Local Authorities must maximise the opportunities presented by City Deals to improve local infrastructure. This is just one conclusion of a report issued today (30 November) by the Scottish Parliament’s Local Government and Regeneration Committee.
Everyone in Scotland should have a right to palliative care according to an inquiry into the issue by the Scottish Parliament’s Health and Sport Committee.
Concern over the amount of betting shops in Scotland’s high streets has today been raised by the Scottish Parliament’s Local Government and Regeneration Committee.
Some of the final works by renowned Scottish artist John Bellany will go on public display, in January 2016, for the first time
Dunfermline is to host the Scottish Parliament for a day as the town becomes the focus for Parliament Day on Monday 7 December.
A new Bill has been introduced to the Scottish Parliament which proposes consolidating the law on bankruptcy and the Delegated Powers and Law Reform Committee has today issued a call for views on the proposals.
The Justice Committee has today supported the general principles of a Bill that aims to create a stronger system for administering and delivering non-custodial justice disposals and measures to reduce reoffending.
All parliamentary business will be suspended at Holyrood at 11am on Wednesday 11 November, to observe a two minute silence on Armistice Day.
A legally enforceable ban on smoking in parts of hospital grounds has been supported by MSPs on the Health and Sport Committee in its stage one report into the Health (Tobacco, Nicotine etc. and Care) Bill.
Women employed by the Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body will have a new opportunity to develop their confidence, skills and leadership capabilities as Holyrood launches its first Women in Leadership programme.
Secondary school pupils from Motherwell will have the opportunity to find out more about how their communities can plan for the resettlement of refugees as part of the town’s Parliament Day on Monday 9 November.