Transport Minister announces £75 million for public transport projects across Scotland.
Dundee becomes second city to receive a ministerial visit as part of the Cities Review.
Executive taking advice before deciding stance for EU Fisheries Council in December.
The United Kingdom’s first wholly unsubsidised wind farm was opened at Hare Hill in Ayrshire.
Innovative projects tackling unemployment and social exclusion are to receive European funding.
Executive creates £10 million fund to provide up-to-date equipment for children in care.
Details of modern-day Scotland are contained in the second annual Scottish Household Survey.
Enhanced scrutiny of bus companies to ensure the interests of passengers become top priority.
The Scottish Emergencies Co-ordination Committee met to review Scotland's preparedness.
Membership of the new unified NHS Board for Fife has been announced.
The Executive's strategy of examining the future role of Scotland five cities is underway.
Executive-funded research suggests tropical rainforests are not as old as previously thought.
The number of injuries caused by fireworks have dropped by 20% over the last year.
The Executive has set out new proposals in a policy statement, Renewing Mental Health Law.
The Computers for Teachers scheme, which aims to improve ICT skills, reaches its third phase.
The Executive concludes Scotland Week by setting out its agenda on EU regional policy.
Heart patients can now measure after-care against a national standard for treatment.
Annual premium schemes for sheep and bovine herds have been relaxed to aid Foot and Mouth recovery.
Local organisations receive small grants as part of UN-sponsored International Year of Volunteers.
Formal response to Transport and Environment Committee endorsement of water industry shake-up.