A look at how the votes will be counted and when the results of the Scottish referendum will be announced.Read the full story ›
Referendum polling stations across Scotland have opened - allowing millions of Scots to decide to whether to go independent or remain part of the United Kingdom.
Voting closes at 10pm, with the results expected to be announced early tomorrow morning.
Scottish people living in Wales have been giving ITV News their opinions about the Scottish referendum vote on Friday.Read the full story ›
While the campaign trail in Scotland has hotted up today, in Wales businesses are keeping a close eye on tomorrow's decision.Read the full story ›
Assembly members debate the proposal that the four nations in the UK are better together and that Scotland should remain in the UnionRead the full story ›
Services that offer free advice in Wales are to get £2m worth of funding to help with the growing demand of people struggling to cope with the economic climate.
The Welsh Government announced the funding will be made available to organisations that give advice on welfare benefits, debt and housing and discrimination across Wales.
The main organisations to receive the funding are:
- Citizens Advice Cymru
- Shelter Cymru
- Snap Cymru
- Age Cymru
Free advice services provide a vital community lifeline to people facing the reality of harsh economic times. Additionally, our support is a key part of our commitment to tackle poverty.
It is vital help is available for people who need assistance with their benefit entitlements, with managing and repaying their debt, in situations where they may be at risk of losing their home or where they feel they are being treated unfairly at work or elsewhere.
Leighton Andrews, the new Minister for Public Services, Rebecca Evans, the Deputy Minister for Farming and Food and Julie James the new Deputy Minister for Skills and Technology have been officially sworn in as Welsh Government Ministers. Julie James says she's looking forward to her new cabinet role
First Minister's Questions: the new term beginsRead the full story ›