Does Scotland’s regulatory system ensure that care services for older people are providing good quality and appropriate care? This question is key, according to the Health and Sport Committee who launched its inquiry on care regulation today.
Details of two very unique opening sessions of the Scottish Parliament happening more than 300 years apart have been revealed today.
How is the Scottish Government encouraging a more preventative approach to public spending?
Representatives from the ‘big six’ energy suppliers, the regulator Ofgem, consumer groups and fuel poverty bodies will give evidence on energy prices to the Economy, Energy and Tourism Committee on Wednesday 29 June at 10am in committee room 4.
The new Scotland Bill Committee has today agreed a timetable of scrutiny which will see its recommendations and findings reported back to the Scottish Parliament by no later than December 2011.
Representatives from the police, church, legal profession and Scottish football have all been invited to give evidence to the Justice Committee on Tuesday 21 and Wednesday 22 June.
Over 80 students from secondary schools across Scotland will tonight attend the final of the annual Donald Dewar Memorial Debating Tournament at the Scottish Parliament.
A fundraiser for veterans, a volunteer at a soup kitchen and a hospice visitor have been named today by Holyrood’s Presiding Officer and Deputy Presiding Officers as the local heroes who will join them at the opening of the Fourth Session.
More than 200 teenagers from across Scotland will use art, music, dance and drama to illustrate their political hopes and dreams for the future, thanks to an innovative Parliament education project to be held at Holyrood on Friday 17 June.
Primary school children from across Scotland will gather in the Scottish Parliament’s Debating Chamber on Monday 6 June, to compete in the annual Euroquiz final, testing their knowledge of European affairs.
'The sound of young Scotland' will ring out at Holyrood on Friday 1 July as a showcase of young Scottish musical talent perform as part of an afternoon of free entertainment for theOpening of the Fourth Session of the Scottish Parliament.
Politics and theatre will collide when the Hopscotch Theatre Company brings ‘The Scottish Parliament Show’ to Holyrood on Thursday 9 June.