Tayside, Central and Fife
Minister meets BBC Radio Scotland’s Young Traditional Musician of the Year.
Public meeting to discuss prevention of nitrate pollution in Angus and Tayside.
First Minister meets new police recruits in training at Tulliallan College.
Farms in Aberdeenshire and Fife have applied to plant genetically-modified oil seed rape.
Enterprise Minister launches Fife course to challenge male-dominated image of engineering.
Two projects in Falkirk and Lochwinnoch have been awarded grants from the Sustainable Action Fund.
Minister attends Opening Doors for Young Offenders - Partnership in Action Conference.
The National Swimming Academy, with pool costing £6,400,000, opened at Stirling University.
Environment Minister says working with local farmers is best way to control nitrate pollution.
Deputy Justice Minister meets with some of Fife’s key drugs workers at 'Next Steps’ project in Leven
Forth Estuary Transport Authority will have wider powers to tackle congestion around the bridge.
European Commission removes last barrier to direct ferry link with the continent.
First Minister invites the youthful designers of Executive's Xmas card to look round Bute House.
Deputy First Minister reassures Muslims over concerns about racial tensions.
The A9 is to have special road signs that flash slow down warnings at drivers breaking the limit.
Scotland's second special drug court pilot scheme is to be set up in Fife.
Inchmichael interchange on Perth-Dundee road is second of five planned infrastructure upgrades.
Scotland's largest coastal protection scheme, costing over £4 million, has been completed.
Modifications to the Falkirk Structure Plan have been proposed following objections.
Jobs secured for 1000 Scottish employees as bus manufacturer wins two significant contracts.