Members of the public are being invited to have their say on the future of Edinburgh’s Christmas and Hogmanay celebrations.
A man has been charged after holding a party on Hogmanay in a flat in Renfrewshire.
Since most folk have probably had a very quiet Hogmanay, let me be one of the first to wish you a happy new year. And cripes, do we all need a good-news, healthy 2021.
Nicola Sturgeon has raised concern over Scotland’s coronavirus figures being “worryingly high again” on the first day of 2021.
The streets were eerily quiet last night as people across the north and north-east heeded the calls to stay at home for Hogmanay.
Police dealt with revellers gathering at Edinburgh Castle to see in the new year despite warnings to stay at home amid rising coronavirus cases.
Normally, Hogmanay would see Stonehaven’s High Street transformed into a river of flames, resounding to the roar of thousands of spectators cheering on the annual fireball ceremony.
Police Scotland is “encouraging people to take personal responsibility” this Hogmanay with coronavirus curbs writing off any major public celebrations or gatherings.
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 said she "cannot rule out even tighter level four restrictions" as the country grapples with a new Covid-19 variant "fast becoming" the most dominant in the country.
Police have warned that they will be enforcing Covid rules to split up large gatherings at Hogmanay in Scotland.
NHS chiefs plead for people to stay at home this Hogmanay – warning Christmas Covid cases still rising
People across the north-east are being urged to stick to the rules this Hogmanay to stop the spread of coronavirus.
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.
More help is needed for businesses that rely on Hogmanay celebrations to bring in much of their cash, Labour has said.
Scots are being urged to follow coronavirus rules and not meet for Hogmanay.
Ebenezer Scrooge might have approved of the latest official pronouncements on how to “celebrate” – if that’s the right word – this year’s Covid Christmas.
Scots have been urged to stay home for Hogmanay as the number of new daily coronavirus cases surged above 1,000 for the first time in two weeks.
The First Minister and Police Scotland’s chief constable have urged people to “do the right thing” and follow coronavirus restrictions for Hogmanay.
Scottish Hogmanay has effectively been cancelled, after the First Minister admitted it will not be given special exemption from coronavirus restrictions this festive period.
Organisers of the famed fireball festival in Stonehaven have tonight announced the cancellation of this year's instalment.
The last six months has been hard, but we have achieved so much together. Don’t start losing the plot now.
Organisers hopeful fireballs can still go-ahead but visitors from outside north-east town urged to stay away
Organisers of the north-east’s most anticipated Hogmanay event are hopeful it can still go ahead despite ongoing coronavirus restrictions.
North-east residents advised not to travel from outside Stonehaven to Fireballs display this Hogmanay
The organiser of a popular north-east Hogmanay celebration has advised people from outside the town not to make plans to attend its display.
Elizabeth Stuart, 20, admitted repeatedly punching a woman on the head and punching a man on the body on December 31.
Police are appealing for information after a man was attacked on a bus in a north-east town.
Council bosses have admitted painting a town hall’s toilets ahead of a televised north-east Hogmanay celebration – despite plans to soon rip them out.
Around 1,500 people descended on Turriff for the town’s annual Hogmanay celebrations.
A capacity crowd packed the streets of Stonehaven to welcome in the new year at the annual Fireballs procession.
Thousands of revellers turned out to wave goodbye to 2019 and welcome the new decade in style at Aberdeen’s annual street party.
As the decade draws to a close, parties will get under way across the north-east to celebrate bringing in the new year.