Mother-of-two Pat Bremner explains why she has decided to vote Yes on 18 September.
A report by the Child Poverty Action Group has cast light on the damning future that could await 100,000 children in the event of a No vote.
In today’s Sunday Herald, Iain Macwhirter asks whether recent No campaign economic interventions have been counterproductive. The journalist also critiques the anti-independence side’s lack of positivity and states that a campaign "based almost entirely on fear is a campaign that has lost the argument".
"UK OK" is the slogan for the Better Together campaign. The UK is OK...? I don't agree. In the year 2014, the UK is certainly not 'OK' for many women.
Green councillor Maggie Chapman explains that changing the perception of women’s contribution to society and the economy is one of the most important things we can do in the new Scotland.
Businesswoman Helen MacDonough explores the chances offered to women by Scotland becoming independent.
Amy McKechnie says that, with Yes, women can be part of creating a new type of society.
Cat Boyd explains that a Yes vote is not just a vote for a new Scotland, but that it is a vote for women.
The Herald reports that the Yes campaign has been “boosted” after the chief executive of insurance giant Aviva said the referendum was not an issue for his company. Mark Wilson, whose firm employs 2500 staff north of the Border, said last night: "We operate all around the world and in many jurisdictions and in many places so I really think that's not an issue for us to focus on."