February

Easterhouse to host Parliament Day this March

26.02.2015

Encouraging more people from all walks of life to get involved in the political process will be the key focus when Easterhouse hosts the Scottish Parliament on Monday March 16th at the local Arts centre The Bridge on Westerhouse Road.

Committee urges - address the short term pain and build ‘Team Scotland’

20.02.2015

Steps must be taken to ease the short-term pain of dairy farmers, long-term lessons must be learned from the mistakes of First Milk and a new ‘Team Scotland’ approach to sales of Scottish dairy products must come into play if the sector is to thrive

World’s most powerful laser to go on display at the Scottish Parliament

19.02.2015

Science will be brought to life this April as the Scottish Parliament announces it is to host an interactive exhibition featuring a replica of the world’s most powerful laser.

Grangemouth the focus of Committee visit

17.02.2015

Two Scottish Parliament Committees have visited the Port of Grangemouth, owned by Forth Ports, as part of inquiries into freight transport and exports.

First Minister to appear before Holyrood’s Committee Conveners

10.02.2015

The First Minister will face questions from all of the Scottish Parliament’s Committee Conveners on her Government’s legislative programme on Wednesday 18 February.

Parliament Day comes to Dumfries

09.02.2015

Talented school pupils, thriving businesses and controversial local issues will come into focus this month when the Scottish Parliament comes to Dumfries on Monday 23 February.

MSPs Visit Malawi

06.02.2015

Deputy Presiding Officer, Elaine Smith MSP is leading the delegation, accompanied by James Dornan MSP and Liam McArthur MSP.

A register of lobbying should be established, says Committee

06.02.2015

A register of lobbying should be established according to a report issued today (6 February) by the Scottish Parliament’s Standards, Procedures and Public Appointments Committee.

Make your voice heard at the Scottish Parliament

02.02.2015

Local people keen to have their voice heard by their MSP and the Scottish Parliament