Organisers hope to increase participation and encourage debate among disabled party members.
Scottish Labour leader claims the SNP Government are not doing enough to tackle fuel poverty.
Cosla says deal, which has been voted down by 21 members, would have cost local authorities £350m.
David Cameron hopes UK can limit the amount of benefits EU migrants can claim at Brussels summit.
The Finance Committee also backed Swinney's favoured method for block grant adjustments.
Only a minority of MSPs on Holyrood's Health Committee supported a new bill.
Statistics show 266 children across country were victim to, or at risk of, this form of abuse.
Justice secretary Michael Matheson described the Abusive Behaviour and Sexual Harm Bill as 'bold'.
Comment: Holocaust Memorial Day is about victims, not Europe’s conscience, says Stephen Daisley.
MPs have reacted angrily to David Cameron reference to refugees during Prime Minister's Questions.
The finance secretary said he was seeking to protect the council tax freeze and invest in schools.
Matteo Renzi has come under fire for covering up ancient statues during a visit by Iran's president.
Analysis: Will the SNP win another majority? Stephen Daisley looks ahead to the Holyrood election.
Is there a market in Scottish politics for a party of the left, asks Alastair Brian.
An unpublished report by Labour to explain its general election defeat savages its performance.
Bill Gates and George Osborne have unveiled a plan to spend billions to defeat malaria.
Ministers have faced calls for 3,000 refugee children living alone to be resettled in the UK.
The First Minister discussed the proposed fiscal framework for new tax powers.
John Swinney says SNP must 'earn the right' to third term in government