The First Minister has said she cannot rule out a further extension of Aberdeen's lockdown measures, as she announced new legal powers to tackle the spread of the virus in hospitality venues.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon once insisted that her record in office should be judged on whether her government eliminated the attainment gap between rich and poor pupils.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said she will work with opposition parties to stop what has been described as a potential “avalanche” of evictions in the coming months.
New Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross has revealed he will quit his second job as a football linesman if he becomes first minister of Scotland.
From tomorrow wearing a visor alone will not be permitted in Scotland. instead a face covering must also be worn.
The First Minister has defended the work of contact tracers following criticism over a lack of staff to deal with the outbreak.
The First Minister said her "fears had been realised" in announcing a return to lockdown restrictions for Aberdeen.
The First Minister said she would not "comment speculatively" on claims an Aberdeen bar had to proactively get in touch with contact tracers in the wake of a recent outbreak in the city.
Nicola Sturgeon has warned she will make judgements over the coming days on whether to "step in and do anything further" to tackle a coronavirus cluster at an Aberdeen bar.
Overcrowded bars could lead to the hospitality sector being shut down, the First Minister has warned.
Up to 30 people can meet outside in Wales while maintaining social distancing from Monday, the First Minister has said.
A north-east MSP has hailed the decision to make public health messages available in different languages.
The first summit of the North South Ministerial Council (NSMC) since before Northern Ireland’s powersharing administration collapsed is under way.
Education Secretary John Swinney has said he is “very confident” his son will be safe when he returns to school.
Nicola Sturgeon has announced extra cash for the recruitment of teachers and to help schools reopen after she confirmed pupils will return to classes full-time next month.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced further changes in Scotland’s route map out of lockdown.
Pupils will be back in classes full-time by August 18, Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
Scotland’s First Minister will announce on Thursday if children can expect to be back in the classroom full-time from August 11.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has given her strongest signal yet that she will announce a full-time return to schooling.
Nicola Sturgeon has said she would not book a holiday abroad just now over fears quarantine rules could quickly change.
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has called for the evidence behind the “shambolic” decision to remove the exemption of quarantine rules from Spain.
No new Covid-19-related deaths have been recorded in Scotland for the ninth day in a row, Scottish Government figures show.
A Labour MSP has called on the Scottish Government to increase its fight to end food inequality.
Writing about the Covid-19 crisis, regular correspondent Andrew Lamb states that “while there have been mistakes, that’s the problem of being part of the UK”.
Aberdeen North MP Kirsty Blackman has been hailed by the First Minister for "bravely" opening up about the pressures on her mental health during lockdown.
The First Minister has revealed the country could move to more localised coronavirus restrictions to avoid "longer, more general lockdowns" across Scotland.
The tourism sector has welcomed Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon's announcement that beer gardens will be able to open on July 6 - but warns that unless the two-metre distancing rule is reduced, businesses will be forced to close.
The Scottish Government will "pay attention" to advice published tomorrow by the UK Government on the two-metre social distancing rule, the First Minister has said.
First Minister urges ‘caution’ out of lockdown but critics argue she has failed to understand ‘depth of economic and education crisis’
The First Minister has urged Scotland to exercise "care and caution" as it continues into phase two but faces accusations that she has failed to understand the depth of the "economic and education crisis" facing the country.
New figures have revealed the city's most deprived area is among the top 20 in Scotland for highest Covid-19 death rates.