'News hound' wanted by Scottish Parliament


One lucky journalism student could be reporting from the frontline of Scottish politics as the winner of a competition launched today by the Parliament and the Fife Free Press.

Parliament's 'Moving Stories' exhibition moves to Dumfries


On Thursday 28 October the Parliament's 'moving Stories' exhibition - exploring ten people’s experiences of interacting with the Scottish Parliament - will open in Dumfries Museum.

Holyrood welcomes back Scottish Youth Parliament


Holyrood is set to open its doors to over 100 Members of the Scottish Youth Parliament (MSYPs), as they meet for two days to debate and discuss issues affecting young people in Scotland today, beginning on Friday 29 October.

Economy, Energy And Tourism Committee to meet on Skye


As part of its inquiry into Scotland’s enterprise network - including Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) - the Parliament’s Economy, Energy and Tourism Committee (EET) is travelling to Skye next month.

Committee concerns over 2014 Games


Ticket sales projections for the Glasgow Commonwealth Games may be too ambitious and may need to be reviewed, according to a report published today by the Public Audit Committee.

Committee welcomes senior salary wage freeze in view of financial challenges facing NHS


In its report – Overview of the NHS in Scotland’s performance 2008/09 – the Public Audit Committee welcomes the savings that senior staff pay freezes and the reduction in management posts will deliver to the NHS.

Holyrood welcomes voluntary groups to conference


Holyrood will welcome dozens of local voluntary groups and charity organisations from across Scotland to empower and encourage them to engage with their parliament.

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