Community groups across to share more than £100,000 to promote sustainable development.
£500,000 for voluntary organisations who provide vital social services support.
Agreement means Inchgreen dry dock could be used for assembling future aircraft carriers.
Executive to continue triple jab policy as best means of vaccination.
MMR Expert Group finds no link with vaccine but recommends urgent research.
Tagging offenders launched with opening of monitoring centre at East Kilbride.
Pilot areas for more flexible approach to helping individuals into work.
Health Minister says hospitals will be monitored to ensure improvements are achieved.
Registrar General finds winter deaths more common among older people.
Priorities and targets laid out in drive to achieve sustainable development.
Special Educational Needs (SEN) Innovation Grants programme to provide funding for over 40 projects.
Consultation covering proposals to modernise aspects of way fish is marketed in Scotland.
First Minister and Minister for Enterprise hold ‘listening to business’ forum in Edinburgh.
Dundee Community Energy Partnership gets £200,000 for next three years.
Minister outlines how Executive is driving ahead with the replacing of the ScotRail franchise.
Non-sector catch limits for May 2002 in North Sea areas IV, VI and VII.
Allied Distillers and suppliers achieve energy consumption reductions.
48 winning bids in 2nd round of allocations from Remote and Rural Areas Resource Initiative (RARARI)
Deputy Minister for Environment and Rural Development visits Loch Etive.
Justice Minister launches ‘The Scottish Fire Service of the Future’ at Gullane Training School.