People and Society
Golden Jubilee chance for children to write a poem to remember.
The Housing (Scotland) 2001 Act to tackle homelessness, promising warm, affordable housing.
A new regulatory and training body has been created to oversee the social services workforce.
Aim to ensure that there are "no more victims" created by criminal justice system.
The Executive published information on housing and households in a new statistical bulletin.
A National Mortgage to Rent Scheme is to be set up to help families avoid reposession.
Evaluation results in more time being given to partnerships to form localised strategies.
The Executive today outlined new benefits for the voluntary sector in Scotland.
The Executive is to accelerate its programme of free central heating for the elderly.
South African Transport Minister met Edinburgh school pupils before going on to Velo-city 2001.
Asylum seekers and others new to Scotland benefit from £1.7 million of funding for English classes.
Glasgow will receive £700,000 in additional community funding to help with refugees.
learndirect scotland to increase learning centres from 155 to over 300 in next nine months.
North Lanarkshire has a new "on demand" bus service for its more rural areas.
WWF and Executive team up to encourage children to get involved in environmental issues.
The NHS is to treat the health of homeless people as a priority, following guidance issued today.
New arrangements could wipe out millions of pounds in debt if tenants vote for transfer.
New Smartcards launched today in Glasgow to offer young people free swimming and discounts.
New guidance to provide better services for children in drug abuse families.
International perspective needed for pupils to learn their place in the world.