People and Society
Scottish Government continues fight against benefits changes
Keith Brown presents £5,000 for Arctic Convoy Museum fund.
Great uncle’s tragic story brought to life by his historic last letter.
Support for 11 local projects helping veterans and their families return to civilian life.
Finance Secretary urges Chancellor to rethink proposals harmful to third sector
Children’s Minister welcomes strategic direction.
Diamond Jubilee honour for the Fair City.
Registrar General publishes preliminary births, deaths and other vital events figures for 2011.
Independence will allow us to build a fairer Scotland.
Population of Scotland is projected to rise, but not at an even rate across the country.
Number of people registered to vote in elections rises.
Capital funding and money for rural broadband announced in Budget.
First Minister’s Chinese New year message.
Ministers hear of measures taken to deal with impact of extreme weather.
Prominent Scots are among the people honoured in the 2012 list.
Minister promotes ‘good old fashioned fun’ for parents and kids over festive season.
CashBack Youth Work Fund awards more than £6.5 million across Scotland.
Home Energy Scotland Hotline helps pensioners access unclaimed benefits.
Health Secretary sets out Scottish Government position on proposed changes.
Registrar General for Scotland announces most popular names for 2011.