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Thousands of Scottish beef producers will benefit from payments worth £40 million over the next few weeks, the Scottish Government has said.
Scots have been warned that the impact of the coronavirus pandemic could stretch out into the summer holidays if things do not improve.
Jackie Baillie has been elected as deputy leader of Scottish Labour, following the close of ballots in the election at noon on Thursday.
More than 90 people have been reported positive for coronavirus at a drive-through testing centre set up for NHS Lothian staff.
Alex Salmond’s QC is to resign from the top position in a lawyers’ organisation after he was filmed apparently discussing the former first minister’s trial.
Ferry companies and port operators need urgent support to stop routes being axed as a result of the coronavirus outbreak, Scotland’s Transport Secretary Michael Matheson has said.
The World Pipe Band Championships has joined the list of major events to be cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Scottish Government’s target of building 50,000 new affordable homes before the next election is unlikely to be met, housing minister Kevin Stewart has announced.
Nicola Sturgeon says nobody in Scotland should be forced into making decisions on “do not resuscitate” forms as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Deliveries of essential food and medicine to Scots who are vulnerable to serious illness as a result of the coronavirus outbreak have begun.
A man has been charged after police officers were allegedly assaulted at a park.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has stressed no-one should be asked to sign a do not resuscitate order (DNR) if they do not want to.
The Prince of Wales has hailed the new NHS Nightingale hospital as a “practical message of hope” for coronavirus patients during a “time of national suffering”.
The Scottish Government has announced a £10 million package of support for the seafood industry during the coronavirus outbreak.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has warned the coronavirus peak is still some time away as she announced the number of deaths in Scotland has risen to 172.
Hospital staff have said it was a boost to receive a phone call from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
The new NHS Nightingale Hospital in east London is just part of a nationwide push to increase capacity on a huge scale.
Face masks will not help the general public fend off coronavirus, Scotland’s national clinical director said.
The coronavirus lockdown may be why the streets are quieter than usual – but in one Perthshire town there was another reason for people to stay at home.
Nicola Sturgeon became emotional after saying the first thing she wants to do once the Covid-19 lockdown is lifted is to hug her parents.
A teenager has been charged with murder in connection with the death of a man in Renfrewshire.
Police have issued more than 140 fixed-penalty notices to people flouting coronavirus lockdown rules in Scotland in the week since new powers came into force.
Megabus coach services in England and Wales will be suspended by Sunday, owner Stagecoach has announced.
The Prince of Wales is to officially open London’s new NHS Nightingale Hospital which will treat intensive care Covid-19 patients, Clarence House has said.
A drop in the purity levels of illicit drugs could lead to an increase in overdoses as dealers see disruption to their supply chain, according to a charity.
Conservators have discovered paintings inside the coffin of an Egyptian mummy after she was lifted out of it for the first time in more than 100 years.
The brother of murdered humanitarian David Haines said he is “not strong enough to forgive” the British jihadis responsible for the killing, but said he took “courage, support and comfort” from children’s poems written in his sibling’s memory.
Construction of a temporary hospital in Glasgow to help cope with the Covid-19 outbreak is now under way.
Nicola Sturgeon has said lifting lockdown measures “prematurely” would not prevent Scotland from suffering further economic damage.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have phoned the colleagues of the first frontline NHS hospital worker to die after contracting coronavirus to sympathise with their loss and praise their “incredible” efforts.