Results of September 2003 census on registered care homes.
Proposed transitional arrangements aim to give more notice to ratepayers of bill increases.
Fifth annual report shows 34 out of 420 cases referred back to High Court.
NHS Board and Local Authority Partnerships have met their annual targets.
Inspection finds evidence of good practice but inconsistencies in overall quality of services.
Nearly £700,000 awarded following latest round of Agricultural Business Development Scheme.
Gaps in rural public transport bridged by community-run projects.
Chief Executive announced for new service to improve public services delivery.
Number of recent events make fundamental look at social work vital - Minister.
New group to examine forms of local taxation – including reform of council tax.
Minister comments on report published by the Enterprise and Culture Committee.
Stirling, Clydebank and Edinburgh to benefit from £20 million specialist funding.
Minister announces new legislation to deliver modernised fire and rescue service.
Latest figures show that average size of all primary classes is falling.
Latest figures on number of pupils in publicly funded schools.
Public invited to have say on smoking in public places at series of forums.
Public meeting in Dundee has given young people the chance to comment on review of system.
Consultation launched by the Sentencing Commission for Scotland.
FM says public sector in Scotland 'too big' and economy needs rebalancing.
Glasgow library and learning centre attracts thirty thousand visitors in first month.