College has demonstrated significant progress in its work according to HMIC report.
Schools in Highland Council area to benefit from new funding for developing enterprise skills.
Minister welcomes evidence showing graduates who study in Scotland choose to stay in Scotland.
Two basic financial services in Glasgow first to benefit from new funding.
Minister states determination to get best possible deal for Scotland’s fishing communities.
Tenth in a series of official publications examining budgetary issues in Scotland.
Public exhibition on proposed improvements to be held on December 11 & 12.
Ministers comment on Government Expenditure and Revenue in Scotland 2001-02.
Advice and guidance on measures to support development of services in remote areas.
Interim assessment findings published to help plan modern mental health services for patients.
Destinations of leavers from Scottish schools: 2002/03.
Money for initiatives to support low income families and lone parents.
All points made in report will be carefully considered - Enterprise Minister.
Over £550,000 awarded to 27 projects under Farm Business Development Scheme.
World's largest ice-climbing arena launched at Kinlochleven.
Castlehead High School receives Philip Lawrence Award for approach to drive up reading standards.
Minister discusses concerns of Welsh ring rot finding with potato growers.
Minister welcomes continuing trend of improvements in literacy and numeracy levels.
All fishing vessels over 15 metres to have satellite monitoring equipment installed.
New business park in Macmerry designed to ‘bring the workplace closer to the workers’.