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MSPs have voted to deny consent for a Bill which aims to protect undercover agents, saying greater safeguards are needed against lawbreaking.
New laws have been passed aimed at improving protection for shop workers, with the MSP behind the legislation insisting that “enough is enough”.
Completion of work on Edinburgh’s new Sick Kids hospital has been delayed by two weeks after a group of key workers needed to self-isolate.
NHS Scotland has filled more than 80% of its Covid-19 hospital capacity, according to official figures.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has denied the vaccine roll out in Scotland is "patchy" and accused the UK Government of "spinning numbers".
More than 400,000 doses of the coronavirus vaccine have yet to be given to patients despite having arrived in Scotland, the Tories have claimed.
A body of a man has been discovered in Midlothian.
Lockdown restrictions in Scotland to remain in place until mid-February with schools also remaining shut until then
Scotland will remain in lockdown until the middle of February, it has been announced.
Scottish Ambulance Service call handlers have started to receive the coronavirus vaccine after a government U-turn allowed them to be prioritised, a union has said.
Scotland has had 71 coronavirus-related deaths in the past 24 hours, new figures have shown.
Storm Christoph is expected to bring strong winds and rain across the region this week.
Anas Sarwar and Monica Lennon have both ruled out joining a "unionist coalition" after Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross said he is willing to work with other parties to take on the SNP.
The Scottish Government has said it will allow taxi drivers who are claiming Universal Credit to apply for a new support grant.
Five private hospitals are to perform urgent operations and cancer treatments for the NHS to help the service maintain patient care during the coronavirus crisis.
Cancer survival rates in Scotland have improved by 2% according to Public Health Scotland (PHS) analysis.
Highland health chiefs hope to complete the first wave of coronavirus vaccinations in the next 18 days - despite “some delays” in rural areas.
The pandemic has slowed down the approval process for renewable energy schemes, with paperwork left “sitting on desks for weeks and weeks” due to a lack of staff, MSPs have heard.
The average waiting period for high court trials has doubled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Scottish Hospitals Inquiry has announced it will hold public hearings in September to hear from affected patients and families.
The chief executive of NHS Western Isles has said Test and Protect has identified gatherings on Barra that fell outwith Level 3 restrictions.
A man was airlifted from a fishing vessel off Shetland after sustaining an injury in the small hours.
The two Scottish Labour leadership hopefuls have vowed they will make decisions independent of the UK party.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is set to give her weekly Covid-19 update to the Scottish Parliament today, with schools and the national lockdown on the agenda.
The value of fraud cases heard in Scotland in 2020 fell as Covid-19 created logistical challenges for the country’s justice system, according to new research.
The Scottish Greens have said they will not support a Bill aimed at protecting undercover law enforcement agents.
A leading fact checking expert has warned disinformation campaigns could pose a "real threat" to future votes in Scotland after the SNP launched a "national information service" as part of its new independence taskforce.
A lobbying firm is under pressure to reverse its decision to hand a job to Ian Duncan while the peer remains deputy speaker in the House of Lords.
More than half of Scots support independence, according to a new poll.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has denied claims the UK's Christmas eve exit agreement with the EU has "comprehensively betrayed" the fishing industry.
The new chairman of Scotland’s police oversight body has been announced by Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf.