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Businesses need a “no surprises” approach to local lockdowns with rapid communication from health officials, CBI Scotland has said.
The Scottish Government should create an official exemption card or badge for those who are unable to wear face masks for medical reasons, according to a charity.
More than two-thirds of Scots who are eligible for a UK Government payment to combat fuel poverty are not receiving it, new research has suggested.
Aberdeen football players have been condemned by the Scottish Government for allegedly breaching coronavirus rules and putting the return of professional football “at risk”.
A helicopter has helped move car-sized boulders from above the A83 Rest And Be Thankful as efforts to clear a large landslip continue.
The Scottish Qualifications Authority’s chief examining officer will face questions from a Holyrood committee amid calls for an investigation into the exam board.
The number of Scottish households hit by the benefit cap surged by more than three-quarters in the first two months of lockdown, according to official statistics.
A CCTV image has been released of an elderly man who has dementia 24 hours after he went missing.
A 101-year-old is to lead a virtual clan gathering as coronavirus forced the centuries-old tradition online.
The Scottish child abuse inquiry is to examine why calls for a public inquiry were initially turned down by the Scottish Government.
Three men have been sentenced to at least six years in jail for killing a fellow prisoner.
Scottish tourism businesses should target people from the UK and Germany as they try to recover from the lockdown, according to researchers.
A helicopter is being used to clear a 100-tonne boulder from above the A83 Rest And Be Thankful as efforts to clear a large landslip continue.
There have been about 20 assaults on police officers and staff each day in Scotland, up almost a quarter on the five-year average, according to new figures.
The Care Inspectorate has moved to cancel the registration of a care home in Callander after improvements in infection control and cleanliness failed to take place.
Scottish Labour’s deputy leader has been criticised by an Aberdeen MP for an “unbelievably out of touch” tweet suggesting the city’s lockdown was a diversion from controversy over exam results and Covid-19 deaths.
Edinburgh Zoo has named a monkey from a vulnerable species which was born during lockdown after his native home.
Ruth Davidson visited new Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross at his Moray home four days before the resignation of his predecessor.
Exam results appeal process ‘more important’ than ever, says Nicola Sturgeon, amid criticism over ‘discriminatory’ grading
This year's exams appeals process will be "more important" than ever, Nicola Sturgeon has said, after a controversial moderation system saw thousands of young people have their grades lowered.
School pupils are planning to stage a protest over their exam results in George Square.
A woman has been killed in a crash on the A75 near Annan, Dumfries and Galloway.
A man has been left shaken after an attempted robbery at a shop in Falkirk.
Hiring activity in Scotland was down last month, with “any meaningful recovery” for the labour market “likely to take more time”.
Robust safety measures must be in place when schools in Scotland return next week, a teaching union has said.
A landslip at the Rest And Be Thankful caused around 6,000 tonnes of debris to fall from the hillside, one of the largest in recent times.
Parents are being urged to ditch the car for the school run when classes resume on August 11.
Newly appointed Scottish Tory leader Douglas Ross will contest his old seat at next year’s Holyrood election.
The Faculty of Advocates has raised concerns over “unintended consequences” for freedom of speech contained within the draft hate crimes Bill.
A man has been charged with murder after a body was found in a car in South Ayrshire.
The body of a man has been pulled from the Firth of Forth.