It includes 10 million colourful stitches, took 25,000 painstaking hours to complete and depicts the journey of one of Scotland’s most famous historical characters.
What key opportunities exist for innovation and the use of technology in health and social care over the next ten years and will this lead to significant change in how the service is managed and delivered?
How much rubbish is generated in Scotland? And would “cash for trash” incentives help in changing wasteful behaviours?
A picture of inconsistent and inadequate provision of Personal and Social Education for Scotland’s young people in some of Scotland’s schools has been revealed by the Scottish Parliament’s Education and Skills Committee.
Targets aimed at reducing child poverty in Scotland are too long range according to a report issued today by the Scottish Parliament’s Social Security Committee.
“Destitution is built into the UK asylum process”. This is the stark message of a report issued today by MSPs on the Scottish Parliament’s Equalities and Human Rights Committee.
A Holyrood Committee is seeking views on the removal of barriers to participation in grassroots sport.
Is it ethically wrong to use wild animals in travelling circuses? This is one of the questions a Holyrood Committee will ask as it looks into animal welfare legislation.
The Scottish Parliament has announced a new drive to recruit apprentices.
The policy of an inclusive education for children with additional support needs is not functioning properly in many local authority areas due to a lack of support for these children.
Holyrood’s Delegated Powers and Law Reform Committee (DPLR) has recommended the general principles of the Contract (Third Party Rights) (Scotland) Bill be approved.
The Chair of the Scottish Police Authority appears to have “behaved inappropriately” according to a Holyrood Committee.
A free exhibition featuring over 140 of the most powerful examples of photojournalism from across the world is to go on display at the Scottish Parliament this summer.
A Scottish Parliamentary Committee is calling for 'a bill aiming to improve safety for young people travelling on school transport to ‘be more ambitious and to go further'.
Should it be legal to shorten a puppy’s tail to prevent painful injury? This is one of the questions a Holyrood Committee will ask as it launches a call for evidence today.
The safety of the school estate in Scotland is to be explored by the Scottish Parliament’s Education and Skills Committee.
MSPs have called on the Scottish Government to prepare a strategic plan covering health and social care in prisons, setting out how prison healthcare can reach parity with wider society within the next two years.
Do you know your zlotys from your forints? And where is the highest bathroom in Europe located?
The Scottish Parliament opened today with its youngest-ever contributor to Time for Reflection, the first item of business taken at the start of the parliamentary week.
A Scottish Parliament committee examining the levels of participation in sport says there is still work to be done in encouraging more people to take part in grassroots sport, over two years after Glasgow hosted the Commonwealth Games.
Can more be done to help families and individuals facing homelessness in Scotland? This is just one of the questions a Holyrood committee will ask as it launches a call for views today.