Nicola Sturgeon got her skates on as she visited Aberdeen’s Christmas market on the election campaign trail.
The Scottish Greens have said it would be a “mistake” for a Scottish independence referendum to be delayed until after a Brexit transition period.
Political parties should stand on their own merit in the General Election campaign, Patrick Harvie has said, after his counterparts in England and Wales entered a “Remain alliance” with the Liberal Democrats and Plaid Cymru.
The leaders of the Scottish Greens have said it is their party’s job to “inject radical ideas” into UK politics.
Fears have been raised that new energy technologies in the north could be “held to ransom” by the SNP and Green Party.
Aberdeen environmental campaigner Guy Ingerson yesterday launched a bid to become co-leader of the Scottish Green Party with an attack on fossil fuels.
John Swinney defied Green Party calls to rethink the £6 billion dualling of the A9 and A96 and reinvest the cash in the Highland railway line.
Aberdeenshire East MSP Gillian Martin has warned that Holyrood could lose its pro-independence majority if the Greens fail to support the Scottish Government’s budget.
Convicted prisoners are banned from voting in the UK.
Labour, Green and Lib Dem MSPs have voted in favour of tax rises to fund extra spending on public services like the NHS and schools.
Nicola Sturgeon has claimed Brexit is “threatening the underpinning principle” of devolution and called for a new cross-party consensus to boost Holyrood’s powers.
Green energy schemes, an income tax review and a plan to tackle homelessness were among the key features of Nicola Sturgeon’s “fresh, bold and ambitious” programme for government.
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An industrial revolution in renewable energy could create more than 200,000 new jobs, according to the Scottish Green manifesto.
Nicola Sturgeon has backed her Environment Secretary Roseanna Cunningham following chaotic scenes as a Holyrood independence debate was stopped because of the London terror attacks.
Donald Trump’s election as US President may result in some awkward moments for Scottish politicians who have made critical remarks about him in the past.
Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn last night apologised on behalf of his party for the "disastrous" decision to invade Iraq in 2003.
With just one full week of campaigning left ahead of May's Scottish Holyrood election, voters have been heading online in their droves to ask some big questions about the parties and the electoral process.
The co-convener of the Scottish Green's has branded Donald Trump an "arrogant, racist bully" and urged Nicola Sturgeon to stop him investing in Prestwick Airport.
The Scottish Greens has launched its campaign for the Holyrood elections with an "extravagant" promise to deliver more than 200,000 renewables jobs.
Aberdeen University rector Maggie Chapman is facing calls to stand down as co-leader of the Scottish Greens amid a row over her student past.
A former SNP MSP who left the party over its support of NATO membership has joined the Greens.
A Dutch firm's appointment to run Scottish trains for the next sparked anger among politicians and unions.
Politicians from all sides of the independence debate have paid tribute to Alex Salmond after he announced he was standing down as First Minister.
The referendum is over but the time for a stronger Scottish government with a more involved electorate is just beginning - that was the message from politicians across the parties who took to Twitter after the vote.
Terminally ill people should be able to exercise their choice to end their lives, it has been suggested.
Campaigners fighting for assisted suicide to be legalised in Scotland will today hand over a 2,500-signature petition to the MSP leading the charge.
Community land supporters have claimed legislation is needed to sweep aside "anachronistic" ownership patterns.
Armed police officers were deployed on the streets of the Highlands and Islands before the creation of the national police service'