Confirmed cases of coronavirus in the north-east have jumped by 15 in the space of 24 hours.
Technology such as smartphone apps could power contact tracing and help end the coronavirus lockdown, scientists have said.
A mass antibody test is at least a month away, a leading Government scientific adviser has said.
Police have criticised a driver who crashed after an insect flew into the vehicle while they were driving 10 miles to go for a walk.
The number of people who have died in Scotland after contracting coronavirus is 222, a rise of two from Sunday, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Thanks to the power of technology, we are still able to do things together online while being physically apart due to lockdown and social distancing.
Pharmacists across Scotland have reported an increase in abusive and aggressive behaviour during the coronavirus pandemic.
There is no strong evidence to support the general public wearing face masks to protect against Covid-19, researchers have said, although they may offer some protection for the vulnerable or those living with somebody who is ill.
Boris Johnson is still in hospital under observation but had a “comfortable” night after being admitted on Sunday with persistent coronavirus symptoms, Downing Street has said.
Inverurie Locos boss Andy Low has still given his squad an appraisal of the season – and his hopes for next term – despite the abrupt end to the campaign.
Councils will be forced to shut parks as a last resort if people keep breaking social distancing rules, it has been warned.
The Duchess of Cornwall has been reunited with the Prince of Wales after coming out of self isolation – just days before their 15th wedding anniversary.
Northern Ireland’s loyalist Twelfth of July parades this summer have been cancelled for the first time since the Second World War due to coronavirus, the Orange Order said.
The United States is braced for one of its darkest weeks in living memory amid the coronavirus pandemic, as some hard-hit European areas were seeing glimmers of hope.
Musical theatre costume designers are making scrubs for NHS medics working on the frontline in the battle against coronavirus.
A public body has warned businesses they will meet an “uncompromising” regulator if they try to flout relaxed environmental standards during the coronavirus outbreak.
Housing tenants will not be evicted during the Covid-19 crisis in Northern Ireland, Stormont’s communities minister said.
Oil and gas operator Taqa has confirmed a further seven suspected cases of coronavirus on a North Sea platform – taking the firm’s total to 20 across two assets.
Boss Derek McInnes today said NHS staff and front-line workers during the coronavirus outbreak are the real heroes – not the Dons players and management taking wage deferrals.
Duran Duran bassist John Taylor has said he is recovering at home after testing positive for Covid-19.
Huw Edwards has warned people to follow the guidelines for slowing the spread of Covid-19 as he revealed he has been in hospital with pneumonia.
Scotland’s “very capable” deputy chief medical officer will replace Dr Catherine Calderwood following her resignation but it will be up to the First Minister to appoint a permanent successor, Jeane Freeman has said.
The Queen’s address to the nation on Sunday evening was watched by more than 23 million people.
At least 80 migrants risked their lives to try to cross the Channel as the UK experienced a sunny weekend in lockdown.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has said he will declare a state of emergency for Tokyo and six other prefectures as early as Tuesday to fight the coronavirus outbreak but there will be no hard lockdowns.
Thoughts are turning to how the UK will end its period of lockdown and start the transition back to normal life.
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack fears there could be no more Scottish football in front of supporters until the end of the year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Labour’s new shadow chancellor calmly handled her first big test in the role when her young daughter burst into the room during a live interview.
Both employees are recovering at home in self-isolation, but the transport giant has moved to reassure customers and the wider public that its vehicles are thoroughly and regularly cleaned and disinfected.
The SEC will not be charging rent for the event centre to be used as an emergency hospital during the coronavirus crisis, the Health Secretary has said.