Work to start in April on £5 million project to improve roads around Dunbar.
20 rural communities benefit from latest round of Rural Community Transport Initiative(RCTI)awards.
Public meeting to discuss prevention of nitrate pollution in the Borders.
Cautious welcome from Executive to news that farms improved earnings by 11 per cent in 2001.
£6.6 million scheme designed to ease congestion in Clyde valley road network.
New report flags up need to ensure that older people are recognised as "core business" of NHS.
Legal Services Ombudsman given higher level for recommendations for successful complainants.
HM Inspectorate of Education publishes latest edition of standards expected of schools.
Local authorities set to receive £6.5 billion in revenue grant funding.
Figures on Child Health, Genitourinary Medicine and Family Planning have been released.
Bill proposes reducing the size of Scottish Qualifications Authority Board.
Farms in Aberdeenshire and Fife have applied to plant genetically-modified oil seed rape.
Enterprise Minister launches Fife course to challenge male-dominated image of engineering.
The Crown Office has lodged an appeal against the 6-year sentence imposed on Joseph Millbank.
Public meeting to discuss prevention of nitrate pollution in Dumfries and Galloway.
£100,000 awarded towards design of a new system to ferry livestock from Orkney and Shetland.
Executive proposals include an annual £30 million repayable grant for Glasgow Housing Association.
Scottish pupils have scored in the top ten for all subjects assessed as part of the PISA study.
Scottish and Northern Ireland Executives proceed with tender of Campbeltown-Ballycastle ferry. servi
The membership of the Agriculture Strategy Implementation Group has been announced.