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Audit Committee - 8th Report, 2004 (Session 2) - Overview of the National Health Service in Scotland 2002-03
Environment and Rural Development Committee - 4th Report, 2003 (Session 2) Volume 1: Report - Inquiry into the National Waste Plan
Environment and Rural Development Committee - 5th Report, 2005 (Session 2) - Report on Inquiry into Climate Change
Environment and Rural Development Committee - 8th Report, 2004 - Report on Subordinate Legislation
Environment and Rural Development Committee Report - 14th Report, 2004 (Session 2) - Report on Subordinate Legislation
Environmental and Rural Development Committee - 13th Report, 2005 (Session 2): Stage 1 Report on the Environmental Levy on Plastic Bags (Scotland) Bill - Volume I Report - Scottish Parliament Papers 464
Environmental and Rural Development Committee Report - 14th Report, 2006 (Session 2) - Volume I: Report
Policy Memorandum - Environmental Assessment (Scotland) Bill
Rural Affairs and Environment Committee - 2nd Report 2008: Flooding and Flood Management
Rural Affairs and Environment Committee - Letter from Cabinet Secretary on Scottish Handling of Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD)
SPICe Briefing 04/100: Smoking, Health and Social Care (Scotland) Bill - Smoking Ban in Certain Wholly Enclosed Public Places
SPICe Briefing 04/26: Nature Conservation (Scotland) Bill - As Amended at Stage 2
SPICe Briefing 04/30: Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA)
SPICe Briefing 04/31: Emergency Workers (Scotland) Bill
SPICe Briefing 04/39: The Prohibition of Smoking in Regulated Areas (Scotland) Bill
SPICe Briefing 04/40: Organic Farming Subsidies
SPICe Briefing 04/44: Antisocial Behaviour Etc (Scotland) Bill - Stage 2 Amendments - Registration of Private Landlords
SPICe Briefing 04/46: Strategic Environmental Assessment
SPICe Briefing 04/49: Water Services etc (Scotland) Bill
Scottish Parliament Official Report - Environment and Rural Development Committee - Session 2, 2004 - Meeting 27 Wednesday 10 November 2004

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