The Presiding Officer Alex Fergusson MSP will lead the Scottish Parliament's cross-party delegation to North America, it was announced today. The delegates will be Frank McAveety MSP, David McLetchie MSP, Alex Neil MSP and Iain Smith MSP.
The Finance Committee is today launching a review of the Parliament's process for scrutinising the Scottish Government's budget.
Child poverty experts will meet with the Scottish Parliament’s Local Government Committee in a roundtable event on Wednesday 26 March at Glasgow City Chambers.
Views on the general principles of the Creative Scotland Bill are being sought in a call for written evidence issued today by the Scottish Parliament’s Education, Lifelong Learning and Culture Committee.
Proposals contained in the Public Health (Scotland) Bill have today been endorsed by the Scottish Parliament’s Health and Sport Committee.
The Subordinate Legislation Committee of the Scottish Parliament has called for a Scottish Government bill to streamline and improve the scrutiny of secondary legislation in a report published today.
An inquiry focussing on the effectiveness of community policing in Scotland was launched today by the Scottish Parliament’s Justice Committee .
The Local Government and Communities Committee publish their Planning Application Processes (Menie Estate) Report Volume 1 today with a second volume of evidence published tomorrow.
Controversial law reform carried out in Canada and Australia to reduce the harm of illegal drugs and regain control of their supply is the focus of a Scottish Futures Forum event at the Scottish Parliament on Wednesday (12 March).
The findings of an independent panel appointed by the Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body (SPCB) to carry out a full-scale review of the Parliament’s Allowances Schemes have been received today.
Residents of the north east will have the opportunity to view the Scottish Parliament’s Economy, Energy and Tourism Committee in operation when it meets in the Council Chamber of Aberdeen City Council on Monday 10 March 2008.
Availability of cancer treatment drugs on the NHS has been announced today as the subject of an inquiry by the Public Petitions Committee.