Hundreds of jubilant masters students celebrated reaching the end of their degree courses at Aberdeen University yesterday.
Kezia Dugdale's official spokesman has announced he will resign following the General Election on June 8.
The Better Together campaign in the independence referendum has been fined for failing to provide a full and complete report on its spending.
Lib Dems would unite with Tories and Labour despite “shambolic” and “secretive” Better Together campaign
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie said he would work with Labour and the Tories if there was a second referendum on independence, despite branding the Better Together campaign that won last year’s vote as “shambolic“ and “secretive”.
Campaigners spend nearly £6.7million during last year’s independence referendum.
Aberdeen City Council's chief executive last night performed a U-turn after a chaotic day in which she tried to block the Standards Commission from holding a conduct hearing on local authority property.
The leader of the campaign against independence has said Alex Salmond has "lost the plot" if he believes Scotland could go it alone without another referendum.
North-east politicians and No campaigners have said the rejection of Independence was no surprise - because voters acted to protect their economy.
The seeds of the No victory were sown at the very moment that holding a referendum became inevitable.
Politicians from the three main pro-Union parties said they were delighted with the No win in the north-east.
The north-east's main business organisation has called on the leaders of both sides of the referendum debate to keep their promises if they win.
Chief Treasury Secretary Danny Alexander has predicted the "quiet majority" will be heard today - and that Scotland will vote No.
Pro-independence campaigners have called on the Yes camp to order its supporters to heel as voters make their way to polling stations today.
A host of Scotland's best known rugby players got stuck into the independence ruck when they came out in support of the union.
The majority of university academics and administrators are set to back the union, according to a new poll.
The leaders of pro-Union parties have teamed-up to guarantee more powers will be devolved to the Scottish Parliament in the event of a No vote.
A leading figure in the UK defence and oil industries has switched his support to the Yes campaign.
The plummeting share values of Scottish firms was a warning sign of the risks posed by independence, Alistair Darling claimed yesterday.
Gordon Brown promised Scots "home rule" within the UK if they vote No yesterday as panic engulfed Westminster over rising support for independence.
The leader of the Better Campaign has praised the "success story" of Inverness harbour during a visit to the north.
One of the world's biggest banks has warned that an independent Scotland could face a Eurozone-style crisis and cuts to public services.
Aberdeen's Music Hall was the venue for an independence debate among senior Scottish politicians and businessmen this evening.
Scottish Labour Party leader Johann Lamont has called for an end to the increasingly "divisive" tone of the referendum debate, saying the eyes of the world would be on the country in the run-up to the vote on September 18.
Campaigners on both sides of the independence debate will today set out their aspirations and fears about the future of the North Sea oil and gas industry.
Scottish independence supporters appeared to heed Alex Salmond's call to ignore Labour MP Jim Murphy as he emerged unscathed from a soapbox rally in Edinburgh.
Campaigners have argued independence would provide the opportunity to secure greater equality in Scotland.
Two senior politicians from opposing parties hit the campaign trail together in Inverness city centre yesterday as the referendum debate intensified.
A new poll has shown the vast majority of people believe that Scotland's budget will be slashed by Westminster after a No vote.
Almost all MPs at Westminster are expecting a No vote at next month's referendum.
Farmers say they have been left "completely in the dark" over what currency they will be expected to use in an independent Scotland.
The battle for Scotland's future has entered the final straight.
The governor of the Bank of England has admitted that contingency plans are in place for a Yes vote in next month's referendum.