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Consumers have withdrawn nearly £2.5 billion less from Scotland’s cash machines during the coronavirus pandemic, according to new figures.
The remains of a medieval bridge have been found in a river in the Borders.
Fears have been raised that thousands of Scots may have missed out on cancer treatment or could have the disease but have not yet been diagnosed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Aviation unions have warned the Scottish Government that “doing nothing is not an option” amid the threat of airport job cuts with the end of the furlough scheme.
Nearly one in four people would not feel comfortable talking to their GP about self-harm, according to a new report.
Calls are growing for a public inquiry to be held into the discharge of dozens of Covid-19-positive patients into care homes from hospitals across Scotland.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has warned Scotland faces a tough winter but insisted the flu vaccination programme has not been a “shambles”.
Rural areas with relatively low Covid infection rates may have to have the same restrictions imposed on them as cities where the virus is more prevalent, Nicola Sturgeon has warned.
Hospitality groups carrying out a legal action against the Scottish Government’s coronavirus restrictions claim their proposals have been paid “little more than lip service”.
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Alex Salmond has called for an independent investigation into whether Nicola Sturgeon broke the ministerial code to be broadened to include claims she misled Holyrood.
Scots have been urged to “hold our nerve” because the coronavirus measures are working, although no part of the country is ready to move to the lowest level of lockdown.
Miners who were convicted during the 1980s strikes will receive a formal pardon, it has been announced.
Local leaders in Lanarkshire have pleaded with the Scottish Government not to impose the toughest coronavirus restrictions in the area – warning they could have “potentially catastrophic impacts” on local businesses.
A police car has crashed with another vehicle during a pursuit.
Making abuse survivors sign a waiver to receive financial compensation undermines their rights, campaigners have said.
Almost 80 patients who tested positive for Covid-19 were transferred from Scottish hospitals to care homes in the weeks immediately before and after lockdown, a new report has revealed.
The number of positive coronavirus cases in Scotland has passed 60,000, Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
The deaths of 270 people in the north-east have now been linked to coronavirus, according to the latest figures.
A new target has been set to massively increase the amount of wind energy produced off the coast of Scotland so it can provide enough electricity to power more than eight million homes.
People in Scotland who identify as being part of an ethnic minority have a longer life expectancy than those describing themselves as white Scottish, according to new research.
The number of people killed on Scotland’s roads increased last year although there were fewer casualties overall, figures show.
The review of Scotland’s fiscal framework next year should include consideration of further borrowing powers, a new report says.
Scotland’s coronavirus contact tracing app is now compatible with similar systems in Northern Ireland and Jersey – and should be able to link up with the app in England and Wales in the “coming weeks”.
She was the ‘wild’ puma who became a celebrity after being captured in the Highlands 40 years ago.
Coronavirus explained: What are the Scottish Government looking at when deciding what local authority goes to what tier?
Residents and businesses across Scotland face an anxious wait until the Scottish Government makes its final decision on what tier each local authority will be in tomorrow.
Police in the north-east have been called to break up dozens of house parties despite a ban on households meeting indoors, data shows.
Almost half of all workers in Scotland had their pay cut as coronavirus hit the country, a new report has found.
Former miners will gather outside the Scottish Parliament ahead of a statement on those who were convicted during strikes in the 1980s.
A new campaign has warned about the dangers of private firework displays this year amid the cancellation of many public firework displays due to Covid-19.