A travelling exhibition exploring ten people’s experiences of interacting with the Scottish Parliament will open in Museum nan Eilean, Stornoway on Tuesday 3 August.
Scottish Parliament Presiding Officer Alex Fergusson MSP is visiting Falkirk High School today to speak to youngsters about friendships they have begun with children in Malawi.
Volunteers from Bo'ness and Kinneil Railway will meet Presiding Officer Alex Fergusson MSP today to talk about the work they do to lovingly restore historic locomotives.
Presiding Officer Alex Fergusson MSP will be introduced to three Black Watch veterans as part of his summer programme touring Scotland.
The Scottish Parliament’s Presiding Officer, Alex Fergusson MSP, will take to the air to gain an insight into the work of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency.
The Scottish Parliament’s Presiding Officer, Alex Fergusson MSP will present long-service awards to volunteers at the League of Friends of the Western Isles Hospital in Stornoway.
A Scottish Parliament Committee is calling for evidence as it scrutinises a Bill designed to protect workers against assault.
The Scottish Parliament’s Presiding Officer Alex Fergusson MSP will learn about everything from crofting to the culture and sustainability of the South Uist and Benbecula communities on Thursday 8 July.
A Scottish Parliament committee is launching a call for evidence on the provision of palliative care by the National Health Service in Scotland.
A Scottish Parliament committee is calling for evidence as it launches its inquiry into the country’s enterprise network, comprising Scottish Enterprise, Highlands and Islands Enterprise and Scottish Development International.
The Scottish Parliament’s Presiding Officer, Alex Fergusson MSP, is launching his 2010 Summer engagement programme in Benbecula.
The diverse line-up of speakers and topics featuring in the Festival of Politics 2010 was unveiled today by the Scottish Parliament.
The links between transport and land use planning policies must be strengthened to ensure public transport is put at the heart of new developments, according to a report from the Transport, Infrastructure and Climate Change Committee.
Local newspaper groups must develop a business model which allows them to compete with other news providers and keep pace with technological developments, while maintaining investment in journalists, according to a Scottish Parliament report.