Scotland is on the verge of passing the “sombre and deeply distressing” milestone of 5,000 Covid deaths, Nicola Sturgeon has warned.
Travel restrictions designed to stop the spread of Covid-19 from higher prevalence areas in Scotland will be become law this week, Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
Calls are growing for a public inquiry to be held into the discharge of dozens of Covid-19-positive patients into care homes from hospitals across Scotland.
A watchdog accused of “burying bad news” about dodgy carers is to start publishing reports again.
Transport Secretary Michael Matheson has refused to say if the Scottish Government will be repaid in full from the future sale of Prestwick Airport.
The Stonehaven rail crash and stormy weather led to NHS Grampian cancelling dozens of operations in the summer, it has emerged.
New figures show NHS Grampian is the only health board in Scotland to miss a government guideline for cancer treatment times.
Talks have taken place with the aviation sector over a pilot scheme to test passengers arriving at airports for coronavirus, Transport Secretary Michael Matheson has told MSPs.
The Scottish Government has no record of how many people have brought coronavirus into Scotland since quarantine restrictions were first introduced, it has been revealed.
Politicians have reacted to the news of a new lockdown for Aberdeen city, with pubs and restaurants ordered to close.
Communications giant BT has been urged to "invest in the city" amid fears more than 100 jobs could go in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen is among the areas which has been hit hardest by the Brexit vote, according to a new study.
Border skirmish: Nicola Sturgeon fails to rule out quarantine for people travelling from rest of the UK to Scotland
Nicola Sturgeon has said introducing quarantine for people coming to Scotland from England is being considered, as she raised fears Boris Johnson was letting the coronavirus “circulate” south of the border.
Doctors need more cash to bring an end to “appalling” delays for children accessing mental health treatment, a senior politician has said.
Just 44.6% of West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine towns and villages have 4G Coverage, compared to 100% in Aberdeen North and 96.1% in Aberdeen South
The number of people awarded crisis grants in the city has risen by 9%, new figures have revealed.
In the Scottish Parliament a ban on smacking was overwhelmingly backed in principle. MSPs voted in favour of a bill to give children the same protection from assault as adults.
NHS Grampian had the most cancelled operations for non-clinical reasons in the country, according to new figures.
Patients in the north-east are waiting longer than 18 weeks after referral for chronic pain disorders according to new figures.
A change in the law to boost organ donation is a step closer – but a senior politician believes there could be a “scandal” without careful wording.
A north-east MSP has accused the Scottish Government of having “run out of ideas” in the wake of its latest budget.
A former high-street bank in a north-east town is to become a hub for small businesses.
Politicians have hit out at rail chiefs saying commuters are “sick and tired” of the disruptions – after a week of travel delays.
The public deserve “real answers” over the AWPR project, a north-east MSP said today.
Substantial problems to a major bypass bridge could delay the opening of the entire project, an MSP has claimed.
NHS Grampian has missed a number of key targets according to a new report – including waiting times for children’s mental health.
More than 120 teaching posts have still to be filled across the north-east, new figures reveal.
The transport secretary should “stop dithering” and set a realistic date for opening the AWPR, according to a senior MSP.
A north-east MSP has accused the Scottish Government of losing control of the Aberdeen bypass project after questions were raised about the scale of recent repairs.
A north-east MSP has called for the protection of Bennachie while upgrades to the A96 are planned.