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Scotland has recorded two more deaths from coronavirus, and a further 210 cases of the virus.
Hundreds of people gathered in the midday sunshine to watch as the King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery processed along the Long Walk in Windsor ahead of the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral.
Members of the public have expressed their sadness that original plans for the funeral of the Duke of Edinburgh could not proceed in Windsor.
Hundreds of patients were being evacuated from Johannesburg’s Charlotte Maxeke Hospital where a fire was blazing through parts of the facility in South Africa’s largest city.
Imported coronavirus variants are unlikely to set lockdown easing back to “square one” because immunity from vaccines “won’t just disappear”, according to a key figure on the UK’s immunisation committee.
The global death toll from coronavirus has topped a staggering three million people amid repeated setbacks in the worldwide vaccination campaign and a deepening crisis in places such as Brazil, India and France.
Council officials expect the “vast majority” of outdoor seating areas and street installations in Aberdeen to be removed, a report has revealed.
The SNP have been accused of short-changing councils in the north-east by more than £140 million this year alone.
The premier of Canada’s most populous province says he will be limiting outdoor gatherings to those in the same household amid a record wave of coronavirus infections fueled by variants.
Twitter has confirmed some users may be experiencing an outage on its platform.
Union leaders are demanding the next Scottish government take “decisive action” on public sector say – claiming workers have seen salaries fall by 15% in real terms over the last decade.
‘We’ll be here ’til midnight’: Aberdeen friend groups reunited for first time in months as two-household limit relaxed
Groups of friends in Aberdeen have been celebrating the relaxation of the limits on household gatherings by holding long-awaited outdoor reunions.
More families in the capital secured a place at their top choice of primary school this year amid a significant drop in the number of applications during the pandemic, figures show.
Pregnant women should be offered a Covid-19 jab at the same time as the rest of the population based on their age and clinical risk group, according to new official advice.
The Government’s mass rollout of rapid result coronavirus tests is “dysfunctional” and “crazy”, an expert has said.
The big-screen adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s In The Heights will kick off the Tribeca Film Festival on June 9, two days before the film, set in New York, opens in cinemas and begins streaming.
Brendan Rodgers believes Leicester’s tarnished trio can become heroes again after their coronavirus breach.
Boris Johnson will watch the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral on television from his country residence of Chequers, Downing Street said.
Covid-19 cases in the north-east have risen by 25 in the past 24 hours, the latest figures show.
Japan decided to raise the coronavirus alert level in the capital’s three neighbouring prefectures and a fourth area in central Japan on Friday to allow tougher measures as a more contagious coronavirus variant spreads and adds to doubts about whether the Tokyo Olympics can go ahead.
Tens of thousands of Muslim worshippers gathered at a sacred Jerusalem plaza for the first Friday prayers of Ramadan after coronavirus lockdowns kept the site off-limits last year.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel urged parliament to pass a bill that would mandate a nationwide “emergency brake” when the spread of the coronavirus becomes too rapid, saying that it was needed to prevent the country’s health care system from becoming overwhelmed.
Government guidance requiring care home residents to isolate for 14 days if they leave their facility encourages care homes to act unlawfully by “falsely imprisoning” residents, say campaigners who are threatening legal action.
More than 200 jobs at a car parts firm in south Wales face being axed partly due to Brexit and coronavirus, the company has said.
We’ve put together some regularly updating charts and maps showing the demographic information available on the people affected by the coronavirus pandemic in Scotland.
The head of the World Health Organisation said coronavirus cases are continuing to rise globally at “worrying” rates and noted that the number of new cases confirmed per week has nearly doubled during the past two months.
A leading business organisation has pledged to introduce "cafe culture" as part of a radical reinvention of Aberdeen city centre.
President Rodrigo Duterte said it is uncertain when the Philippines can get adequate Covid-19 vaccines while warning more people will die and “the worst of times” is yet to come.
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.
Family top of the agenda: Skye man says he is excited to visit family in north-east as restrictions begin to ease
A Skye man has spoken of his excitement that travel restrictions have now eased as he will be allowed to visit family on the opposite side of the country.