Volunteers to help out at Gleneagles

Hundreds of businesses across Scotland have signed up to a training programme to help make tourist services more accessible, Tourism Minister Fergus Ewing revealed...

The Lord Advocate applies to make representations in London and...

The Lord Advocate today lodged applications to intervene in two legal cases aimed at stopping the UK Parliament being suspended ahead...

Rise in new homes across Scotland

Official figures published today reveal that the number of new homes in Scotland has risen by seven per cent in the last year, the...

Holocaust Lantern exhibition at Holyrood

Art and design students aged 14 and 15 from Firrhill High School have made 72 Holocaust Memorial Lanterns to mark Holocaust Memorial Day this...

White Paper on Independence will follow Cabinet meeting at the Glasgow...

Perhaps the most unusual venue yet for what is fast becoming the most itinerant Cabinet in the British Isles, the Glasgow Science Centre will...

Swinney announces more funds for health boards in budget

In a budget that he promises will promote growth in the economy and reform public services, Deputy First Minister John Swinney today announced an injection...

Pigeon pests shooed away from Holyrood

  SCOTLAND’S parliament is finally free from its pigeon plague after a nine year battle with the birds. The pesky birds have been peppering the £414m...

Government wants all Scots to have access to high speed broadband

Deputy First Minister John Swinney is calling on the UK Government to implement a Universal Service Obligation (USO) for broadband services. In a letter to...

Environment Minister off to Lima with Scotland’s climate change message

Scotland’s Environment and Climate Change Minister Aileen McLeod has said that the international community must match Scotland’s world-leading climate change ambitions to tackle global...

The Great Get Together takes place next weekend

The Great Get Together will be the third annual series of events since Labour MP Jo Cox was murdered in her...

Anorexia Awareness Week starts today

MSP MARKS ONE YEAR SINCE EMOTIVE DEBATE   SNP MSP for Aberdeenshire West, Dennis Robertson, will this week mark one year since his emotive and thought-provoking...

Referendum BIll makes progress

Parliamentary committee endorses Referendum Bill The Scottish Independence Referendum Bill has cleared its first parliamentary hurdle following the endorsement of the general principles of the...
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