Clinterty Gypsy/Traveller’s site near Aberdeen will host a meeting of the Equal Opportunities Committee on Monday 4 February as part of its inquiry into Where Gypsy/Travellers Live.
The ability of homeowners to appoint and dismiss property factors and land-owning maintenance companies is to be investigated by the Scottish Parliament’s Justice Committee.
The Rural Affairs, Climate Change and Environment Committee today heard from a number of organisations on the actions Scotland needs to take to ensure its nature and wildlife thrives.
The expertise of four parliamentary committees is being used for the first time to scrutinise the Scottish Government’s second draft climate change report on proposals and policies (RPP2).
As part of the work ahead of the second Parliament Day, the Scottish Parliament will be holding a number of community-outreach sessions.
Measures aimed at addressing the misery caused by high hedges have been welcomed by the Scottish Parliament’s Local Government and Regeneration Committee.
A peer led scheme which aims to improve sexual health, relationships and wellbeing in Dundee will be showcased to MSPs from the Health and Sport Committee to inform their inquiry into unplanned teenage pregnancies.
The Convener of the Public Petitions Committee has today welcomed the positive impact that petitions to the Scottish Parliament are having on the lives of people across Scotland.
The teaching of languages in a Hamilton primary school is under the spotlight today as two Members of the Scottish Parliament visit St Elizabeth’s in Eddlewood, Hamilton.
A request to establish a new sub-committee on policing has been made by the Justice Committee today.
Members of the Scottish Parliament met with members of the Consular Corps, and joined them and other invited guests in celebrating Scotland’s National Bard.
Today the Parliament welcomed members of the Canadian/UK Inter-Parliamentary Association, and the High Commissioner of Malawi.
Gus am meudachadh air an fhèill air spòrs ris a bheil dùil air a bhrosnachadh le Glaschu 2014 a thoirt a-mach, feumaidh luchd-obrach saor-thoileach le deagh thaic is brosnachadh a bhith aig Alba, gu sònraichte luchd-ullachaidh uidheamaichte
Christine Grahame and Alison McInnes today visited Polmont young offenders institution as part of the Justice Committee's inquiry into purposeful activity in prisons.
Tadhlaidh triùir Bhall bho Phàrlamaid na h-Alba air Pàrlamaid na h-Alba an t-seachdain seo gus buithtean-obrach a chumail mu na seirbheisean corporra a gheibh Buill mar thaic riutha san obair aca agus ann a’ bhith a’ conaltradh ris an luchd-taghaidh aca.
Chuala sinn uile cho cudromach agus a tha ath-ùrachadh agus mar sin tha Comataidh Riaghaltais Ionadail agus Ath-ùrachaidh air rannsachadh a chur air bhog an-diugh (14 Faoilleach) gus sgrùdadh a dhèanamh air gu dè tha e a’ ciallachadh ann an gnìomh
An inquiry into teenage pregnancy has today been launched by the Health and Sport Committee. The inquiry will ask if action being taken in Scotland is sufficient to bring about real and sustained reductions in unplanned teenage pregnancy.
Alison McInnes MSP today visited Addiewell Prison as part of the Justice Committee's inquiry into purposeful activity in prisons.