Two teams will tonight go head to head as they compete in the final of the BT Scotland National Schools Gaelic Debate taking place at the Scottish Parliament.
The Cowdenbeath by-election will be held on Thursday 23 January 2014, it has been announced.
The Chief Executive of the Royal Bank of Scotland, Ross McEwan, will today address over 200 delegates at the ‘Business in the Parliament’ conference.
The health of the arts and culture sector in Scotland is to be examined by the Scottish Parliament’s Education and Culture Committee
t its meeting on Wednesday (20 November), the Scottish Parliament’s Economy, Energy and Tourism Committee will start a short inquiry on access to finance and alternative funding methods for businesses.
Legislation which will integrate the delivery of health and adult social care in order to improve outcomes for patients has been supported by the Health and Sport Committee.
Increased detail from the Scottish Government to support the delivering of better outcomes for children would be welcomed according to a report issued today
Should Scotland fall into line with the rest of the UK on making forced marriage a criminal offence or are current legal provisions sufficient?
The effectiveness of the current system of managing Scotland’s deer population is to be scrutinised by MSPs on the Rural Affairs, Climate Change and Environment Committee.
The Health and Sport Committee has today published a report into the scrutiny of the budgets of NHS Boards.
Measures aimed at making it easier for local authorities to recover money spent when repairing dangerous buildings are to be examined by the Scottish Parliament’s Local Government and Regeneration Committee.
Businesses from across Scotland are being urged to take this last opportunity to sign up for the Parliament’s annual business conference.
A Bill to give Glasgow City Council additional powers to lend the Burrell Collection - including overseas - has been endorsed by a Scottish Parliament committee.
The general principles of the Marriage and Civil Partnership (Scotland) Bill are supported by the majority of members on the Equal Opportunities Committee in its Stage 1 report published today.
Members of the public from across Scotland have submitted their most pressing health policy questions for MSPs on the Health and Sport Committee to ‘Ask the Health Secretary’.
Holyrood will be the setting for scenes of seduction, betrayal and even murder later today as Scottish Opera performs A Little Bit of Don Giovanni in the Scottish Parliament’s Main Hall.
MSPs on the Rural Affairs, Climate Change and Environment Committee today met with their Irish counterparts to discuss Scotland’s experience of sustaining coastal and island communities.
A new service aimed at making First Minister’s Questions (FMQs) more accessible is now available on the Scottish Parliament’s You Tube channel.
Local communities asked for their views on the impact of police reform