Hibernian head coach Jack Ross trusts his players to follow the coronavirus protocols after Scottish football received a final warning from the government.
A radical plan to give Nicola Sturgeon a place at the top table of British politics has been rejected by Boris Johnson, senior Scottish Tories and constitutional experts.
Celtic’s next two matches have been postponed and Nicola Sturgeon has issued Scottish football with a final warning after Hoops defender Boli Bolingoli’s secret trip to Spain.
Scottish football could be given the “red card” if breaches of coronavirus guidelines continue, Nicola Sturgeon has warned.
The First Minister said: "We won't keep the restrictions in place longer than needed but we can't lift them too soon."
Confirmed coronavirus cases in Scotland have risen by 52 in a day, Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
A Celtic player’s trip to Spain has been branded “utterly unacceptable” after he failed to self-isolate upon his return.
Politicians have called for the safety of children returning to school to be the "immediate priority" as it emerged a lockdown extension could not be ruled out for the city.
There is no obligation on Nicola Sturgeon to sack John Swinney if a vote of no confidence in the Education Secretary is passed, Ken Macintosh has said.
‘We did not get this right’: Nicola Sturgeon apologises for exams controversy ahead of major U-turn on appeals
The First Minister has apologised to pupils over the handling of controversial exam results, admitting the Scottish Government did "not get this right".
Boris Johnson has defended "the magic" union between England and Scotland ahead of a week-long holiday north of the border.
The First Minister has confirmed she would not rule out a further extension of lockdown measures in Aberdeen.
Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said everyone visiting the country should follow coronavirus advice.
More than half of the new coronavirus cases in Scotland are in the NHS Grampian health board area, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
The First Minister has this afternoon apologised for the controversy around this year's Scottish exam results saying "we did not get it right".
First Minister Ms Sturgeon said an extension of the Aberdeen lockdown cannot be ruled out.
Exam bosses blame technical glitch for timeline showing some appeals will be withheld until next May
Exam bosses have blamed a technical glitch for a row which left opposition parties plotting to oust Scotland's education secretary.
Education Secretary John Swinney is facing calls to resign and could face a vote of no confidence in Parliament after the exam results “shambles”.
A “furious” Nicola Sturgeon warned Scottish football that its permission to play would be risked if there was a repeat of the situation that saw two Aberdeen players catch Covid-19 following a trip to the pub.
ANALYSIS: Rishi Sunak is an asset for the UK Government when it comes to Scotland but he still faces a daunting challenge
Rishi Sunak is a precious commodity for the UK Government when it comes to Scotland.
Nicola Sturgeon has said she is “furious” with Aberdeen FC players who broke coronavirus protocols with a visit to a city pub.
A “furious” Nicola Sturgeon has criticised the eight Aberdeen players whose trip to the pub sparked the postponement of their game against St Johnstone.
The First Minister has defended the work of contact tracers following criticism over a lack of staff to deal with the outbreak.
Having read the letter from Kenny Innes in the August 4 edition (‘Masks no problem), I can’t help but notice, whilst complaining of Frank Gilfeather’s alleged non-stop criticism of Nicola Sturgeon and the SNP, he fails to equally criticise Scott Begbie’s constant non-stop praise for the aforementioned person and her party.
A mobile coronavirus testing unit has been deployed to the test centre near Aberdeen International Airport, as concern grows amid a “rapidly accelerating” number of cases in the city.
Scottish Labour’s deputy leader has been criticised by an Aberdeen MP for an “unbelievably out of touch” tweet suggesting the city’s lockdown was a diversion from controversy over exam results and Covid-19 deaths.
Exam results appeal process ‘more important’ than ever, says Nicola Sturgeon, amid criticism over ‘discriminatory’ grading
This year's exams appeals process will be "more important" than ever, Nicola Sturgeon has said, after a controversial moderation system saw thousands of young people have their grades lowered.
Labour has written to Education Secretary Gavin Williamson calling for “urgent reassurance” that exam results in England “will not exacerbate existing inequalities”.
Newly appointed Scottish Tory leader Douglas Ross will contest his old seat at next year’s Holyrood election.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced earlier today that all pubs and restaurants in Aberdeen must close from 5pm as lockdown restrictions were put back in place.