Enterprise Minister urges Scottish Businesses to seize opportunities of single European currency.
£470,000 of funding is to be made available to adult education projects.
New Appointments to Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission announced.
The coming year will be one of challenge but can also be one of achievement - First Minister.
The Annual Planning Bulletin has been published by the Scottish Executive Development Department.
A Chair and eight members have been appointed to the Scottish Qualifications Authority.
More than £275,000 is to be spent to help voluntary groups combat racial disadvantage.
Twenty-seven companies benefit from award schemes aimed at new markets and improved customer service
Eight Independent Assessors who oversee appointments to NDPBs have been re-appointed.
Preparations are underway for this year's Hogmanay celebrations in Glasgow.
Information on numbers of people at different stages of New Deal processes in Scotland.
Executive signs order to change surcharge system and provide new sanctions against misconduct.
The Chief Medical Officer is urging people to keep warm and avoid falls on icy or snowy ground.
Take time to reflect on those who cannot spend Christmas with family and friends.
A timetable of special bus services to help people travelling to Arran and Bute.
All 9,000 teachers applying to latest Computers for Teachers scheme have been successful.
Survey shows no rivers outside Perthshire affected by bacterium.
French government confirms that it is to postpone a proposed ban on Scottish lamb imports.
A £6 million funding package for imaginative special educational needs (SEN) projects.
Executive moves to ensure that children can have access to legal represention if necessary.