Campaigners have welcomed the news that the youngest pupils are likely to return to school later this month but said the continuing limbo is “devastating” for older children.
Business groups have called on the Scottish Government to provide firms with a routemap out lockdown after First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced restrictions will remain in force until at least the end of February.
First Minister announces provisional date for schools to reopen as lockdown extended until end of February
Nicola Sturgeon has announced that current lockdown measures have been extended until at least the end of February in order to "keep the virus under control."
Parents will find out later if their children will be able to return to school by the middle of February, as Nicola Sturgeon gives the latest update on Covid-19 lockdown restrictions.
Michael Gove has supported Boris Johnson's trip to Scotland to build on the nation's Covid recovery despite the current travel ban.
The Scottish Government should focus on the rollout of the Covid-19 vaccine instead of independence, the Scottish Tories will say in a Holyrood debate.
Alex Salmond has been given a deadline by which to appear before MSPs probing the Scottish Government’s botched handling of harassment complaints against him
More than 400,000 doses of the coronavirus vaccine have yet to be given to patients despite having arrived in Scotland, the Tories have claimed.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said she does not want to raise parents’ expectations that schools will reopen next month.
Alex Salmond’s legal team say the former first minister is concerned that his appearance at a Holyrood committee would leave him “in jeopardy of criminal prosecution”.
Coronavirus continues to have an impact on the funding of about two-thirds of Scots students, according to a new survey.
The Scottish Government will “look again” at providing hotel rooms for people forced to self-isolate, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
A national drugs taskforce is to prioritise emergency response in reducing drug-related deaths.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said the Scottish Government was left with "no alternative" but to put mainland Scotland back into full lockdown in a bid to protect lives across the country.
This Hogmanay, as we look forward to a new year, most of us will be relieved to be ringing out the old one.
The First Minister has appealed to people across Scotland to bring in the new year at home with their own household in a bid to suppress the new strain of the coronavirus.
Royal sources have countered claims a cross-border trip by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to Scotland was in breach of Covid-19 travel guidance by stating it was for "work purposes".
There will be no changes to coronavirus restrictions in the north-east of Scotland this week, Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
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.
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.
A former first minister has called on the country to leave political "bickering" aside and rally behind Scotland's current leader during the pandemic.
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.
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.
The first minister said she was “sorry” for students in halls as she advised them not to visit pubs or other households this weekend.
Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed restrictions will be put in place across Scotland to tackle the rise in Covid-19 cases.
The First Minister has said the Scottish Government continues to engage on an "ongoing basis" with councils on winter planning, following concerns a resurgence of the pandemic could lead to roads being left untreated.
‘We’ve released the virus from lockdown’: Nicola Sturgeon cites ‘very definite trend’ in rising Covid-19 cases
The First Minister has said latest figures showing a rise in the number of coronavirus cases across Scotland mean she may need to "put the brakes" on some measures to ease lockdown.
The First Minister has cautioned against "political debate" over lockdown decision-making, following claims from Aberdeen City Council leaders that they had to "lobby" the Scottish Government to relax measures.