A competition has been launched to give a photography graduate the opportunity of a lifetime – to take a portrait of Her Majesty The Queen on behalf of the Scottish Parliament.
A petitioner has inspired an evidence session on the “slum” housing in parts of Govanhill in Glasgow.
The Scottish Parliament’s Rural Affairs and Environment Committee will meet in Lerwick in March to hear about the challenges facing crofting in the 21st century as it scrutinises the Crofting Reform (Scotland) Bill
The issue of how schools in Scotland are managed and potential changes to their control by local authorities is being highlighted by the Education, Lifelong Learning and Culture Committee which is calling for evidence on the subject.
The Scottish Parliament’s Finance Committee today launches an inquiry into how the public sector is preparing for a period of tightening expenditure
A twinning scheme of MSPs and Malawian parliamentarians is the key objective for two MSPs departing for Malawi today.
The Scottish Parliament’s Rural Affairs and Environment Committee will meet in Thurso later this month to hear about the challenges facing crofting in the 21st century as it scrutinises the Crofting Reform (Scotland) Bill.
The decision by Registers of Scotland to revise its financial projections in light of the recent downturn in the property market was today welcomed by the Scottish Parliament’s Public Audit Committee.
An inquiry into the impact and contribution of migrant populations within Scottish society and the extent and nature of trafficking has been launched today by the Equal Opportunities Committee.
Three new hi-tech ways of getting involved with the Scottish Parliament were launched today by the Public Petitions Committee.
The process followed by the Cabinet Secretary for Justice, Kenny MacAskill MSP, in making the decision that led to the release of Abdelbaset al-Megrahi, is examined in a report published today by the Scottish Parliament’s Justice Committee.
Proposals to use the existing Forth Road Bridge as a public-transport corridor when the new crossing is completed are to be scrutinised by the Scottish Parliament’s Transport, Infrastructure and Climate Change Committee.