A mother with cancer will be allowed to go on a “final holiday” with her children despite Scotland’s travel ban, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Concerns have been raised over the decision for schools to remain open in areas where Level 4 restrictions will come into effect from Friday evening.
Introducing Level 4 restrictions to 11 council areas in Scotland in the weeks before Christmas will deal small businesses a “body blow”, experts have warned.
There will be no changes to coronavirus restrictions in the north-east of Scotland this week, Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
The Scottish Government hopes to agree a new pay deal for NHS workers that will recognise their “incredible efforts” during the coronavirus pandemic, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Areas of Scotland set for level four restrictions but no comment from first minister on changes for Aberdeenshire
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has stressed "things are not getting worse for Scotland" despite a steady increase in coronavirus cases.
Nicola Sturgeon has told the Prime Minister she expects him to stick to his word and provide Scotland with furlough cash if the country has to go into lockdown later than England.
A leading Aberdeen professor has spoken out against the potential of imposing a second national lockdown across Scotland, and stressed the country should be following New Zealand's lead.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has released a statement in response to Boris Johnson's briefing.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has responded to reports Boris Johnson is considering a national lockdown and asked people not to travel to England.
Remembrance Sunday and Armistice Day events across Scotland have been cancelled due to measures to tackle the coronavirus pandemic.
MSPs are due to debate the strategic framework for tackling Covid-19, which was published on Friday.
Solicitors representing the families of residents who died at a Skye care home have called for its former operator to be more transparent in its handling of coronavirus outbreaks.
The return of students to university after spending Christmas at home could be staggered, according to the Education Secretary.
Deaths from coronavirus have risen by 11 in Scotland in the past 24 hours, the Scottish Government has announced.
Glasgow Licensing Board has asked the Scottish Government “to allow licensed premises that serve meals to the public to remain open, even without serving alcohol”.
Supermarkets in Wales will not be allowed to sell items such as clothing and hardware during the Covid-19 firebreak lockdown, First Minister Mark Drakeford has said.
Hospitality bosses have launched a campaign calling for urgent support for the industry after restrictions were extended for another week.
A small business group has called for clarity from the Scottish Government over coronavirus restrictions.
A new poll has found the public views Scottish ministers’ handling of coronavirus as markedly better than their UK counterparts.
A former first minister has called on the country to leave political "bickering" aside and rally behind Scotland's current leader during the pandemic.
A ward at Scotland’s biggest hospital has been closed to new admissions after an outbreak of coronavirus among patients and staff.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said she is a "firm believer" in a "free and fearless press" as she discussed the vital role the media plays in democracy in an op-ed to support Journalism Matters Week.
Opposition MSPs have called for the Scottish Government to allow parent and baby groups to go ahead.
First, the stark, eye-popping fact: almost 100,000 people in Scotland could lose their jobs by the end of the year as the Covid crisis bites more deeply.
A union is calling for council workers who worked during the Covid-19 lockdown to receive a “key worker” bonus.
Applications for a new payment to support those on low incomes to self-isolate will open on October 12, the Social Security Secretary has announced.
Around a quarter of jobs are to be lost at an East Ayrshire factory as part of an engineering firm’s workforce reduction plans, a union has claimed.
Police Scotland responded to “at least” 300 house parties on the first weekend of tighter restrictions across the country, according to figures from the force.
Extra police will be on Scotland’s streets as bars and restaurants are put under a 10pm curfew.