Scotland's dental students face an extended final year of study, with fears many could be unfairly financially burdened without a support package.
Almost all older care home residents in Scotland have received their first dose of coronavirus vaccine, says the Scottish Government.
Scotland risks being the only European country not to offer a coronavirus support package for its independent news publishers.
People should "rally round" for their communities during bad weather to make sure the country's vaccine roll-out can continue.
The Scottish Government's refusal to accept responsibility for the "catastrophic failure" that is the islands ferry debacle is "shocking", say opposition parties.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon insists the country's vaccine roll-out is "working well" despite Scotland having the lowest proportion of population to have been administered a first dose in the UK.
There was an interesting moment during First Minister's Questions on Wednesday — no, stay with me — as Nicola Sturgeon responded to a query on the High Street from a Tory MSP.
North East MSP Liam Kerr has accused First Minister Nicola Sturgeon of giving Aberdeen a "slap in the face" after he asked a question on the city's retail future.
Scotland will have the strictest managed quarantine protocols of the four UK nations, the First Minister has announced, a move that has been slammed by one of the country's largest airport operators.
There is barely a person, family or business across Scotland that has not felt the acute impacts of living through the pandemic.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has again defended the Scottish Government's speed of the vaccine roll-out, following another "fall" in the Sunday rate.
The P&J Live Arena is to open as a mass vaccination centre this Monday as part of the country's efforts to curb the coronavirus.
The SNP government is using its push for a second referendum to "divert" attention from its record on "education and drugs", Prime Minister Boris Johnson says.
If a Prime Minister goes on a visit and there are no reporters there to meet him, has he really visited?
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the reason he took a "staggered" approach to post-Brexit fishing quotas was because he did not believe the industry was capable of catching "what was available from day one".
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has asked party whips to investigate travel and living arrangements made by one of her MPs.
The Scottish Government has continued to defend the speed of the coronavirus vaccine roll-out.
The SNP has defended MP Kenny MacAskill's two 500km round trips to visit his constituency from his second home in Banffshire.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said she would be "satisfied" with Scotland having the slowest vaccine roll-out rate as long as the final, self-determined government targets are met.
A Fife family fear their 70-year-old grandmother could be taken from them at any moment, after being "left in the dark" by the Home Office over her deportation.
Collecting more data on how vaccines are being distributed would slow the roll-out down, according to Scotland's clinical director.
"Childish game play" over vaccine dose numbers is not helping the country's battle against the coronavirus, it has been warned.
An online calculator that tells users where they are in the queue for a coronavirus vaccine has gone live.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has denied the vaccine roll out in Scotland is "patchy" and accused the UK Government of "spinning numbers".
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has denied claims the UK's Christmas eve exit agreement with the EU has "comprehensively betrayed" the fishing industry.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has defended the country's vaccination rate.
Monica Lennon and Anas Sarwar are to slug it out to become the next leader of Scottish Labour.
The Army has been drafted in to help roll out Scotland's vaccination programme at new specialist sites across the country.
The roll-out of the coronavirus vaccines in Scotland is still too "patchy", one of the country's top GPs has warned.
Scotland's dentists should be given the same help as their Welsh counterparts to prevent any chance of a "two-tier" health service, professionals say.