways imaginable. The cases were about providing them with access to legal recourse and fair compensation. All of those involved in the incident will have to live with its effects and repercussions for the rest of their lives. The most important outcome is that the settlements will hopefully allow those affected by the events of that night and their families to move on with dignity."
An inquiry team at Govan is reviewing CCTV footage and other video and pictures of the pitch invasion that followed Hibs 3-2 defeat of Rangers on Saturday.
Officers are trying to identify people involved in the disorder and other criminal behaviour at Hampden Park.
Det Supt Kenny Graham, who is leading the investigation, said: "I am sure that there are people who witnessed or have captured incidents on their mobiles and it's vital that we speak to them so we can view any material that could help us."
He asked witnesses to send footage or images to ScottishCupFinalPitchInvasion@Scotland.pnn.police.uk
He added: "I understand that people may be reluctant to come forward but I want to reassure you that my focus is tracking down those involved in criminal behaviour."
The Commonwealth Games silver medallist, who is from Daviot near Inverness, remains in a coma after suffering head injuries the accident earlier this month.
She has since developed pneumonia and a decision was made to fly her to Bangkok where there is a hospital equipped to deal with the infection and the coma.
Stephanie was living in Vietnam teaching English to local children when she came off a motorbike on the 10 May.
She was not covered by travel insurance but the public have donated over £230,000 towards her medical costs.
Paul Wheelhouse said the Scottish government "stands ready" to help those affect by the news that Shell will cut 475 jobs from its North Sea operations.
I will be visiting the north east as an urgent early priority to meet with the sector, those affected by the downturn and to underline our ongoing commitment and support for the oil and gas industry and the economy and communities of Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire.
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The risks of alcohol consumption were raised during The Kaye Adams Programme by Alison Douglas of Alcohol Focus Scotland.
It came after a new report revealed that the amount of alcohol being drunk by adults in Scotland has increased for the second year in a row.
Even a low levels of drinking, we're exposing ourselves to greater risk of cancer, of high blood pressure, and it does affect our relationships and our ability to work effectively. A study came out a couple of weeks ago showing that a third of us have turned up to work with a hangover so it's not just at the extreme end of people who are addicted and drinking at very, very high levels.
David Mundell said the announcement of 475 job cuts by Shell marked a difficult time for the workforce and their families in the north-east of Scotland.
“It is vital that we take action now, which will help in the short, medium and long terms – building a bridge to the future of the North Sea and helping the UK’s oil and gas industry to export its world-class expertise around the globe. Next week I will travel to the US oil and gas centre of Texas to promote the skills, expertise and innovation of North Sea oil and gas to investors and stakeholders. I am determined to do all I can to promote the north east of Scotland and Scotland’s oil and gas sector – and that includes using our world-class network of embassies and high commissions to bang the drum for the industry on a global stage.
A historic visit by the Archbishop of Canterbury, who took part in a debate at the Kirk's General Assembly for the first time, was designed to build bridges between the two churches.
It marks the first such formal alliance in the past 500 years.
Justin Welby said that while there were differences such as same sex marriage, "what unites us is more than divides us".
The decision to cut 475 jobs in its North Sea operations comes after the company merged with BG Group in February.
Paul Goodfellow, Shell's vice president for the UK and Ireland, said it had taken the steps because the current market conditions remained "challenging".
Our integration with BG provides an opportunity to accelerate our performance in this 'lower for longer' environment. We need to reduce our cost base, improve production efficiency and have an organisation that best fits our combined portfolio and business plans. As a result, we will reduce the size of the organisation supporting our UK and Ireland upstream business by around 475 people. We will look to implement the majority of this change during 2016. Following these changes, Shell will still remain a key employer in the north east of Scotland with around 1,700 employees."
Some posts offshore and at the energy company's plant at Mossmorran in Fife will also be affected.
Globally, Shell has announced 2,200 new redundancies, saying it expects the oil price to remain "lower for longer".
By the end of this year 12,500 posts will have gone at the company across the world.