New environment protection laws

New laws to protect wildlife and better regulate the management of Scotland's natural environment have been presented to the Scottish Parliament

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Ministers launch new career drive

Over 10,000 people across Wales will benefit from a new £3.6m investment to set them on the path to career success, Welsh Ministers have announced

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Improving literacy in Scotland

Everyone in Scotland - from the youngest nursery class child through to senior citizens - should have the opportunity to develop and improve their literacy skillst, that is the message from Education Secretary Michael Russell

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Environment Minister clarifies Wales’ position on ‘pay as you throw’

There are absolutely no plans to introduce 'pay as you throw' for household waste in Wales despite reports to the contrary, Environment Minister Jane Davidson said today

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Forensic science facility opens up in Scotland

Scotland's first purpose-built forensic science laboratory in almost 15 years has officially opened today

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Scottish NHS Knowledge Network

A new database set to provide NHS staff in Scotland with online information on areas such as patient care, clinical practice and research was unveiled today

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Chief Medical Officer publishes guidance on children drinking alcohol

The Chief Medical Officer for Wales, Dr Tony Jewell, has advised parents that children under 15 should not drink alcohol in new guidance on drinking among young people

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Praise for rural colleges in Scotland

Scotland's rural colleges have 'led the way' in reacting to the global economic downturn and will spearhead the recovery in their local communities, Cabinet Secretary for E more...

More schools sign up for healthy network

More than 99 percent of schools in Wales are taking part in an Assembly Government scheme to improve children’s health, Deputy Minister for Social Services, Gwenda Thomas more...

Chidren with additional needs

Children with additional support needs are to receive an improved service as a result of new measures that will make it easier for teachers and health staff to work togethe more...

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