Glasgow and Strathclyde
FM launches Strathclyde energy MBA.
Enterprise Areas open for business says Finance Secretary John Swinney.
New era for city centre.
£200,000 to reopen mothballed school classrooms.
£3.4 million European grant will help create 270 low carbon jobs.
Derek Jack Hamilton and Peter Paterson take up new roles.
No Knives, Better Lives education campaign rolled out to new areas.
Capital projects to benefit and further support for students and colleges.
Budget allocates £72 million of new expenditure.
Justice Secretary pleased with progress on Schedule 7 powers at Glasgow Airport.
Chairs of Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Tayside and Health Scotland.
Emergency funding considered for councils.
£1 million to carry out repairs to Irvine visitor attraction.
Trainees acquire valuable employability skills and experience.
Ministers hear of measures taken to deal with impact of extreme weather.
Funding boost will help thousands of disabled people and carers.
Public advised to check before travelling.
First Minister notes the promise of Scotland's future.
Five stations share £9.5 million to ensure accessibility for all.
High winds to hit central Scotland.