Urgent action needs to be taken to improve the regulation of the Scottish salmon farming industry and to address fish health and environmental challenges, a Holyrood Committee has concluded.
Key targets for the delivery of the flagship Developing the Young Workforce Programme are not being met. This is just one of the findings from a report issued today by Holyrood’s Education and Skills Committee.
The general principles of legislation aiming to ensure health and social care providers are providing adequate numbers of suitably qualified staff and high-quality services have been supported by the Health and Sport Committee.
Artwork from some of Scotland’s most talented amateur photographers has gone on display as part of a new exhibition at the Scottish Parliament.
What role should standardised assessments play in Scotland’s schools? A new inquiry by Holyrood’s Education and Skills Committee will explore
A Holyrood Committee is seeking views on the establishment of a new enterprise agency dedicated to the south of Scotland.
There is a lack of public health policies designed to prevent illness according to MSPs on the Health and Sport Committee.
Changing attitudes to young people, making a difference in the community and improving youth mental health are just some of the projects which Scotland’s inspirational young people are tackling.
Ensuring the voices of Scotland’s young people continue to be heard is at the core of a closer working relationship between the Scottish Parliament and Scottish Youth Parliament.
Plans to reduce the speed limit on most residential and urban streets across Scotland from 30mph to 20mph are being considered by a Holyrood committee.
Much of Scotland’s land will remain outside the proposed Register of Controlled Interests in Land, whose purpose is to make land ownership more transparent, according to a report by the Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Committee
Holyrood’s Finance & Constitution Committee warns of strong evidence of a demographic risk to the size of Scottish budget
An inquiry into how young people access mental health support in Scotland is being launched by the Public Petitions Committee.
Committee backs raising age of criminal responsibility
Artwork from some of Scotland’s most talented amateur photographers is to go on display later this month as part of a new exhibition at the Scottish Parliament.
Holyrood’s Equalities and Human Rights Committee is launching a call for views on proposed changes that would remove the defence of ‘reasonable chastisement’ from Scots law.
The names of all those who died serving on behalf of Scotland in the First World War will be projected onto the Scottish Parliament building on Sunday 11 November 2018 to mark the 100th anniversary of the Armistice.