The inside track
Scotland's new independence poll question has won support from both sides of the debate.
First Minister Alex Salmond has delivered the inaugural Jimmy Reid Foundation annual lecture, entitled "addressing alienation - the opportunity of independence"
A poll published by the Sunday Times shows support for the SNP remains at exactly the same levels as in the 2011 landslide election victory - almost six years into our term in Government.
A sharp rise in the value of exports from Scotland’s utilities sector has underlined the growing opportunities that the renewable energy sector is providing to Scotland’s economy
Below is the speech given by the Deputy First Minister in Dublin to the British-Irish Chamber of Commerce
The First Minister writes here about the Westminster Parliament concluding its consideration of the Section 30 order and why one of the first duties of the parliament of an independent Scotland would be to establish a convention to draw up a written constitution.
Finance Secretary John Swinney writes here about how an independent Scotland will be able to strengthen its competitive business environment and create a business culture that specifically meets the needs of innovators and entrepreneurs.
First Minister and SNP Party Leader Alex Salmond discusses the coming year, saying 2013 will answer the big questions on Scotland's future.
An expert group which will advise on how a fairer welfare system can be introduced in an independent Scotland has been unveiled by Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon - a welfare system which protects the vulnerable and supports Scottish households.
The SNP’s membership has surged by almost a quarter during 2012. Up-to-date figures published by the party find that – at the end of 2012, there are now 24,732 members. This compares to 20,139 at this point last year – a rise of 22.8%.