New Sick Kids for Edinburgh gets go ahead

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Plans to build a replacement for Edinburgh’s Royal Hospital for Sick Children (RHSC ) and Department of Clinical Neurosciences (DCN) have been approved, it...

Scotland to continue to have a say in the BBC’s future

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The Scottish Government’s role in the future of the BBC will be guaranteed in a Memorandum of Understanding between it, the UK Government, Scottish...

Scottish Government launches campaign against debt

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Lighten the Load TV, media and online campaign launches Scotland’s Financial Health Service. A high profile campaign to signpost people struggling with debt to the...

Rice to chair new Scottish Fiscal Commission

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  The Scottish Government has approved the Finance Committee's recommendations to appoint Managing Director of Lloyds Banking Group, Lady Susan Rice, as Chair of the...

Council encouraged to apply for energy efficiency funding

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SNP MSP Ben Macpherson who has a background in renewable energy has encouraged The City of Edinburgh Council to apply for a share of The...

Government panel to decide on school closures

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Candidates are being sought for a new independent panel to make final decisions on school closure proposals called in by Ministers. Applications are now open...

Climate Change committee meets for first time

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  At Holyrood today the newest sub-committee set up by The Scottish Government met for the first time. The Cabinet Sub-Committee (CSC-CC) on Climate Change held...

Sale of Council houses to sitting tenants brought to an end...

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The Scottish Government had a long session yesterday to approve The Housing (Scotland) Bill which is designed to improve condition of houses let to...

Greens promote cycling debate at Holyrood

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Green MSP, Alison Johnstone, lodged a motion on cycling this morning which promoted a well-mannered cross party debate on the issues of cycling safety...

First inspector of Crematoria appointed

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The Scottish Government has appointed Scotland’s first Inspector of Crematoria. Robert Swanson QPM will take up the post of HM Inspector of Crematoria for Scotland,...

Have your say on a new system for social security

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There are six weeks left for people across Scotland to have their say on how Scotland's new social security system should be shaped. Since the end...

Government confirms funding for health research for the next decade

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A £12 million scheme which will support Scotland’s most promising clinical researchers has been launched by the Scottish Government. Jointly funded by NHS Research Scotland...
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