Euro-funded projects worth total of over £700,000 part of initiative to breathe fresh life into area
Findings suggest that a significant proportion of the sector is in poor condition.
Publication of figures on residential care homes and vacancy monitoring.
Scottish Secretary announces in House of Commons that number of MSPs will remain at 129.
Statement from Scottish Partnership Forum for NHSScotland and Health Ministers.
Funding is being made available so that community warden schemes can be introduced from 2004.
Three categories of prosecutor created to improve preparation of serious cases.
Information and advice packs ready as part of new debt management process.
Right For Fife proposals mean modernisation for two main hospitals in Dunfermline and Kirkaldy.
Publication of Household Transport in 2001: some Scottish Household Survey results.
Statistics on households in temporary accommodation under homeless persons legislation.
Minister responds to statistics that show more commuters are driving to work.
Minister for Social Justice expresses concern over small number of families living in B&B.
Major investment to reduce overcrowding and improve reliability.
Mobile learning bus gives access to technology to bridge the digital divide.
Call for more focus in schools to encourage wider enterpreneurial culture.
New management team brought in to restore confidence after resignations.
Consultation unveils plans to ban the practise of spreading untreated organic waste on land.
Report on Executive's first term shows that 92% of targets have been met or are on track.
Last tranche of money ensures refuge spaces available in all areas of Scotland.