Holidaymakers have given a mixed reaction to different quarantine restrictions in place in Scotland about travel to Spain, but are united in hoping the rules change before their return home.
The First Minister has led commemorations in Scotland to mark the 25th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide.
A £9 million package of support for Edinburgh Trams and the Glasgow Subway has been revealed by the Scottish Government.
Drinkers queued for more than a hour to get into beer gardens as they reopened across Scotland on Monday.
Nicola Sturgeon has encouraged people to socialise safely as beer gardens and pavement cafes reopen across Scotland.
Shop staff were threatened with a knife during two incidents in the north of Edinburgh on Saturday.
Owners of short-term let properties in Edinburgh are being encouraged to provide accommodation for homeless people in the long term.
A fundraiser has been launched for the family of a three-year-old boy killed in a crash in Edinburgh.
The Scottish Youth Climate Strike group is to stage a protest outside the First Minister’s daily coronavirus briefing on Friday, calling for a green recovery from the pandemic.
The family of a three-year-old killed in a crash in Edinburgh have said they are “devastated” by the loss of their “happy, bubbly, intelligent little boy”.
A three-year-old boy has died following a car crash in Edinburgh.
A woman and child have been taken to hospital after a car mounted a pavement in Edinburgh and hit a shop.
A woman and child have been taken to hospital after a car crash involving pedestrians in Edinburgh.
A councillor has been arrested and charged in connection with sexual offences and indecent communications.
Rail passengers heading to and from Aberdeen are facing delays this morning.
Local residents have used rubbish gathered in a city park to spell out Scotland’s coronavirus death toll to highlight the impact the virus is having on communities.
Protesters have been warned they face arrest if they engage in “violence and thuggery” at demonstrations this weekend.
A cyclist is in a life-threatening condition after he was struck by a van in Edinburgh.
The public inquiry into two of Scotland’s newest hospitals will start on August 3, Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has announced.
A seven-year-old boy is in hospital with serious injuries after being hit by a car.
A cathedral has been reopened for people to spend time in prayer and reflection by former Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson.
People will soon be able to enjoy drive-in movies at Edinburgh Airport in an initiative involving the city’s international film festival.
A memorial chapel at a church in Edinburgh is to open for private prayers as lockdown restrictions have been further eased.
A cleaner, a doctor and a carer were among outside the Scottish Government’s headquarters in Edinburgh calling for a fair and green economic recovery from the coronavirus crisis.
A cyclist has been taken to hospital after a collision involving a car in Edinburgh.
A man has been charged after two Range Rovers and an Audi were taken from an industrial estate near Edinburgh.
People will be able to enjoy films, comedy, music and other entertainment at drive-in events which aim to offer distraction this summer after months of lockdown.
Members of the Kurdish community in Scotland have protested against Turkish air raids in Iraq.
Historic human remains, whale bones and a small cannonball are among objects uncovered during excavations for phase two of the Edinburgh Trams project.
A man jailed after coughing on two police officers during the coronavirus pandemic has had his sentence more than doubled after appeal court judges ruled it was “unduly lenient”.