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1 Seven years, no progress: Justice Minister asks (again) for US report on torture flights
2 MP Douglas Ross and MSP Richard Lochhead back Europe Must Act campaign to help refugees on Greece's Aegean Islands
3 Holyrood 2021 election: Which MSPs are standing down?
4 Campaigning during a pandemic: One Holyrood hopeful uses novel method to attract support
5 Green MSP John Finnie to retire at next election
6 MSPs vote down bid to scrap hate crime bill
7 Scottish Parliament election: The MSPs saying goodbye to Holyrood in 2021
8 Climate plan for railways needed following recent landslips according to Scottish Greens
9 Coronavirus: LibDem Mike Rumbles went to Italy during Aberdeen lockdown
10 Closed until Saturday
11 Jeane Freeman joins Holyrood list of ministers heading for exit
12 Spy satellites destined for Scottish spaceports
13 Getting to know you: John Finnie
14 Edinburgh cops have used 'cruel' spit hoods blasted by rights groups 70 times since January
15 Highland Green MSP John Finnie calls for action to understand environmental impact of tourism
16 Green MSP John Finnie announces he will step down from Holyrood at Scottish elections
17 Highland Must Act group wins support of Green MSP John Finnie in bid top help refugees
18 Green MSP John Finnie calls on Scottish Government to 'protect' the Highlands from Easter tourists fleeing coronavirus Covid-19 lockdown
19 More than one in four prisoners now on remand due to covid-19 court backlog
20 Radar funded by Scots taxpayers used by missile-armed drone
21 MSPs fear institutions linked to child abuse could be 'let off the hook'
22 Highland MSP Finnie calls for action to understand impact of tourism
23 Highlands not yet open for visitors says Green MSP
24 SNP's Gail Ross to stand down as an MSP at next election
25 History made as MSPs vote to make Scotland the first part of the UK to ban smacking
26 Highlands and Islands Green MSP John Finnie calls for Norbord to transport more of its goods via rail; Morayhill site sits right next to the Inverness-Aberdeen main line
27 Humza Yousaf hits back at MSP who accuses him of 'pandering to racist prime minister' on terror laws
28 MSP calls for Treasury to grant council a repayment holiday
29 Call for fair work to be put at heart of tourism restart in the Highlands
30 Highland Green MSP says tourists must not see Scotland as a theme park
31 Politicians accused of being 'out of touch' as councillors oppose smacking ban
32 John Finnie MSP claims Moray Health and Social Care Partnership has reduced home visits by 404
33 Close the snow gates if necessary! Finnie urges Scottish Government to prevent visitors heading north at Easter and raising virus risk
34 Putting offensive jokes on police record will cost jobs, force is told
35 Highland Green MSP John Finnie takes up calls for more support for Scottish coach industry; boss of Inverness based D&E Coaches says industry is struggling to survive in the wake of coronavirus
36 Finnie to visit Bonar Bridge unit
37 Motion lodged at Scottish Parliament calling for end of 'blackface' at Up Helly Aa festivals
38 MSP calls for urgent work on Highland rail line after train cancellation figures are revealed
39 Blackface 'will not be tolerated' at Up Helly Aa festival
40 MSP calls for Highland loan repayment holiday
41 SNP and Greens in war of words over Rest and Be Thankful landslip
42 Finnie: bus travel for young people deal is "transformational"
43 More than 1000 CalMac ferries cancelled last year due to technical issues
44 Facial recognition technology 'currently not fit for use' by Police Scotland, MSPs conclude
45 Ex-SNP MSP John Finnie defects to Green Party
46 Greens call for private firms to be kicked out of criminal justice system
47 Finnie calls for Scottish Government to support local press
48 Highland MSP slams 'vanity scheme' redevelopment amid funding shortfall for Highland schools
49 Highland MSP backs call for clearer Covid-19 statistics
50 Podcast: A chat with John Finnie, Maggie Chapman and co. at Scottish Greens conference
51 MSP backs early release of prisoners
52 UPDATE: Highland MSP wins push for ban on smacking children
53 Smacking ban is not about criminalising parents, says Green MSP John Finnie
54 Revealed: Probe into cover-up at Scots elite crime-fighting agency did not interview whistleblower
55 MSPs demand apology for 'highly offensive' Tory comments on Gaelic education
56 MSP demands answers on public funding for former Cairngorm ski resort operators
57 John Finnie claims chief constable could end up in court over `disgraceful' police stations
58 Justice Committee and government set to collide
59 Week ahead at Holyrood: Strengthening child protections
60 Cost of Cairngorm funicular repairs could run to £15m
61 Coronavirus: Call for action to safeguard rural communities amid row over second homes
62 John Finnie: Scotland could teach Spain about how a true liberal democracy works
63 Scottish parliament votes in favour of smacking ban
64 MSPs tell Scottish Government policing budget is 'insufficient'
65 Highland MSP John Finnie demands air fare rethink
66 MacLeod Construction completes new homes in Connel
67 Equal Protection Bill gains cross-party support
68 Holyrood committee backs Scottish smacking ban bill
69 Inverness-based MSP's smacking ban bill makes progress
70 Stats appear to show extent of drop in people's movements
71 Change places: The MSPs standing down ahead of the 2021 elections
72 Caledonian Sleeper staff to take strike action as MSP calls for "disreputable" Serco to lose franchise
73 ScotRail racks up £3.3m in performance fines
74 MSPs vote overwhelmingly to introduce smacking ban
75 Police asked to stop using controversial cyber-kiosks
76 Scottish Green Party conference special
77 Island residents should not miss out on ferries
78 MSPs to look into police use of facial recognition technology in Scotland
79 Network Rail will work round the clock to fix the main Glasgow line
80 Green MSP under fire after failing to reveal sex case link to top cop Iain Livingstone
81 Now Scot Police under fire for logging 'non-crime' hate cases
82 National plan for helping Scotland's islands
83 Remit of Sheku Bayoh public inquiry announced
84 'Hugely positive milestone': Hotels, pubs, restaurants and tourist attractions poised to reopen next month
85 Two men attacked in Kilmarnock town centre during night out with their girlfriends
86 Call for public inquiry into Scottish drug deaths
87 MSP pension fund aims to be more ethical
88 Western Isles' coronavirus containment could be challenged from tourism and transport return, third sector boss claims
89 Transport Scotland insists dualling of A9 and A96 will go-ahead
90 Greens 'uncomfortable' with private firms profiting from justice system
91 Scottish Greens call for moratorium on new fish farms
92 Regular flights at Inverness Airport to stop on Sunday
93 Green MSP shows support to Skye woman in campaign for cystic fibrosis drugs
94 MSPs John Finnie and Jean Urquhart quit SNP over Nato policy
95 Emergency services attend incident on Kilmarnock's John Finnie Street
96 It’s official: Fife worst area for train service
97 Inverness Prison monitors call for review of cells for disabled prisoners
98 Calls for more ferries and inter-island tunnels during Holyrood debate on islands transport
99 Veteran Labour MSP David Stewart to retire at next election
100 SNP MSP John Wilson quits party over Nato row