HMICS review finds ‘no evidence’ of inappropriate behaviour by undercover police in Scotland but calls for an inquiry continue
9 February 2018
Michael Matheson had concluded that a Scottish public inquiry into undercover policing would not...
15 December 2017
Event report: Closing the bridge between dementia policy and practice is the next step
8 December 2017
Event report: limits measuring deprivation by postcode
1 December 2017
Initiatives to support disabled people into work ‘need to be more person centred’, according to...
29 November 2017
This year’s annual SOCITM Scotland conference placed a heavy emphasis on cultural change to foster...
23 November 2017
A round-up of a wide range of measures that commit more funding, create new bodies and programmes,...
7 November 2017
New SFHA chief executive Sally Thomas is bringing some fresh ideas but she’s also keen to listen
20 October 2017
Associate feature: There is a lack of awareness about the impact obesity has on your chances of...
19 September 2017
The growing evidence of how particulate matter in air pollution is damaging our health
3 September 2017
The arts have a huge impact on Scotland, both economically and socially, and we need to talk more...
12 July 2017
Holyrood’s 6th annual Connect conference and awards brought together technology professionals from...
26 June 2017
Learning through technology must be led by teachers, Holyrood's recent conference hears
26 June 2017
Poverty and a lack of services are more keenly felt in remote locations