Greens have said they want to work with ferry bosses at Calmac to set up new links between Scotland and Europe.
Johnson & Johnson has said it is delaying the rollout of its coronavirus vaccine in Europe amid a US probe into reports of rare blood clots in some recipients.
One of my great joys in life before lockdown (remember that?) was travelling to different cities and towns across the UK and Europe.
I read with horror the John Lewis plans to cease trading in Aberdeen city centre with immediate effect.
Thousands have spent the Easter holiday lining up for injections at hippodromes, velodromes and other sites as France tried to speed up vaccinations amid a new rush of coronavirus cases.
Britons who have had both coronavirus vaccine doses could avoid quarantine measures under Government plans to restart international travel, it has been reported.
The Philippines, Pakistan, Kenya and Bangladesh will be added to England’s “red list” of countries under a travel ban as of next Friday, the Department for Transport has said.
Foreign getaway destinations will be ranked under a traffic light system, with fewer restrictions tied to the places boasting the lowest coronavirus rates and high vaccination take-up, it has been reported.
Countries across Europe resumed vaccinations with the AstraZeneca shot on Friday, as leaders sought to reassure their populations it is safe.
NHS Lothian has apologised to patients affected by the delayed completion of the “safest hospital in the world” ahead of its full opening.
Animal Crossing has proven to be a lockdown hit for Nintendo, with the latest instalment becoming the firm’s fastest-selling game ever launched in Europe.
The Scottish Greens have launched their campaign for the 2021 Scottish Parliament election with the slogan “vote like our future depends on it”.
The Scottish Greens claim to be the only party which can deliver a “fair and green recovery” after the pandemic, as it launches its Holyrood election campaign.
The European Union’s border and coast guard has come under pressure following a series of allegations that it was involved in illegal pushbacks of migrants.
Mitsubishi has announced plans to sell two new vehicles acquired from its Alliance partner Renault for select European markets – but this won’t include the UK.
Europe recorded one million new coronavirus cases last week, an increase of 9% from the previous week and a reversal that ended a six-week decline.
Warnings from retailers about possible shortages of some fresh foods show the “diminution of the quality of life” brought about by Brexit, the Constitution Secretary has said.
The UK has laid out its road map for lifting all lockdown restrictions by the end of June, but many major economies are taking a different approach.
A region in south-east France is adding daytime weekend lockdowns to a 12-hour nightly curfew already in place seven days a week to slow a surge in coronavirus infections that is straining hospital resources.
A plume of Sahara dust that has blanketed parts of southern and central Europe in recent days caused a sharp rise in air pollution across the region, researchers have said.
Three separate missions are nearing Mars as humanity seeks out answers to the universe and whether the red planet was ever home to life.
Germany and the Netherlands have seen transport disrupted as heavy snowfall and icy temperatures gripped parts of central and northern Europe.
The Culture Secretary has said the EU must budge to end the “absurd and self-defeating” obstacles facing UK-based musicians wishing to tour Europe post-Brexit.
Calls have been made to scrap part of the Brexit deal relating to Northern Ireland, as the Prime Minister warned Brussels he will act to prevent trade barriers being put up in the Irish Sea.
As the European Union’s medicines regulator prepared to consider clearing AstraZeneca’s Covid-19 vaccine for use, a draft recommendation from a German expert committee called for offering it only to under-65s for now — adding to the spotlight on the vaccine.
A modified version of the Boeing 737 Max, incorporating multiple safety upgrades, has been approved to resume flights in Europe, the European aviation safety agency said.
The coronavirus pandemic’s spread across Europe is increasingly being powered by an especially contagious virus mutation first detected last year in south-east England, health experts have said.
Nicola Sturgeon says there is no "immediate concern" over medicine or food supplies in the run up to Christmas after more than 40 nations banned arrivals from the UK over coronavirus fears.
Fishing leaders "fear" a last-minute Brexit sell-out, amid reports Britain is prepared to offer European fishing fleets continued access to UK waters following the end of the transition period.
Online cake shop Jack and Beyond hit the sweet spot recently when they conducted some research into what the favourite cake is from 10 European countries.