Almost £1 million of additional cash for Learndirect centres across Scotland.
Funding to help people stop smoking to be more than doubled to £11 million by 2008.
Executive agency to relocate to North Ayrshire.
International Women's Day sees launch of Scotland’s new Women into Enterprise strategy.
Minister says removal of Over Thirty Months (OTM) rule is closer.
Total of £22.5 million from Bus Route Development scheme allocated to local transport authorities.
Bill focuses on measures designed to encourage and, where necessary, require owners to keep their homes in good condition.
Minister presents broad policy statement on ‘Homes for Scotland’s People’
Prohibition order coming into force.
Scottish Rocks professional basketball team has voiced its support for the ‘Drug Dealers Don’t Care, Do You?’ campaign.
A quarter of homes on all new developments in specific areas should be provided for rent or low cost ownership, according to guidelines.
Health Boards to streamline and improve their ‘nurse banks’ resulting in reduced reliance on expensive agencies.
Measures to tackle Scotland's high re-offending rates published as part of the new Management of Offenders etc. Bill.
First meeting of group charged with making recommendations for service improvment.
Announcement of 11 proposed additions to the network of Special Protection Areas.
Ministers to commission special sculpture as tribute to Suffragettes' contribution to democracy.
Water infrastructure in Highlands and Islands to receive £100m of investment.
First Minister launches framework at conference in Edinburgh.
Consultation launched on route of new road to by-pass city.
More than £400,000 is shared among 18 communities affected by impact of quarrying.