National Advisory Council on Women and Girls circle event

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon's speech, January 2019.

In many ways, this venue, the Surgeons Hall is an appropriate place for us

Transitioning to carbon neutrality

Remit and initial Commission members announced.

The first members of Scotland’s Just Transition Commission have been announced, alongside publication of the

Landmark Scottish Crown Estate legislation passed

Local authorities and communities will have a stronger voice in the management of Scottish Crown Estate assets.

Under reforms passed by

Fiona Hyslop speaking at the Arctic Circle Assembly

Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Tourism and External Affairs.

Harpa Centre, Reykjavik

Thank you Dagfinnur [Sveinbjörnsson, CEO, Arctic Circle] for the introduction and

Increase in renewable electricity and installed capacity

Renewable electricity continues to grow in Scotland.

Renewable electricity generation in Scotland has increased in the first six months of 2018

Investing in the Malawian economy

Funds allocated to businesses to drive development.

Two companies in Malawi will benefit from funding from the Scottish African Lakes Company

Climate change is an immediate and urgent problem

Scottish Household Survey 2017.

Concern about climate change is at a record high, according to findings of the Scottish Household Survey

Museum spot for Baby Box

Box will be placed into childhood exhibition.

Scotland's Baby Box will be preserved in history when it is placed into the

Malicious Mischief? Women's Suffrage in Scotland

Issued on behalf of National Records of Scotland.

A new exhibition by National Records of Scotland (NRS) brings together records of

A fairer, more socially responsible collaborative economy

FM announces £172,000 fund to promote collaborative working.

Social entrepreneurs and innovators are being invited to apply for grants up to

Andy Murray supports Daily Mile initiative

Tennis ace will use public profile to champion active lifestyle across the UK.

Tennis legend Andy Murray has announced a partnership

Electric bike revolution

£1.3m for electric bike revolution in Scotland.

Two new funds have been announced to encourage more people to start using

Commitment to net-zero greenhouse gas emissions

New legislation set to be ‘toughest in the world’.

Scotland will become one of the first countries to achieve a 100%

Fight against throwaway culture

Experts from retail, the waste and chemical industries, the public sector and academia have joined a Scottish Government panel tackling

This weekend, March 25, Scots around the country will join in with the world’s biggest environmental event.

IT'S THE most spectacular – and unusual – light show on Earth. At 8.30pm on Saturday hundreds of Scottish landmarks,

We have to stand in when managers leave

I have worked as a team leader in a store for six years for a large retail company. In the

Scotland signs climate change agreement with California

Nicola Sturgeon has signed an agreement with the Government of California pledging to work together on climate change.

The First Minister

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A 2050 vision for energy in Scotland:

This is our 2050 vision for energy in Scotland:

A flourishing, competitive local and national energy sector, delivering secure, affordable, clean

First Minister opens Scottish Renewables' Annual Conference

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon speaking on day one, sets out her commitment to green energy.

Thank you, Matthieu, and thanks also

Our welfare reforms are ­incentivising work

Women who have a child conceived due to rape will have to fill in an eight-page form to prevent the

the Lady M has arrived in Greenock

Super-yacht the Lady M owned by Alexey Mordashov, has arrived in Greenock.

The Lady M is powered by two MTU 16V4000 engines,

aYe Scotland

Yes2 has rebranded and will now be known as aYe Scotland. John McHarg, aYe Scotland co-leader explains the reasons behind

Yew Tree heads

The Yew Tree heads depict an Easter Island Moai statue, a Central American  Olmec and a Corinthian warrior of ancient

Scotland’s changing TV landscape

Seven in ten Scots watch multiple episodes back-to-back New technology is changing when, where and how we watch TV But live