MSPs visited Glasgow this week to hear about the impact welfare reform is having on city residents
Glasgow will receive funding from the Scottish Government to help develop the skills that claimants will need to fill out benefit claims online.
A new report published by SCVO has called on the Scottish Government to introduce a change fund to help mitigate the impact of welfare reform on Scotland's poorest.
The Scottish Government has announced new measures that are being introduced to mitigate the impact of welfare reforms.
Sistema Scotland has been allocated £1.325 million to aid its expansion to Govanhill where it will establish a Big Noise Orchestra.
The Right Help at the Right Time in the Right Place - a Strategic Review of Learning Provision for Children and Young People with Complex Additional Support Needs was published this week.
An event in Glasgow’s Trades Hall this week celebrated the success of the Early Years Early Action Group which has helped 1989 children and 1697 parents in Glasgow over the course of the programme so far.
Glasgow Bike Station has recently received funding from the Scottish Government's Climate Challenge Fund to promote sustainable travel in and around Glasgow over the next three years
The Scottish Government published the draft budget for 2013/14 last week promising to stimulate growth for Scotland’s economy by spending £180 million over 2 years for construction, skills and employment and a green economic stimulus.