A New Year's message from Presiding Officer Tricia Marwick MSP reflecting on the events of 2011 and looking forward to the parliamentary year to come.
Presiding Officer Tricia Marwick MSP's Christmas greetings on behalf of Members and staff of the Scottish Parliament.
Public-services reform is to be examined by the Scottish Parliament’s Local Government and Regeneration Committee, which has announced a call for evidence today for the first part of what will be a three-strand inquiry running throughout 2012.
Measures to improve the Scottish Parliament’s topicality and responsiveness to events have been set out by a Holyrood committee.
The Education and Culture Committee has broadly welcomed a wide-ranging plan to promote Gaelic but has concerns about its overall strategy and priorities.
The UK Parliament’s Scotland Bill, as it currently stands, is a “missed opportunity” and is “not yet fit for purpose”, according to a report published today by Holyrood’s Scotland Bill Committee.
The Finance Committee report on the Scottish Spending Review 2011 and Draft Budget 2012–13 has welcomed the Scottish Government’s emphasis on preventative spending and the £500 million funding of three new Funds.
LGBT Youth Scotland and Linda Fabiani MSP would like to inform all invited guests that due to severe-weather warnings tonight’s History Month reception in the Garden Lobby has been cancelled.
Latest details of all MSPs' parliamentary expenses are published on the web today.
Partial support was given to the legislative consent memorandum on the Welfare Reform Bill (UK Parliament) today in a report published by the Health and Sport Committee.
The Scottish Child Law Centre and Kezia Dugdale MSP would like to inform all invited guests that due to severe-weather warnings tonight’s Child Law Centre round-table event in Committee Room 1 has been cancelled.
Progress made towards meeting the 2012 homelessness commitment in Scotland is to be examined in an inquiry by the Scottish Parliament’s Infrastructure and Capital Investment Committee.