'Gonnae no dae that' slogan takes anti-violence message across Scotland.
Fisheries Minister secures £20 million fishing deal following negotiations in Brussels.
Over £400,000 awarded to farm businesses in Highlands and Islands.
Appointment announced for New Year.
Four European air routes are the first to benefit from a special Executive fund.
Twelve councils to receive share of £70m Better Neighbourhood Services Fund.
Patients set to benefit from new team approach to out of hour services.
Funding for NHS Boards to invest in premises to deliver more primary care services.
Launch of consultation on introduction of Strategic Environmental Assessment.
Further analysis of the data produced by September 2002 census.
Population projections issued by Registrar General for Scotland.
Ministers agree relocation within Edinburgh is best option for tourism body.
Awareness raising campaign on dangers of drink-related sexual assault.
£7 million of euro funding to help create over 800 jobs in south of Scotland.
National helpline for parents of children with additional support needs to receive £675,000.
Executive announces allocations to individual authorities for 2004-05 and 2005-06.
Provisional poundage rate for 2004-05 set at 48.8p, an increase of 1p.
Publication of Social Justice, Indicators of Progress 2003 report.
Second tranche of grants for cost of provision, replacement or improvement of slurry storage.
Current identification arrangements will remain until 2008, subject to Commission approval.