The Presiding Officer the Rt Hon George Reid MSP today departs Scotland for this year’s Tartan Week activities.
And so farewell.
The second session of the Scottish Parliament draws to a close today (29 March) with a motion of thanks to the outgoing Presiding Officer George Reid.
In a first for the Scottish Parliament at Holyrood, more than 100 Members of the Scottish Youth Parliament (SYP) will take their seats in the debating chamber this weekend, as part of a two-day general meeting.
Both the Scottish Parliament and Scottish Executive should play a stronger role in the development of European legislation, according to a report published today by the European and External Relations Committee.
A unique historical exhibition highlighting the achievements of Scottish settlers in Canada opens to the public tomorrow (Friday 16 March) at the Scottish Parliament.
Eleven year-old Eilidh Willis became the official one-millionth visitor to the Scottish Parliament at Holyrood earlier today.
Commonwealth Week 2007 will be marked in the Scottish Parliament this week by the opening of a unique photographic exhibition from one of Scotland’s top sport photographers.
The Scottish Parliament’s Environment and Rural Development Committee has called on the Executive to undertake urgent, comprehensive reform of marine environment legislation after finding existing laws complex and inadequate.
Scotland’s Futures Forum has taken its ‘Fresh Perspectives on Alcohol and Drugs’ online with a dedicated website facility that will allow the 250 leading experts already involved in the project shape the debate as the forum’s year-long inquiry develops.
The Scottish Executive must fundamentally change its way of working if community planning partnerships are to become significantly more effective, according to the Scottish Parliament’s Audit Committee.
The Scottish Parliament should not agree to the general principles of the Cairngorms National Park Boundary Bill, according to a report published today by the Environment and Rural Development Committee.
A Scottish Parliament committee has secured a series of improvements to the Airdrie-Bathgate railway proposals which will minimise noise disruption and improve community mediation along the route.
The delivery of Scotland’s policy of free personal care for the elderly will be examined during a committee hearing tomorrow (Tuesday, 6 March).
The implementation of the Scottish Executive's relocation policy has been “flawed and inconsistent” according to the Scottish Parliament’s Audit Committee.
The Presiding Officer, the Rt Hon George Reid MSP will address a gathering of students from the University of Glasgow and academics on Tuesday 6 March.
The “exemplary role played by the Scottish Parliament” in engaging with the public will be the focus of a visit to Holyrood by a cross-party delegation of Flemish politicians today (Thursday).