The inside track
Ahead of the devolution of further powers to Scotland, Deputy First Minister and Finance Secretary John Swinney has said that the new finance deal must be fair and must deliver real power to Scotland.
Nicola talks about her responsibility to inspire and encourage young women, and the importance of fully empowering women.
Cabinet Secretary for Justice Michael Matheson MSP explains why the Scottish Govenment believes a free press is the cornerstone of a healthy democracy.
After a six-day, 15,000-mile whistle stop tour of Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon writes on Scotland leading in global innovation.
London can’t help but have noticed the arrival of a significant Scottish presence in the last few months. The 56 SNP MPs and the importance of Scotland to the political discussion at Westminster has once again put the focus on events north of the border.
The opportunity social media provides for a broader range of opinions to be heard is something precious, writes Nicola Sturgeon.
SNP Westminster Leader Angus Robertson MP, in today’s Sunday Herald highlights the SNP’s strong opposition to the Tory government – and Labour’s abject failure to stand up to David Cameron.
16 and 17 year will be able to vote in Scottish elections following the historic passing of the Scottish Elections (Reduction of Voting Age) Bill today.
Nicola Sturgeon writes a diary about her trip to New York and Washington.