First Minister urges Scots to take day trips and holidays in Scotland this summer.
First Minister aims to increase tourism through joint work with Bavaria.
Targets to reduce delayed discharge exceeded by local authority and NHS Partnerships.
Minister sees planned work on Subway and better ticketing information at Buchanan Bus Station.
Percentage of pupils entitled to free school meals falls to 18.8 per cent.
Minister says school meals helping to create a healthy nation.
£16 million in lottery funding to help elite athletes 'compete on world stage'.
Figures estimate population at 5,054,800 on June 30, 2002, a fall of 9,400 since mid-2001.
Minister promises that 'kingpin' drug dealers will be targeted in ongoing fight.
New team to give impetus to Executive's three-year programme of reform.
Changes allow cremation of body parts removed at post-mortem examinations.
Court of Session hearing confirms removal of three office-bearers from charity.
Retired senior police officer named as chair of new working group.
Consultation on equipment and adaptations of disabled and older people.
Scotland's new charity regulator to be based in Dundee.
Minister highlights importance of institute to sustainability of farming.
Minister says new laws favour law abiding majority in making Scotland safer.
Announcement of name of new Keeper of the Registers of Scotland.
Minister opens American-owned shaker screen facility for oil industry.
Announcement of new Registrar General for Scotland on retirment of john Randall.