Recruitment drive for a new Chair for Greater Glasgow NHS Board.
Commissioner to make a difference for vulnerable children and young people.
First Minister officially opens Ravenscraig Parkway to help regeneration of former steelworks.
Simplification of assessment for eight subjects including Computing and Media Studies.
End of programme to re-house over 350 Lennox Castle residents with learning disabilities.
Development of a grade separated junction to improve road safety.
Launch of Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO) Direct Grants Programme.
New report on the standard of treatment for lung and colorectal cancer in Scotland’s hospitals.
Travel fair helping to develop Scotland as a world class tourism destination.
Civil marriage ceremonies in Scotland no longer restricted to registration offices.
Young offenders could be referred to Children’s Hearings System.
Academy part of sportscotland’s aim of creating a network of football academies throughout Scotland.
Scottish manufacturing exports estimates for the fourth quarter of 2001.
Minister given progress report on steps to find work for those affected by closure of Longannet.
Minister speaks ahead of Gender Workshop held at the Capitol Hill Club in Washington.
Increase in Scottish Manufacturing Export figures for 2001 welcomed by Enterprise Minister.
Minister welcomes announcement, saying it is a 'significant boost for manufacturing in Scotland'.
Protection of Wild Mammals (Scotland) Act 2002 will come into force on 1 August 2002.
Parliament Minister Patricia Ferguson joined by cross party delegation from Scottish Parliament.
Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother commemorated at a funeral service in Westminster Abbey.