The First Minister has unveiled her 2018 Christmas card and announced the photograph will be auctioned for charity.
Mark Drakeford described a vote of no confidence in Theresa May as a “species of madness” in his first speech after being confirmed as the new First Minister of Wales.
Carwyn Jones spoke of his “sadness” and “pride” in his final statement as First Minister of Wales on Tuesday.
Hotels and restaurants across Scotland could struggle to operate if Brexit leads to a bar on migrant workers.
Council leaders across the north and north-east yesterday welcomed the First Minister’s announcement that she will hold a consultation on a national tourist tax.
Nicola Sturgeon is traversing a tightrope on the issue that will define her premiership – independence for Scotland.
I feel a huge sadness about this whole situation.
The First Minister has announced a £54.5million fund to help tackle fuel poverty in Scotland.
Nicola Sturgeon has instructed all NHS Boards to follow procurement regulations following an Audit Scotland report into the financial mismanagement of NHS Highland contracts.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has today backed the Press and Journal’s Save Our Banks campaign.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has hailed a new facility in Aberdeen as a key element in the quest to “unlock” the North Sea’s remaining reserves.
Plans to transform the A9 into Scotland’s first “electric highway” have been revealed by the Scottish Government.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has defended her predecessor Alex Salmond after he was criticised for telling a “sexist” joke at his Edinburgh Fringe show.
Nicola Sturgeon has called on opposition parties to abandon the Tories' "reckless" pursuit of a hard Brexit.
Anti-austerity plan to unlock £118billion for public services expected to be key pledge in SNP manifesto
An anti-austerity plan to unlock £118billion for public services will be a key plank of the SNP manifesto unveiled by Nicola Sturgeon today.
A fisherman who has campaigned with Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has been reported to police over a series of abusive messages to First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
No money will be made available from Holyrood to make up for any losses suffered by Scottish women due to the controversial "rape clause", Nicola Sturgeon said.
Aberdeen's teacher vacancy crisis may continue until 2020, new documents have revealed.
A Highland MSP has been reprimanded by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon for breaking an embargo over a crucial report, the Press and Journal can reveal.
Salmond: Sturgeon will press for indyref2 next autumn if Government rejects bespoke Scottish Brexit plan
Former first minister Alex Salmond has predicated his successor will push for a second independence referendum next autumn if the UK Government rejects her bespoke Scottish Brexit plan.
Nicola Sturgeon is to officially open the £19 million Lews Castle museum and hotel in Stornoway.
The First Minister has paid tribute to Conservative MSP Alex Johnstone.
Nicola Sturgeon joined sports stars of the future to mark the official opening of Scotland's new £33 million performance centre.
Nicola Sturgeon has been re-elected as First Minister despite a surprise challenge from the leader of the Scottish Liberal Democrats.
Scotland's First Minister has pledged to do everything she can to save the Rio Tinto smelter in Lochaber.
It is a rare day indeed when First Minister’s Questions can be branded insane.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has warned the public to be prepared for the possibility of Scottish casualties after a terrorist attack which killed at least 38 in Tunisia.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has launched a three-year plan for the future of enterprise in the north.
David Cameron has rejected a last-ditch plea from Scottish political leaders to reconsider the closure of an emergency rescue centre in Moray.
Plans announced by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon yesterday for a new energy jobs task force have been welcomed by industry and business bodies.
It is no surprise that former First Minister Alex Salmond has announced he hopes to be elected the new MP for Gordon at the General Election next May.
It is the highlight of the Holyrood week and the chance for opposition leaders to hold the head of the Scottish Government to account.