To mark the first day of the London 2012 Olympic Games on Friday 27 July, the Scottish Parliament will take part in Turner Prize-winning artist and musician Martin Creed’s commission for the London 2012 Festival.
The work of George Wyllie, arguably one of Scotland’s most celebrated and unusual artists, has gone on display at the Scottish Parliament.
How do the arts enrich peoples’ lives around the world and how do they help us understand each other in the Year of Creative Scotland and the Olympic Games?
Minister for Welfare Reform Lord Freud has been invited to appear before the Scottish Parliament’s Welfare Reform Committee. The invitation was extended following a meeting between Lord Freud and members of the Committee today.
Scotland’s future as a ‘hydro nation’ as set out in the Water Resources (Scotland) Bill is to be scrutinised by the Scottish Parliament’s Infrastructure and Capital Investment Committee.
People should be given control over their own care budget, including being offered a direct payment to fund alternatives to council run care, according to a report by the Health and Sport Committee
Holyrood’s Public Audit Committee is calling on the Scottish Government to ensure its plans for the integration of health and social care are underpinned by transparency and accountability.
A photographic record of Her Majesty The Queen’s visits to the Scottish Parliament since 1999 was presented to The Queen by the Scottish Parliament’s Presiding Officer Tricia Marwick MSP today.
The work of three Scottish primary and three secondary school classes will feature in ‘Special Delivery: The William Wallace Letters’ exhibition being hosted in the Scottish Parliament from 15 August.
The role of sport in our communities, a key strand of the legacy of Glasgow 2014, will be the subject of a major inquiry by the Health and Sport Committee.