The First Minister held her regular press conference in Bute House and began with an update on the fiscal framework negotiations
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The First Minister visited Living Wage employer St Joseph’s Service who offer care at home and housing support to adults with learning disabilities in the Edinburgh area and heard from care workers already being paid the additional wage. Ahead of the Budget stage one debate in the Scottish Parliament, the First Minister urged local authorities… Read more »
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon confirms funding for Lessons from Auschwitz Project.
The First Minister visited Dundee to see the progress of the £100m Central Waterfront infrastructure plan and announce that it will be completed ahead of schedule and on budget
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has paid her respects to those who died as a result of the bin lorry crash which happened in Glasgow’s Queen Street one year ago today. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is among those attending the service at Glasgow Cathedral #GlasgowRemembers pic.twitter.com/AzslBNAIlm — Heart Scotland News (@HeartScotNews) December 22, 2015 She also… Read more »
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon welcomed Minister-President Geert Bourgeois from the Government of Flanders to Scotland.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has recognised the extraordinary bravery of a group of heroes whose selfless acts helped save lives and bring reassurance to the public. During a reception at Bute House the First Minister awarded members of the blue-light services, voluntary sector and a member of the public with a St Andrew’s Award. The 11 Award… Read more »
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon unveiled Virgin’s new ‘Flying Scotsman’ train, celebrating one of the most famous names in railway history. Virgin Trains also announced today a £16m contract to refurbish engines for its High Speed Trains, which are serviced and maintained at its Edinburgh depot. Speaking from Edinburgh Waverley Station the First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said: For… Read more »