This April, the Scottish Parliament’s Main Hall will play host to science themed fun, where visitors will be able to take part in live science experiments
Scotland’s creative agencies should work closely with the industry to establish clearly defined strategies and ensure that support can be tailored to industry needs, according to a report by a parliamentary committee.
Cultural and structural change is needed to strengthen Holyrood’s committee system, says Scottish Parliament Presiding Officer Tricia Marwick.
Carers are today being asked for their views on legislation that aims to improve the support available to them and set out their rights in law.
Parents and schools need to work to together to help children achieve their best. This is just one of the findings to come from a survey of parents conducted on behalf of the Scottish Parliament’s Education and Culture Committee.
The security of Scotland’s energy supply will be the subject of an inquiry by the Scottish Parliament’s Economy, Energy and Tourism Committee.
How attainment levels for school pupils with a sensory impairment can be improved is to be the focus of a short inquiry announced today (25 March) by the Scottish Parliament’s Education and Culture Committee.
The Justice Committee has issued a call for evidence as it prepares to consider the Fatal Accidents and Sudden Deaths etc. (Scotland) Bill.
The licensing of air weapons has today (23 March) come a step closer following the publication of the Scottish Parliament’s Local Government and Regeneration Committee’s stage one report on the Air Weapons and Licensing (Scotland) Bill.
Businesses in Aberdeen will today be asked for their experience in exporting goods and services to the rest of the world by MSPs on the Economy, Energy and Tourism Committee.
An impressive line-up of inspiring women are taking part in a forthcoming event at Holyrood on 23 March has been announced today by the Presiding Officer the Rt Hon Tricia Marwick MSP.
Measures to make the legislative process in Scotland more transparent have today (20 March) been published by the Scottish Parliament’s Standards, Procedures and Public Appointments Committee.
The Scottish Housing Regulator is to be asked to take forward work to deliver a range of improvements to its operations and to provide evidence on progress to the Infrastructure and Capital Investment Committee.
Scottish Government plans to end the current system of automatic early release (AER) for certain types of prisoner have been supported in principle by the overwhelming majority of the Parliament’s Justice Committee.
A Holyrood committee has called for a guarantee that the NHS and other public services in Scotland would not be adversely affected by a controversial trade deal being negotiated between the European Union and USA.
Evidence that shows the link between the UK Government’s welfare reform and an increase in the use of food banks has been sent to Scotland Office Minister David Mundell MP by the Scottish Parliament’s Welfare Reform Committee.
The impact of recent welfare reforms on women in Scotland will be the focus of a new inquiry by the Scottish Parliament’s Welfare Reform Committee.
Hundreds of women from diverse backgrounds will gather in the Scottish Parliament tomorrow (Saturday 14 March) to celebrate International Women’s Day.
NHS Highland is to be recalled to give evidence to the Public Audit Committee in order for MSPs to question them again on their management of NHS Highland’s finances in 2013/14.
The future of Longannet power station in Fife will be investigated today by the Scottish Parliament’s Economy, Energy and Tourism Committee.
The enthusiasm with which 16 and 17 year olds embraced the opportunity to vote in last year’s referendum should be supported by schools in the run up to other elections, a Scottish Parliamentary Committee has recommended.
The priorities of Latvia as it holds the presidency of the Council of the European Union will be outlined by the Ambassador of Latvia to the United Kingdom, His Excellency, Andris Teikmanis.
People from across Glasgow can find out how their Scottish Parliament works for them, quiz local MSPs on the issues that matter, and even sit in on a Parliamentary Committee
The third sector and non-governmental organisations are today being asked to give their views to the Scottish Parliament’s European and External Relations Committee as it launches the next stage of its ‘Connecting Scotland’ inquiry.
Inspiring young women to be the best that they can be is the key focus of a major event being held at Holyrood on Monday 23 March, hosted by the Presiding Officer, the Rt Hon Tricia Marwick MSP.
The adequacy of the audit and accountability arrangements of those who will be delivering the proposed new devolved powers in future is to be the focus of work launched today by Public Audit Committee.
Measures to improve the transparency of information about MSPs' financial interests are today being proposed by the Scottish Parliament’s Standards Procedures and Public Appointments Committee.
Greater transparency and accountability in discussions between the Scottish and UK Governments on further fiscal devolution have been called for by the Scottish Parliament’s Finance Committee today.
How freight is moved by rail and sea to the rest of the UK, Europe and worldwide was the focus of two Committee visits by the Infrastructure and Capital Investment Committee.
The Justice Committee will host its first roundtable evidence session on the Human Trafficking and Exploitation (Scotland) Bill today.
Parents and people with disabilities are being hit hardest by the UK Government’s programme of welfare reform according to new research commissioned by the Scottish Parliament’s Welfare Reform Committee.
The Devolution (Further Powers) Committee today published its report on the Section 30/63 Order that would see the powers allowing 16 and 17 year olds to vote