about 2 hours ago
First Minister to launch economic report
First Minister Alex Salmond and Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will launch a report on Scotland's economic strengths and the case for independence in Falkirk today (21st May).
They say that Scotland has the talent and the resources to be more successful but needs the full economic levers to fulfil its potential.
5:27 pm, Thu 01 Nov 2012 Businesses bid to save museum
Shambellie House closure update
The campaign against closing Scotland's National Museum of Costumes has stepped up a gear.
The museum in Dumfries is under threat because of budget cuts.
The fight to save it stepped up a gear as local politicians held talks with senior management and the First Minister was questioned on what was being done.
Kathryn Samson reports:
3:43 pm, Mon 15 Oct 2012 Prime Minister meets First Minister
How would Scottish independence affect Cumbria?
As David Cameron and Alex Salmond reach agreement on the referendum into Scottish Independence ITV Border have been looking at how it would affect Cumbria.
As a county right on the border a 'Yes' vote for Scotland to go independent would have far reaching effects as Kim Inglis reports:
2:51 pm, Mon 15 Oct 2012 Prime Minister meets First Minister
Scottish referendum: Cameron gives Salmond go-ahead
The Prime Minister David Cameron has signed a deal with Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond, giving Holyrood power to hold an historic referendum on independence.
The agreement paves the way for a vote in 2014 on whether Scotland should leave the UK.
2:43 pm, Mon 15 Oct 2012 Prime Minister meets First Minister
The Prime Minister David Cameron has signed a deal with Scotland's First minister Alex Salmond, granting Holyrood power to hold an historic referendum on independence. The agreement paves the way for a vote in two years time on whether Scotland should leave the UK.
Kathryn Samson sent this report from Edinburgh
4:18 pm, Wed 18 Jul 2012 Salmond defends delay
Alex Salmond defends gay marriage delay
Scotland's First Minister has defended his Government's delay in making a decision on same sex marriage laws.
There was anger from equality campaigners and opposition politicians yesterday when a widely expected announcement was put on hold.
Alex Salmond says a decision will be taken by the end of the month but more time is needed to look at the details.
The government has now set up a special committee chaired by deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon to examine the legal issues.
But it rejected calls from Catholic leader Cardinal Keith O’Brien for a referendum