Further coronavirus restrictions could be introduced in Scotland if the new rules do not have enough effect, the Deputy First Minister has warned.
Irish Government ministers are restricting their movements after a Cabinet member tested positive for Covid-19.
Five JD Wetherspoon pubs confirm closure as the north-east enters Level 3 of coronavirus restrictions
Several pubs in the north-east have closed until further notice after the Scottish Government tightened coronavirus restrictions.
The option for a post-Christmas lockdown in Scotland “remains on the table”, the Health Secretary has said.
Nicola Sturgeon has insisted she did not “pick on” Edinburgh by refusing to loosen coronavirus restrictions in place in the city.
When it came to catering for big events, the balls, awards ceremonies and banquets, Ardoe House Hotel had both the capacity and the experience.
As a new five-tier system comes into effect, hospitality businesses are now operating under new rules.
North-east moves to Tier 2, Tier 1 for north and Moray: The new rules around pubs, restaurants and socialising
With a new five-tier system coming into place from Monday, hospitality firms are now gearing up for the new rules. Here, we break down what to expect.
If the north-east moves to tier two, what will the rules be around pubs, cafes, restaurants and socialising?
With a new five-tier system coming into place from Monday, hospitality firms in the region are anxiously awaiting confirmation of what level of restrictions they will face.
How will the £40m fund to support Scotland’s embattled hospitality businesses be allocated, who gets what and will it be enough?
After the Scottish Government outlined details of a fund to help businesses affected by the latest Covid-19 restrictions in Scotland, we break down who is entitled to what - and whether it will be enough to save those on the brink.
‘It’s like the prohibition era again’: Dismay as pubs and restaurants are banned from selling alcohol and told to close indoors at 6pm
Hospitality business owners and representative bodies have been reacting to the new measures announced by the First Minister with one warning the regulations were "a death sentence for many businesses".
‘When the bars empty at 10pm they’ll find the nearest house party to go to’: Pub and restaurant owners respond to curfew news
With a 10pm curfew coming into place from Friday, local businesses share what it means for them, and their fears that this will only lead to a rise in the number of illegal house parties.