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Photographer who moved from England to Scotland says SNP’s Ian Blackford ‘tried to stir up hatred’ with Tweet alleging lockdown breach
The SNP's Westminster leader has been accused of "trying to stir up hatred" after publicly challenging a photographer who moved from England to Scotland over a supposed lockdown breach.
A man has been arrested after another man died when he was hit by a car in West Dunbartonshire.
Less than a third of teachers feel safe in Scottish schools despite measures to prevent coronavirus infections, according to a survey.
The Scottish Tories have appointed Jamie Halcro Johnston as rural economy and tourism spokesman.
Enforcing Scotland’s coronavirus travel ban is “simply impossible”, according to the head of the independent advisory group overseeing Police Scotland’s use of the emergency powers.
Discharging hospital patients who are infected with coronavirus into care homes has always been allowed in “exceptional circumstances”, Nicola Sturgeon has insisted.
A man has been charged with a series of offences after the death of a two-year-old boy in Edinburgh.
Scottish Hogmanay has effectively been cancelled, after the First Minister admitted it will not be given special exemption from coronavirus restrictions this festive period.
A care group has questioned the fairness of a watchdog’s inspections approach during the coronavirus pandemic after it emerged local authority homes are far less likely to be inspected than private ones.
A planned easing of coronavirus restrictions over Christmas will be “slight and careful”, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
A gun has been fired at a car in North Lanarkshire in an incident police are treating as a targeted shooting.
The Scottish Government has "no plans" to make the Covid-19 vaccine compulsory but officials will launch an information campaign to encourage public uptake in the new year.
Three men have been charged after 4.2 million suspected illicit cigarettes were seized from a warehouse by customs officials.
The head of the Scottish National Investment Bank (SNIB) has said he hopes it will become an “institution” as it was launched on Monday.
Coronavirus restrictions are forcing people into debt in order to pay their bills, according to a charity.
The Scottish government has been told their response to climate change is “good, but could still do better” by a climate emergency group.
A man has been charged in connection with the death of a two-year-old in Edinburgh.
Ministers across the four nations of the United Kingdom support allowing "some limited additional household bubbling" over the Christmas period, the UK Government has confirmed.
The Scottish Conservatives have made a fresh attempt to compel the Scottish Government to release the legal advice it received for the judicial review on the botched investigation into allegations against Alex Salmond.
Two women were threatened as three men wearing disposable face masks broke into a home in South Lanarkshire.
The coronavirus death toll in Scotland has risen by seven in the past 24 hours.
Scottish Tory leader Douglas Ross is “in it to win it” in the 2021 Holyrood elections, despite his party lagging behind the SNP in the polls.
A man who died after being hit by multiple cars while walking on the M8 has been identified by police.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has said it is “entirely right and proper” for doctors to discharge coronavirus patients without a negative test to care homes if it is deemed necessary.
There are “no plans” to make a Covid-19 vaccine compulsory in Scotland, Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has said.
The Scottish Government will invest £35 million in the creation of a new tool for the planning system which will make it easier for the public to be involved in the process.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of “disrespecting parliament” over support on offer for hospitality businesses.
Scotland’s Finance Secretary Kate Forbes has urged the Chancellor to inject another £98 billion into the UK economy to help mitigate the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
A care home in Falkirk has confirmed 20 residents have died a month after testing positive for Covid-19.
Kyle RNLI was called to rescue nine divers, after their boat suffered a mechanical failure.