Ministers drop notification requirement not used in last five years.
Awards highlight importance of top-quality for Scotland as ‘popular destination’.
Proposals to help children cope with ordeal of participation in court cases.
Mentoring scheme aims to provide positive role models for young people.
More than 80 organisations at seminar seeking to share ideas and experience of law.
National conference told of recycling targets in bid to build sustainable Scotland.
Three former authorities invested £462 million in their final year.
Minister promotes National Anti-Stigma Campaign at Borders conference.
Steering group proposes use of real farms to model new farm support system.
Executive sets out aim to ensure everybody has chance to fulfil their potential.
Attempt to show "person behind the label" and end prejudice against sufferers.
Minister underlines Executive support for EC proposals for reform of the funding process.
Scots honoured for acts of bravery ranging from stopping burglaries to saving lives.
Justice Minister Jim Wallace makes a statement on the 'ugly spectre' of sectarianism in Scotland.
Funding for Scottish Union Learning Fund to be doubled to £800,000 per year from April 2003.
£2 million over three years to encourage recycling of paper and glass.
FM says public support for EU enlargement dependent on "relevant" legislation.
£7.5 million for national path network to open up countryside.
Glasgow photo exhibition presents case for insisting on fair trade - Minister.
Launch of five yearly review of Milk Development Council, and consultation exercise.