Fire stations across Scotland could host new electric charging points for cars as part of plans for almost £17million of investment in green transport.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon
SNP membership has overtaken the Conservatives for the first time, pushing the party of government into third place.
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford insisted yesterday that there was no “civil war” in the party amid tensions over allegations against former leader Alex Salmond.
Pressure mounted on the Scottish Government yesterday as opposition parties demanded “full transparency” over the probe into the conduct of Alex Salmond.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said there is “no legal basis” to suspend Alex Salmond from the SNP, following accusations of sexual harassment.
Alex Salmond insisted yesterday that he had never broken the law or “sexually harassed anyone” as the former first minister came out fighting over misconduct allegations.
Scotland’s share of North Sea revenues soared by more than £1 billion last year – but the nation’s deficit level was still four times higher than that of the UK.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has met contestants in the Eurovision Young Musicians 2018 competition which is being held in Scotland for the first time.
Prime Minister Theresa May has spoken of the “iconic importance” of Scotch whisky as she vowed to fight to safeguard vital protections for the sector.
The Scottish Government has again been forced to deny that it is plotting to merge health boards covering Grampian, Tayside and the Highlands and islands.
A new poll has found that support for Scottish independence has risen above the 2014 level – but most people do not want another vote this year.
A close colleague of axed SNP minister Gillian Martin has issued a impassioned defence of the “tremendously talented” MSP.
Nicola Sturgeon has vowed to “very closely” monitor a trade row between the EU and US amid concerns it could hit the Scotch whisky sector.
Nicola Sturgeon’s reshuffle left in disarray over north-east MSP Gillian Martin’s offensive blog posts
Nicola Sturgeon’s long-awaited reshuffle was left in disarray yesterday after she was forced to a sack a new minister within hours of announcing her appointment.
SNP rising stars Kate Forbes and Gillian Martin were promoted to ministerial jobs yesterday as Nicola Sturgeon completed a dramatic reshuffle.
Nicola Sturgeon wielded the axe yesterday as she delivered the most radical reshuffle and restructure of the Cabinet in the 11 years since the SNP took power.
A Fort William primary school has done the Highlands proud by becoming one of the winners of the First Minister’s Reading Challenge 2018.
A Highland MSP will find out by next week if the Scottish Government will back his call for sprinklers to be installed in all new-build social housing.
The north-east economy is poised to receive a £1.4 million boost as about 2,500 delegates flock to Aberdeen today for the start of the SNP conference.
Nicola Sturgeon has vowed to take allegations seriously if they relate to workers’ safety on the Aberdeen bypass project amid claims that accidents were “under-reported”.
The Scottish Government will demand to be involved at “all stages” of post-Brexit trade talks with the US to ensure the £922 million whisky market is protected.
Nicola Sturgeon has ordered a full investigation after being left “absolutely horrified” by a photograph appearing to show a Highland government agency whistleblower taped to a chair and gagged.
Independence could boost the Scottish economy by the equivalent of £4,100 per person if it follows the example of other successful small nations, a new study will conclude.
Nicola Sturgeon has hinted that work from a huge offshore wind farm off the Fife coast could revitalise troubled firm BiFab.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has revealed that a summit will be held next month to draw up fresh plans for action to tackle “unfair and excessive” delivery charges.
BiFab has announced a fresh wave of redundancies just weeks after a Scottish Government-backed rescue package was unveiled for the troubled firm.
Nicola Sturgeon has warned that “nothing is more important” in the offshore industry than safety, as the sector prepares to mark the 30th anniversary of the Piper Alpha disaster.
Nicola Sturgeon has been challenged to act to prevent any more expectant mothers from the Highlands having to make a 520-mile round trip to give birth.
Nicola Sturgeon has said the “eyes of the world” will be on Scotland today as a minimum alcohol unit price is introduced for the first time.
A mothballed fabrication yard on the Western Isles was on the brink of being reborn last night after a landmark deal was struck to take over troubled firm BiFab.
Leading members of Scotland’s energy sector and the wider business community have united to create a new mentoring programme aimed at increasing the number of women in senior executive roles.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has pledged to investigate a row over the introduction of controversial parking charges at island airports.