The Procurement Reform (Scotland) Bill should continue to progress through the Scottish Parliament, is the conclusion in a report published today by the Infrastructure and Capital Investment Committee.
Changes to the way new medicines are accessed and approved in Scotland have today been welcomed by the Scottish Parliament’s Health and Sport Committee.
The UK Government should abolish the ‘bedroom tax’ or give the Scottish Parliament the powers to do so according to the Scottish Parliament’s Welfare Reform Committee.
It has been almost one year since the Police and Fire Reform (Scotland) Act 2012 merged Scotland’s eight Fire and Rescue Services into one service.
The shape of education and culture in Scotland following the result of the referendum is to be examined by the Scottish Parliament’s Education and Culture Committee in an inquiry launched today (Thursday 30 January).
Burgh Hall will be home to the Scottish Parliament’s Infrastructure and Capital Investment Committee’s meetings on the Housing (Scotland) Bill next month.
The USA has the bald eagle, New Zealand has the kiwi and now the 1500th petition submitted to the Scottish Parliament is calling for the golden eagle to be declared as the national bird for Scotland.
Senior figures from the worlds of politics, business and academia will be asked for their view of Scotland’s economic future post 2014 as part of an inquiry by the Scottish Parliament’s Economy Committee.
The Rural Affairs, Climate Change and Environment Committee today visited the ClimateXChange at the Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation.
An inquiry that will investigate the impact of health inequalities in the early years has been launched by the Health and Sport Committee.
The Justice Committee is asking the Scottish Government to look again at whether it can introduce its own legislation on forced marriage.
The National Planning Framework, which sets the context for development planning across Scotland, will be scrutinised by four parliamentary committees.
A package of reform measures introduced in 2012 by the Scottish Parliament have been welcomed in a parliamentary committee report published today.
Scotland lacks a clear strategy to tackle child sexual exploitation. This is just one of the key recommendations from a report issued today (Tuesday) by the Scottish Parliament’s Public Petitions Committee.
Proposed changes that would abolish volunteer-led Prison Visiting Committees and replace them with two levels of paid and unpaid monitors, have been questioned by the Justice Committee in a report published today.
Members of the Justice Sub-Committee on Policing will embark on a series of fact-finding visits across Scotland beginning today in Dumfries.
Do single dads get a fair deal? That is the question posed by the Equal Opportunities Committee today with the launch of its inquiry on issues facing single fathers.