Edinburgh enjoying digital jobs boom

21 May 2018

Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dundee are all named as key areas for digital in the Tech Nation 2018 report finds

Theresa May rejects plans for fresh Scottish independence drive

21 May 2018

Nicola Sturgeon has suggested she is gearing up to launch a fresh Scottish independence debate

Fiona Hyslop writes to Ofcom over STV restructuring

21 May 2018

STV last week announced the loss of 59 jobs as part of a three-year restructuring plan, which will also include the closure of STV2

Scottish devolution: consent is everything

18 May 2018

Holyrood refuses consent, Westminster ponders ignoring it - is Donald Dewar’s legacy at stake as parliaments clash over Brexit?

Is Scotland ready for electric vehicles?

16 May 2018

The Scottish Government plans to phase out new petrol and diesel cars and vans by 2032, but is Scotland ready to go electric?

Associate feature: Connecting with nature to boost youth mental health

21 May 2018

Francesca Osowska, CEO of Scottish Natural Heritage, on the benefits of green spaces to mental health

Sketch: MSPs take a trip down the rabbit hole

18 May 2018

A debate on whether the Scottish Parliament should consent to the EU withdrawal bill gets bogged down in a discussion of woodland creatures

John Swinney: closing the poverty-related attainment gap is this government’s defining mission

16 May 2018

As the Holyrood baby celebrates her second birthday, the Deputy First Minister and Cabinet Secretary for Education, John Swinney, reflects on his two years at the helm

The Scottish Tories now stand isolated over the EU withdrawal bill

14 May 2018

Mandy Rhodes takes a look at the dispute between the UK and Scottish governments on the effect of Brexit on devolution

Associate feature: Connecting with nature to boost youth mental health

21 May 2018

Francesca Osowska, CEO of Scottish Natural Heritage, on the benefits of green spaces to mental health

Free sanitary products to be available in Scottish Parliament building

18 May 2018

The Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body has decided to provide free sanitary products in all women’s toilets

Increase in number of Scots willing to report human trafficking concerns

20 May 2018

Survey finds 87 per cent of Scots said they would report suspicions of human trafficking to police, up from 80 per cent last year

‘Unique’ Glasgow project to divert youth from serious organised crime gets funding boost

18 May 2018

Glasgow City Council and the Big Lottery Fund will fund the ‘Serious Organised Crime Early Intervention Service’ for a further three years

Associate feature: Connecting with nature to boost youth mental health

21 May 2018

Francesca Osowska, CEO of Scottish Natural Heritage, on the benefits of green spaces to mental health

Crown Estate Scotland releases new proposals to lease seabed

21 May 2018

Proposals are aimed at providing certainty to renewable investors in an attempt to support supply chain development, create jobs and stimulate economic growth