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Every care home worker in Scotland should be tested for coronavirus at their place of work within the next week, a think tank has said.
Three people have been rescued after their boat began taking on water while they were out fishing.
A painting of three front-line NHS workers at Glasgow Royal Infirmary has been gifted to the hospital by a local artist.
A motorcyclist was taken to hospital with serious injuries after a crash with a car in Glasgow.
An independent investigation must be launched into the spread of coronavirus in hospitals after it emerged more than 900 patients were infected while in for other treatment, Scottish Labour has demanded.
Churchgoers should wear face coverings and could have to book places at Mass when churches reopen, Scotland’s Catholic Bishops have said.
Survivors of a helicopter crash that killed four people are expected to give evidence at a fatal accident inquiry (FAI), a court has heard.
Scotland's economy is not expected to recover to pre-coronavirus levels until at least 2023, the country's chief economist has warned.
The Just Transition Commission should continue beyond 2021 to help the post-coronavirus economy become more environmentally sustainable, Scottish Labour has said.
A motorcyclist has been taken to hospital after his bike was involved in a crash with a police car.
A man has appeared in court charged with attempted murder after a pedestrian was hit by a car.
Coronavirus: If your neighbour is having a house party call the cops, says Scotland’s most senior police officer
Chief Constable Iain Livingstone has urged people to tell police if neighbours are throwing a house party, as he warned lockdown easing had made people “demob happy".
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said the number of minority representatives in the Scottish Parliament is “not good enough” as she said no country is immune from racism.
Parents are being asked to keep children safe around watercourses during the Covid-19 lockdown.
The coronavirus lockdown has had a “rapid and severe” impact on the economy and jobs, with recovery not likely before 2023, Scotland’s chief economist has said.
A man robbed in his car after being knocked unconscious believes a group of people was involved in the attack.
The head of Scotland’s largest teaching union has said school staff are “up against it” in preparing for the return of exams next year.
Scotland’s education system “can’t cope” without an increase in funding for more staff over the coming year, the head of Scotland’s largest teaching union has said.
Three men have been charged in connection with serious assaults in Midlothian.
The Scottish Government is to consider recommendations made in a report into marches and parades in Scotland.
A majority of people support a 15-metre smoking ban outside of hospitals, according to a Scottish Government consultation.
Scots are less likely to visit parks during the coronavirus pandemic than those in the rest of Britain but feel safer when they do, according to a new survey.
Edinburgh Zoo and Highland Wildlife Park face “financially disastrous” results if they cannot reopen soon, their owner has warned.
Action will be needed to combat the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on people from deprived areas hoping to go to university, a new report has said.
The job market faced “extremely challenging conditions” in May as permanent and temporary placements continued to fall sharply amid lockdown, according to new research.
Next year’s exam diet should be cancelled, a researcher has said, as he warned of a widening of the attainment gap.
A wild boar disrupted rail services for several hours in North Lanarkshire.
A man has been charged in connection with an incident where a pedestrian was hit by a car.
A teenage boy has been sexually assaulted at a bus terminus in West Dunbartonshire.
Face value: Scots may be made to wear coverings in some public spaces, as Covid-19 transmission rate drops
Scots could be forced to wear face coverings in shops, on public transport and in some other public spaces as part of new measures being considered by the Scottish Government.