With less than a week till Scotland elects a new parliament, Edinburgh nursery children today helped turn Scotland Green as the Scottish Greens campaign to win MSP representation in every one of the 8 parliamentary regions.
After the first meeting of Edinburgh City Council since the school repairs crisis broke, Green councillors say a clear commitment to an independent inquiry is needed to rebuild trust.
The Scottish Greens today (27 April) welcomed the latest opinion poll, suggesting a record number of Green MSPs will be elected on 5 May.
The Scottish Greens today (26 April) underlined their commitment to supporting unpaid carers by visiting Leuchie House National Respite Centre in East Lothian.
Gavin Corbett predicts a tight race in the battle for Lothian list votes on 5 May.
Alison Johnstone calls on government, local and national, to stand up for a homes programme which meets housing need, not developer greed.
Green Group councillor Melanie Main spoke out for an inquiry during the Corporate Policy and Strategy meeting earlier this week which included discussion of an emergency motion on the closure of 17 schools.
The Scottish Greens today (12 April) launched their 2016 election manifesto, pledging to deliver a bolder Holyrood and a better Scotland.
School pupils displaced by the Edinburgh PPP schools crisis could be given free access to Edinburgh Leisure Centres and pools, exhibitions at the Museums and historical sites run by Historic Environment Scotland.
Green councillors and candidates are demanding that a root and branch review is carried out after a private consortium admitted that it cannot guarantee the safety of 17 schools it built and manages in the capital.