The parties separately underlined how Scotland was energy rich but fuel poor and demand action from the UK government
The Scottish Conservatives did the analysis and then lashed out at the 'appalling betrayal' due to the “pitiful, snail-paced progress'.
Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross MP Jamie Stone is calling on the UK government to take "serious action" over fuel poverty in rural areas.
Ariana Burgess has welcomed the recommendation by Highland planning officers to turn down the Coul Links golf course application.
She says 'if there are not enough jobs, not enough houses, unreliable transport and public services in these communities, people will not stay.'
One whistle-blower says 'I was feeling so fragile that I actually did not want to live any more.'
The SNP MP says the ‘Tories must not leave families in the cold this winter.’
Green MSP Ariane Burgess wants Highland Council to follow Edinburgh's example in the interests of pedestrian safety people with mobility issues.
He demands action from Fiona Hyslop on four shovel-ready sections after 'serial' broken promises.
He says 'no other employer I know would have accepted his excuses and borne his costs, especially as his current salary is close to £120,000.'
A 'greeny granny' from the Black Isle hopes to "speak the truth the King wasn't allowed to" if elected to Westminster.
Four days of strike action by Scottish Water staff will begin as planned on Friday over a pay dispute, with "serious implications" for services.
Ms Thomas said she has pity for King Charles III.