The new legal right is known as Jack's Law, in memory of 23-month old Jack Herd who drowned in a pond in 2010.
Edinburgh-based Kids Operating Room (KidsOR) was founded by Garreth and Nicola Wood.
Twenty-four organisations across Scotland are sharing in the CashBack for Communities funding.
The bank said 100 jobs will be in Edinburgh and a further 20 in Newcastle.
Lady Smith’s call for evidence comes ahead of the Phase 6 case study, which begins this summer.
Office for National Statistics data also show a fall in the number of Scots out of work
It is hoped Pocketalk will enable staff to have better communication with international passengers.
Friends of the Earth Scotland made the call as MSPs prepare to vote on legislation.
National Trust for Scotland is looking for an archaeologist and a seabird and marine ranger.
Kirsteen Cooper was arrested after hospital staff accused her of stealing blood from seven-year-old Baillie.
The city of Dundee is in the bottom ten in the UK rankings, and is ranked last in Scotland.
A medical technology firm has been given a £2.5m grant to carry out research in Scotland.
Campaigners have described the state of the country's air as 'shameful'.
The used Scottish Government computers will be sent to Malawi for use in educational projects.
Power firms have been paid to turn off wind turbines when the demand for electricity drops or the wind is too strong.
An idea named "Suzanne's Law" has been proposed by the families of victims.
Parkinson's UK Scotland will receive £140,417 from the National Lottery Community Fund to establish the first exercise network.
A report found the £5.2bn deals may have missed opportunities to meet national targets due to a lack of measures to track progress.
The trial aims to find treatments that can slow, stop or reverse progression of the terminal disease.
British Airways and Aer Lingus' owner say Flybe has an unfair advantage.