The recommendations on new pension and grants rules for MSPs and office-holders were published by the Scottish Parliamentary Pension Scheme Committee today.
Can Scotland really become the renewable energy capital of the world?
A twenty-five year national, strategic ‘road-map’ for investment in flood management should be established by the Scottish Government says a parliamentary report published today by the Rural Affairs and Environment Committee.
One hundred Scottish primary school children will take up a seat in the Scottish Parliament’s Debating Chamber on Monday 12 May 2008 as part of a nationwide competition to test their knowledge of European affairs.
Serious failures in the running of NHS Western Isles and a failure year after year to have in place adequate financial controls are cited amongst key findings in a report published today by the Scottish Parliament’s Audit Committee.
Affordable rural housing comes under the spotlight as the Scottish Parliament’s Rural Affairs and Environment Committee embarks on a fact-finding visit to the Pitlochry area as part of its inquiry into rural housing on Tuesday 6 May.
Concerns about aspects of the Judiciary and Courts (Scotland) Bill have been raised by the Scottish Parliament’s Justice Committee.
Scotland “getting in early” in the EU legislative process is key to the effective implementation of new laws from Brussels concludes a report published today by the Scottish Parliament’s European and External Relations Committee.
Following the appointment of Professor Alan Miller as Chair of the Scottish Commission for Human Right, Parliament was told of the three new part-time members who will complete the membership of the body created to protect human rights