“The Government should hear from as many groups and organisations as possible – this forthcoming strategy is too important not to have a voice in shaping.”
A small group of Orkney crofters shared their views about the future direction of crofting with a Scottish Government team led by Michael O’Neill.
“Do Phàrlamaid, do chànain, thoir dhuinn do bheachdan. It’s your Parliament, your Gaelic, tell us your views.”
Tuesday 26 September at Kirkwall & St Ola Community Centre (doors 19:00, presentation to start at approximately 19:30).
The Scottish Parliament is reaching out to people in Orkney to have their say in the current consultation process over the Islands Bill. . Ewan Masson an Outreach Officer with the Scottish Parliament […]
It is the First Stage of a National Islands Plan.
“Digital technology has the potential to change the face of health and social care delivery. “
The Committee is asking people to provide examples of where a community based approach has been successful in removing barriers
If this Bill is passed, it will make it an offence for circus operators to use wild animals in travelling circuses in Scotland.
In Scotland since 2007 shortening the tails of young dogs has been banned. This legislation is currently under review