School pupils will discuss emergency responses to flooding as part of an event to be held at the Scottish Parliament tomorrow.
Reducing environmental harm and improving access to the Parliament’s procurement process for small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) and Scottish suppliers are two of the main aims of a new strategy released today.
Do Scotland’s ferries currently meet the needs of the communities they serve? This is one of the questions a Scottish Parliament committee will address as part of its inquiry into Ferry Services in Scotland.
One third of Scots believe there is sometimes a good reason to be prejudiced according to a controversial report on the nature and extent of discrimination in Scotland.
Police resources are currently inadequate to meet present commitments. That is the conclusion reached by the Scottish Parliament’s Justice Committee today in the Report of its Inquiry into the Effective Use of Police Resources.
The Scottish Parliament’s Finance Committee has today published its report on the Scottish Government’s first Draft Budget.
The Scottish Parliament’s Economy, Energy and Tourism Committee and Education, Lifelong Learning and Culture Committee are to join forces with the Scottish Trades Union Congress (STUC) to explore why Scotland’s workforce lags behind other countries.
Residents of Elgin will have an opportunity to view the Scottish Parliament’s Rural Affairs and Environment Committee in operation when it meets at Moray College in Elgin on Tuesday 19 February.