Aberdeen and its hinterland look ahead to the next decade of the new century.
Mrs Deirdre Hutton re-appointed as the Scottish Environment Protection Agency's Deputy Chairman.
Public given seasonal warning to ensure water pipes are protected from winter temperatures.
Nine councils are to share the first wave of money aimed at disadvantaged communities.
Lifelong Learning Minister announces closure of the Individual Learning Account scheme in Scotland.
The environment, farmers and crofters to benefit from conservation payments totalling £18 million.
European Commission removes last barrier to direct ferry link with the continent.
Direct payments give young people with disability more choice over how they receive care.
Opening of airport terminals mark biggest investment in island air services since World War II.
First Minister praises ambulance staff before Christmas and New Year festivities.
Measures to improve voter turnout at future local goverment elections now available to councils.
Flu vaccinations have passed last year's target in effort to protect elderly and chronically ill.
Minister for Environment and Rural Development has announced the appointments to Parliament.
Minister announces three new appointments to the Board of the Cromarty Firth Port Authority.
Survey to continue as part of monitoring process to track incidence of the diseases.
The Executive has published its first annual report looking at its environmental performance.
First Minister invites the youthful designers of Executive's Xmas card to look round Bute House.
First Minister calls for independent scrutiny of management and administration of waiting lists.
New projects can apply for a share of £100,000 for Sustainable Action Grants in 2002-03.
Indicators show institutions are making steady progress in areas of access and student retention.