With the Covid-19 vaccination programme now under way, we've put together a collection of Covid vaccine tracker charts to monitor the progress of the Covid-19 vaccine rollout across the UK.
Scotland's education secretary John Swinney has suggested that all pupils could be back in school before the end of this academic year, as younger children and some secondary students prepare to return to classes on Monday morning.
The Scottish Government is to adopt a very cautious approach when it lays out a road map to easing lockdown restrictions next week, as the Scottish Conservatives say they want to see "clarity and hope."
John Swinney has been accused of "dithering" over a coronavirus quarantine exemption for oil and gas staff amid growing anger over a lack of clear answers for workers and their families.
Sometimes it feels like you’re the only one following the orders to stay at home.
Nicola Sturgeon has said she wants "if at all possible" the current lockdown to be the last Scotland has to go through, as she confirmed her officials are still working towards eliminating coronavirus.
Nicola Sturgeon has agreed to "consider" a move to exempt offshore workers from having to quarantine in hotels when they return from overseas but warned any decision will be subject to the "utmost caution".
A new roadmap out of lockdown will be published next week but restrictions will remain in place across Scotland until at least early March "and possibly for a period beyond that", Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
A phased return to school will start from Monday for younger pupils and some senior pupils who have practical assessments to complete.
Nicola Sturgeon has not ruled out the creation of specialist long Covid clinics but said there is "not sufficient understanding" of the condition.
Joanna Cherry’s sacking came in response to a "long-standing pattern of unacceptable behaviour", senior SNP sources claim.
SNP leaders have been accused of "ruthlessly wielding the knife" against Joanna Cherry in a dramatic escalation of the party's explosive civil war.
Scotland’s top prosecutor has refused to say whether police have contacted Joe Biden’s administration to ask for the truth about CIA torture flights.
Plans to spend millions of pounds replenishing Scotland’s stockpiles of life-saving PPE were shelved after a last-minute intervention by Westminster.
Scottish ministers have announced plans to establish Scotland's first green freeports in a "screeching U-turn" that could attract major new investment and jobs.
The unemployment rate in some parts of the Highlands has almost trebled as Covid wiped billions from the tourism industry, MSPs have been told.
Collecting more data on how vaccines are being distributed would slow the roll-out down, according to Scotland's clinical director.
Fishing industry pleas for an export "grace period" have been rejected by Environment Secretary George Eustice.
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Permanent Secretary explains why harassment complaints against Alex Salmond were passed on to the Crown Office
Scotland’s most senior civil servant has defended her decision to report harassment claims against Alex Salmond to Scotland’s prosecutors against the will of the women involved.
Rishi Sunak has been urged to bail out struggling fish exporters who have lost hundreds of thousands of pounds in sales due to Brexit red tape.
Only one question appeared to catch Alex Salmond slightly off guard when I interviewed him in Aberdeen almost a decade ago.
Nicola Sturgeon has warned the spread of coronavirus is now no less “serious and severe” a problem in the Highlands than it is in the central belt.
Nicola Sturgeon’s flagship ambition to deliver 30,000 new apprenticeships in 2020 has been missed, the Scottish Government admits.
Boris Johnson "simply isn't up to the job", Keir Starmer shot as he claimed the prime minister's "serial incompetence" has cost lives and jobs.
All over 80s in Scotland will be given Covid vaccine by end of this month, promises health secretary
All over 80s in Scotland will be given a Covid vaccine by the end of this month, Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has promised.
The news at the start of the week that mainland Scotland was going into a second lockdown was difficult to hear.
Alex Salmond has accused Nicola Sturgeon of breaking Scottish Government rules by giving “untrue” accounts of the circumstances surrounding a meeting to discuss harassment allegations against him.
Takeaways and non-essential collection services at risk as Scotland records highest daily death toll
Takeaways, non-essential click and collect services and construction could be restricted further as ministers ponder even tougher lockdown measures after Scotland recorded its highest-ever daily coronavirus death toll.
High-end whisky exporters fear post-Brexit trading rules could lead to aged malts being blocked from sale on the continent.