Despite significant investment in tackling health inequalities in Scotland since devolution, the gap between rich and poor remains persistently wide, according to an inquiry by the Health and Sport Committee.
Over the festive season, children and adults alike will be entertained by some of the leading edge technology created by the video games industry.
New research on the impact of welfare reform on Scottish households has been commissioned by a Scottish Parliament committee for 2015.
As a momentous year for Scotland draws to a close, the Scottish Parliament marks its fifteenth year with a round-up of the numbers at Holyrood in 2014.
Scotland Office Minister, David Mundell MP, has agreed to meet with members of the Welfare Reform Committee in the New Year, it was announced today as MSPs prepared to debate welfare reform.
Scotland’s connections to the wider world will be examined in 2015 when the European and External Relations Committee begins an inquiry into how Scotland can engage most effectively in a globalising world.
The achievability of the waiting time standard of seeing patients in less than 4 hours in 98 percent of all visits to A and E has been questioned by the Scottish Parliament’s Public Audit Committee.
Latest details of all MSPs parliamentary expenses are published on the web today.
Views are being sought on the Community Charge Debt (Scotland) Bill, it was announced today.
Plans to create a duty to provide crisis grants for people on low incomes and to support independent living have been welcomed by the Scottish Parliament’s Welfare Reform Committee.
How to successfully grow Scotland’s creative industries will be the focus of a new inquiry announced today by the Scottish Parliament’s Economy, Energy and Tourism Committee.
Rates of wildlife crime detection and prosecution must be improved, following an inquiry by the Scottish Parliament’s Rural Affairs, Climate Change and Environment Committee (RACCE).
Promoting the use of British Sign Language (BSL) is the focus of a new bill being considered by the Scottish Parliament’s Education and Culture Committee.
All contractor staff working at the Scottish Parliament will be guaranteed a Living Wage, Presiding Officer Tricia Marwick announced today.
The eighth annual St Andrew’s Day Debate will take place in the Scottish Parliament on Monday 1 December.