Professor Jillian Evans of NHS Grampian has said staff in the healthcare sector are struggling with the workload resulting from new variants of Covid-19.
Four independent schools in Aberdeen have joined forces for a series of online seminars looking at mental health.
People with long Covid in Scotland are being "robbed" of the opportunity to better understand their condition, says an Aberdeen man suffering the effects of the virus almost a year on.
The chairman of KPMG in the UK has resigned after reportedly telling staff they should “stop moaning” about worries over cuts to their benefits during Covid-19, and talked about meeting clients for coffee during the pandemic.
Gender equality has "never been more exposed" than during the coronavirus pandemic, say MSPs.
Former health secretary Jeremy Hunt has admitted the UK prepared for the wrong pandemic during his tenure by believing the next biggest threat would come from flu.
Taxpayers have been saving hundreds of thousands of pounds on MSPs' expenses for travel, hotels and accommodation during the pandemic.
MPs have warned the UK Government it risks "turning the clock back" unless it starts assessing the impact of the pandemic on women.
Nicola Sturgeon has insisted there is no wider issue with Scotland's vaccination programme, as she apologised for a botched appointment booking that saw an elderly woman collapse with suspected hypothermia.
International travellers arriving in Scotland will be forced to pay up to £1,750 a head to quarantine inside a hotel room for 10 days as part of tough new measures that go even further than those introduced by UK ministers.
Scotland is on course to hit the one million vaccine milestone this week with uptake surpassing expectations, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says.
Nicola Sturgeon has not ruled out the creation of specialist long Covid clinics but said there is "not sufficient understanding" of the condition.
National clinical director Jason Leitch concedes he is not able to give a date when sports fans will be allowed back into stadiums.
The UK Government must deliver investment in the energy sector of a level that allows Aberdeen and the north-east to "ride the storm currently enveloping it", says the SNP's new shadow business secretary.
There have been 33 new coronavirus cases across the north-east in the past 24 hours, the latest figures have revealed.
Scotland's dental students face an extended final year of study, with fears many could be unfairly financially burdened without a support package.
Regional Breakdown: 45 Covid cases registered across the north-east as national total increases by 758
The total number of new Covid cases in the north-east has risen by 45 for the second consecutive day.
A social enterprise is delivering thousands of pounds’ worth of treats to help lift the spirits of healthcare workers in the West Midlands, inspired by one doctor’s emotional appeal for support.
There is barely a person, family or business across Scotland that has not felt the acute impacts of living through the pandemic.
Divisions between warring factions in the SNP may be fascinating to the “Holyrood village” but they are not to most voters, says an expert.
Kate Forbes has been warned not to "waste" taxpayers' money on another independence referendum.
Shielding advice for the most vulnerable Scots may have offered only "relatively modest" additional protection from coronavirus and less stringent measures may have delivered similar results, according to a new report.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has asked party whips to investigate travel and living arrangements made by one of her MPs.
Museums want to create the UK’s “largest ever art exhibition” – taking place in people’s front windows.
Plans to spend millions of pounds replenishing Scotland’s stockpiles of life-saving PPE were shelved after a last-minute intervention by Westminster.
Linda Bauld, professor of public health at Edinburgh University, says the government should have followed in Asia's footsteps in border control, testing and contact tracing.
The Scottish Government has continued to defend the speed of the coronavirus vaccine roll-out.
Another pandemic-causing Disease X could potentially be around the corner and it is a matter of when, not if, a leading scientist has suggested.
The SNP has defended MP Kenny MacAskill's two 500km round trips to visit his constituency from his second home in Banffshire.
The lead clinician for the north of Scotland trauma network said he suspects a rise in injuries related to alcohol and self-harm is down to "the levels of distress" some people are experiencing.