Connecting Scotland is a Scottish Government programme set up to tackle digital exclusion during the coronavirus crisis.
Phase three is now underway and aims to remove barriers related to digital exclusion for unemployed young people and adults (aged 16+).
Not-for-profit community groups in rural areas can now apply for funding of up to £50,000, to trial new and innovative ways to address local challenges and benefit from local opportunities.
Leading Scotland safely out of the pandemic, urgently confronting climate change, driving a green, fair economic recovery, and boosting opportunities for children and young people are among the core priorities in this year’s Programme for Government (PfG), published today.
Tens of thousands of rural and island homes and businesses in Scotland are set to access the UK’s fastest and most reliable broadband.
Scottish Government investment of £384 million through the Reaching 100% programme (R100) will see building of full fibre connections begin in September 2021 around Oban, Argyll and Bute, and Portlethen and Newtonhill, Aberdeenshire.
Applications are now open for the Be Your Best Self personal development programme for women in agriculture.
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Kate Forbes, Cabinet Secretary for Finance and the Economy issues an update on Covid baseline measures for business.
The next steps in reforming the agriculture sector in Scotland and supporting farmers and crofters to cut emissions and produce sustainable, high quality food have been set out by Rural Affairs Secretary Mairi Gougeon.