Some of Scotland’s youngest climate change protesters have been invited to have their say at the Scottish Parliament.
The Scottish Parliament is throwing open its doors to families during the Easter holidays, with a wide variety of activities for children of all ages to explore the world of science.
Justice Committee review of Police and Fire services highlights improving picture but identifies ‘raft of improvements’ still required
The Scottish Parliament should have the opportunity to scrutinise and agree all UK Common frameworks says Holyrood’s Finance & Constitution Committee.
Major photography exhibition showcases the effects of human activity on Earth
An inquiry into the future of funding for the arts in Scotland has been launched today by MSPs on the Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Relations Committee.
The absence of basic data on mental health care provision means it’s not possible to say what difference public services make to young people’s mental health, according to Holyrood’s Public Audit Committee.
A new digital exhibit that celebrates the lives and achievements of one hundred women across the country has gone on display at the Scottish Parliament.
Views on a proposed national long-term investment bank are being sought by the Economy, Energy and Fair Work Committee as part of a new inquiry into the Scottish National Investment Bank (SNIB) Bill.
Committee calls for public inquiry into Glasgow School of Art fires
The Rural Economy and Connectivity Committee has endorsed the general principles of the Transport (Scotland) Bill.
MSPs to visit Skye to hear views on ‘anti-smacking’ Bill
The future of EU Structural Funding following Brexit is to be the subject of a new parliamentary inquiry at Holyrood, it has been announced.
The creation of a new South of Scotland enterprise agency has been given full support by the Scottish Parliament’s Rural Economy and Connectivity Committee.
A Holyrood Committee has welcomed Scotland’s ambition to tackle climate change but has called for greater urgency to stop global temperatures rising to dangerous levels.
A Holyrood Committee is looking for a wide range of views on the effectiveness of the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002.