There needs to be a shift in GPs from affluent areas to more deprived areas where they are most needed, according to the Scottish Parliament’s Health and Sport Committee.
Events to mark Homecoming Scotland 2009 have been announced today by the Scottish Parliament.
Changes to out-of-area placing requests and additional support needs tribunals will be examined by the Scottish Parliament’s Education, Lifelong Learning and Culture Committee.
The Scottish Parliament’s Justice Committee has welcomed measures to ensure that people diagnosed with pleural plaques will continue to be able to claim damages.
Is a lack of the right type of facilities in schools compromising sports education?
The Scottish Commission for Public Audit today published its report on a review of Audit Scotland’s corporate governance arrangements.
The Parliament is to mark 10 years of devolution with a special programme of engagement activities - one of which will involve every child born in Scotland on 1 July 1999.
A roundtable discussion on the increasing levels of sexual imagery in goods aimed at children will take place at the Scottish Parliament’s Equal Opportunities Committee meeting on 2 December.
The delivery of community policing in Scotland is inconsistent, according to a report from the Scottish Parliament’s Justice Committee.
A new system for reimbursing MSPs for the costs they incur in carrying out their parliamentary duties is being introduced today by the Scottish Parliament.