Scottish Government - Regional News

Glasgow and Strathclyde

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Thursday 28/03/2002

Winners in Digital Communities initiative [People and Society]

Pilot scheme areas chosen so that 4,000 homes can be connected to the internet.

Wednesday 27/03/2002

Non-sector catch limits [Marine and Fisheries]

Catch limits for April 2002 in North Sea (Area IV), West Scotland (Area VI) and Area VII.

Thursday 21/03/2002

75 new protected waters named [Environment]

Environment Minister tells Parliament new list will help growing shellfish industry.

Glasgow housing transfer turnout figures [People and Society]

Nearly half of all Glasgow’s council tenants have already voted in city's stock transfer ballot.

Young Scot initiative in Argyll and Bute [People and Society]

Promotion of youth mobility, community safety, healthy lifestyles, enterprise and education.

Wednesday 20/03/2002

Innovation fund trebles in three years [Business and Industry]

Another £6 million backs spin-off companies turning ideas into commercial ventures.

Monday 18/03/2002

New dialogue begins with refugees [People and Society]

Executive seeks better way of tapping into wider range of views from asylum seekers.

Transport plans spelled out [Transport]

Series of nine regional leaflets detailing transport improvements and vision for future.

Sunday 17/03/2002

Major funding boost for Scottish e-science [Business and Industry]

Research grant to develop new technologies and world class expertise.

Saturday 16/03/2002

Gaelic growing more popular [Arts and Culture]

Glasgow conference shares Celtic community experience of Gaelic medium schools.

Friday 15/03/2002

Gigha Islanders celebrate 'New Dawn' [Rural Development]

Islanders receive title deeds to west coast island they now own.

Wednesday 13/03/2002

New appointments for NHS Lanarkshire [Health and Community Care]

Mr Lex Gold CBE has been appointed as Chair of Lanarkshire NHS Board.

Monday 11/03/2002

Euro funding boost for Clyde Urban Waterfront [Government]

Inverclyde and West Dunbartonshire to benefit from an £18m initiative.

Lanarkshire shellfish factory refurbished [Marine and Fisheries]

Aquaculture businesses should work together to achieve added quality for products - Minister

New service to help recovering drug users [People and Society]

Support and advice available for users returning to the Inverclyde community.

Yes vote will mean "safer communities" [People and Society]

Deputy First Minister visits tenants about to vote in housing transfer ballot.

Friday 08/03/2002

Network of learning centres in place [Education and Training]

Creation of a network of 300 learning centres throughout Scotland has been achieved.

Small screen offers big rewards for Scotland [Arts and Culture]

Ewan McGregor joins Culture Minister at launch of second phase of the Glasgow Film Office.

Thursday 07/03/2002

Cash windfall for old fridges and freezers [Environment]

Local authorities to share £1.69 million to ensure efficient disposal of ozone.

Wednesday 06/03/2002

The pieces being put in place [Health and Community Care]

First progress report on how £100 million Health Improvement Fund is being used.

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