Farmers hit by delays to EU payments are to be offered loans from a £20m fund set up by the Scottish government.
New legislation on cremations will ensure that Scotland's baby ashes scandal will never be repeated, the public health minister says.
A Labour MSP is warned not to repeat his "unparliamentary" behaviour after he called Nicola Sturgeon a "liar" during First Minister's Questions.
A look at the funding offer being made to Scottish councils
A very unromantic deadline looms for fiscal framework talks
F is for framework. Fiscal framework. But what is it and why does it matter?
John Curtice looks at the race to be Holyrood runner-up
Arguments over Scottish income tax rates have a familiar ring to them
How to apply to join the audience of the The Big Debate on BBC Radio Scotland
A shout of "liar" during First Minister's Questions sparks an inquiry to out the culprit and the latest twists in the fiscal framework stand-off.