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Food delivery service Deliveroo will make half a million meals available to NHS staff for free amid the coronavirus crisis.
Police have apprehended alleged coronavirus rulebreakers across the country this weekend, the first since the lockdown measures came into force.
St Mirren have called in the police after someone flouted lockdown rules by breaking into their stadium and running on the pitch.
More than £250,000 has been raised to help provide free hot meals for NHS staff, less than seven days after a campaign was launched by a small group of friends.
Coronavirus: ‘Disgust’ over claims Aberdeen firm terminated workers without option for Government’s support scheme
Workers have said they have been “hung out to dry” and “abandoned” by Bilfinger Salamis after their jobs were cut without the option to use the Government’s coronavirus support scheme.
The streets of Stockholm are quiet but not deserted amid the coronavirus outbreak.
The Scottish Government is to remind a construction company “of their responsibilities” after the Unite union raised concerns it was pressing ahead with a major development despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Properties in parts of Aberdeen city centre have been left without electricity due to a power cut.
A six-year-old girl has been reading stories to her family’s calves after the coronavirus pandemic saw people in Ireland and the United Kingdom ordered to remain in their homes.
Millions of face masks, gloves and aprons are being delivered to frontline healthcare workers in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Government has announced.
A comedian has postponed his sold-out Aberdeen show due to coronavirus.
Plans have been submitted to replace a shop front and fascia on a busy Aberdeen street.
Normal life will not resume for at least six months, a key Government doctor has said, as the Government placed all parts of the UK on an “emergency footing”.
North-east tenants will get increased protection if emergency legislation is passed next week.
Drivers abusing disabled parking bays in Aberdeen have been branded “shameful” after new figures suggested the problem is growing.
A consultant has become the first frontline NHS hospital worker to die after testing positive for coronavirus, NHS England said.
A motorist was stopped by a motorway patrol on a 224-mile round trip to buy a £15 item off eBay, police said.
A “massive” 25-person karaoke party at a house in Derbyshire has been dispersed by police.
No one will be evicted from their homes during the coronavirus pandemic, Scotland’s First Minister vowed as she announced plans for new emergency legislation.
Brian Noble, 58, sustained severe injuries in the incident, which left him unconscious.
The Scottish Government is set to launch a new volunteer scheme for those who want to help during the pandemic.
Alex Salmond’s QC has referred himself to the Scottish Legal Complaints Commission after he was filmed apparently discussing the case on a train before the former first minister was acquitted of all charges in his trial.
A birds of prey centre that has been “saved” by the Government’s job retention scheme has named its first two chicks of the breeding season after the Prime Minister and Chancellor.
Hull Trains is to temporarily suspend all its services from Monday as a result of “unprecedented circumstances” surrounding the coronavirus pandemic.
Six further people with coronavirus have died in Northern Ireland, taking the death toll in the region to 21.
Keep up with the latest updates as the coronavirus outbreak continues to impact across the country. Reporters from across the DCT Media titles will keep you up to date with the latest closures, cancellations, health information and more. We’ll bring you all of the news as it happens throughout the day:
A further coronavirus patient in Scotland has died, bringing the total number of deaths to 41, the Scottish Government has announced.
James McAvoy has donated £275,000 to a campaign to provide protective equipment for NHS staff, according to its founders.
Forty one people have died after contracting coronavirus in Scotland.
Patients in six hospitals across Scotland are to receive free bedside television for the next three months to combat loneliness during the coronavirus pandemic.