Average number of unique users coming to Executive site rises by 39 per cent.
Chief Medical Officer says don't let drink ruin a good night out.
40 per cent increase in teachers coming to work in Scotland.
378 rural telephone exchange areas now have access to broadband services.
'Young Scots can be an inspiration to us all with their enhusiasm, commitment and ambition'.
Research shows primary pupils are switching to healthy snacks.
Local authorities in Scotland are on track to beat savings target set by the Executive.
Over £7 million funding allocated to projects in Highlands and Islands and South of Scotland.
Over £2.8 million to support over 30 community transport initiatives.
£2.2 million to be targeted at services in disadvantaged communities.
Farmers and crofters to receive new payment rates for protecting and enhancing the environment.
'Year of achievement when compassion and generosity of Scots has made me proud'.
Registrar General publishes list of top 100 baby names for 2005.
Timetable set that could see end of ban on Scottish beef exports by April.
Main fees to be frozen and fees for care homes to be reduced by ten per cent.
People studying in Scotland will be paid their loans and bursaries on a monthly basis.
Minister says new deal minimises proposed cut in days at sea for Scots fishermen.
Births at highest level since 1999.
New TV and radio adverts to raise awareness of the impact of domestic abuse will be broadcast from Boxing Day.