Parliament to showcase work by 180 of Scotland's best young artists


Paintings, sculpture and jewellery from 180 of Scotland’s most talented and creative art students will be showcased in an exhibition run by the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) at Holyrood next month.

Fortunes of Scottish economy under scrutiny as business leaders hold round-table with Parliamentary committee


The global economic downturn and its impact on Scotland will be discussed at a meeting of the Economy, Energy and Tourism Committee on Wednesday 24 September.

Public to gain instant access to Freedom of Information disclosures


Freedom of information at the Scottish Parliament takes another step forward today with members of the public now able to gain instant access to information released to other people under the FOI (Scotland) Act.

Food production at the heart of Scottish Parliament discussion on food policy


Has the industrialisation of the agricultural sector helped to alleviate global food poverty and encouraged more efficient use of land?

Information sought as inquiry launched into high speed rail links for Scotland


Views are being sought for a Scottish Parliament inquiry into high-speed rail links from Scotland to the rest of the UK and Europe.