Dundonians will have an opportunity to see the decision-makers being scrutinised on how the Scottish Budget is spent when the Scottish Parliament’s Finance Committee visits Discovery Point, Dundee on Monday 10 December.
Tickets for free guided tours of the Parliament were snapped up by people wanting to take part in the Parliament’s activities to celebrate St Andrew’s Day.
The public is being asked to provide their views on the Scottish Parliament’s draft plan to strengthen the Parliament’s use and recognition of the Gaelic language.
Scotland’s future in the global market place will be put under the spotlight by a world leading authority tomorrow.
Flooding has become a high profile cause for concern, the Rural Affairs and Environment Committee is conducting a major national inquiry into the extent of the problem and possible long-term solutions.
This week the Scottish Parliament is holding its first Equality and Diversity Week. The aim of the week is to develop a greater understanding among members and staff of discrimination and the barriers people face to participating equally in society.
MSPs from across the political spectrum met with more than 100 young people from around Scotland at an event at the Parliament on Thursday (22 November).
Parliament will be asked on Thursday 29 November to approve the nomination of Professor Alan Miller as the Chair of the Scottish Commission for Human Rights.
Ron Gould, the Canadian elections expert will appear for the first time in front of a Parliamentary committee this week.
Influential decision-makers from the fields of politics, academia and business from Spain and across the UK will gather at the Scottish Parliament this weekend.
There has been a significant and sustained decline in the number of young Scots studying economics at institutions of further and higher education over the past decade. This is the focus of a seminar to be held at the Scottish Parliament on Monday.
Proposals to abolish the tolls on the Forth and Tay Road Bridges have been endorsed by the majority of a parliamentary committee in a report published today.
Can the Scottish Government realistically achieve its aim for a 50% increase in tourism revenue by 2015 asks the Economy, Energy and Tourism Committee.
Should Scotland focus its international development work on a specific country or policy areas such as education and health? This is just one of the questions being posed by the Scottish Parliament’s Europe an and External Relations Committee.
Can the Scottish Government adequately tailor Scottish solutions to Scottish problems under EU directives and law, asks the European and External Relations Committee.