More than 50,000 people across Scotland have signed up to offer help during the Covid-19 outbreak.
The runners-up in the contest have congratulated Sir Keir Starmer on his election as Labour leader.
Sir Keir Starmer has pledged to bring the Labour Party together after he won the race to replace Jeremy Corbyn by a landslide.
The new leader of the Labour Party, Sir Keir Starmer, won a resounding victory in the leadership contest.
The head of Scottish Labour has said newly-elected Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer “gets Scotland” and he is looking forward to them working closely together.
First Minister Arlene Foster has said she has confidence in Northern Ireland’s health minister Robin Swann.
Millionaire Brexit-backing businessman Arron Banks has lost a bid to use European human rights law to overturn a six-figure inheritance tax bill on political donations to Ukip.
Concerns have been raised over apparent loopholes in the Government’s financial support measures for those working in the creative and cultural industries.
Ministers have been told to “urgently prioritise” the delivery of more personal protective equipment (PPE) to nurses treating coronavirus patients.
An Aberdeen by-election has been officially postponed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
The rollout of two key Scottish benefit payments has been delayed indefinitely in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
The number of seriously ill coronavirus patients being admitted to intensive care will continue to rise for at least the next two to three weeks, Scotland’s First Minister warned, as she announced that 76 people have now died with the disease.
Controversial plans to make it easier for people to change their gender are among legislative proposals being scrapped as the Scottish Government focuses on tackling the coronavirus outbreak.
New plans on tackling climate change have been put on hold in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, the Scottish Government has confirmed.
The Scottish Government has dropped controversial plans to temporarily end jury trials from its emergency coronavirus legislation.
Successful implementation of groundbreaking domestic abuse legislation is “still far off”, Scottish Women’s Aid has said, despite the new law coming into force a year ago.
The number of patients turning up at Scotland’s accident and emergency units has reached a new low in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak.
Campaigners have raised concerns over new figures showing the number of specialist teachers has fallen in Scotland’s schools.
Emergency powers allowing ministers to release prisoners from jail early during the coronavirus outbreak will only be used as a “last resort”, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said.
An MP has said he is “proud” that a Harrogate conference centre appears to have been chosen as a temporary hospital in the fight against coronavirus.
The number of unborn babies who are on the child protection register because of concerns about abuse or neglect has increased by more than 150% in the past decade.
A host of ex-ministers and senior MPs have backed a campaign to provide the families of NHS front line “heroes” with compensation if they die in the fight against Covid-19.
A Conservative MP has rubbished the notion that ventilator orders are being given to companies which are supporters of the party.
The Scottish Government’s flagship free childcare pledge has been shelved due to the Covid-19 outbreak.
The Scottish Events Campus (SEC) will be turned into a field hospital and cancer screening programmes will be paused to help the NHS respond to the coronavirus crisis, Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
A Scottish scientist leading attempts to develop a vaccine to combat coronavirus has challenged other countries to follow the UK’s lead and fund their efforts.
Labour leadership hopeful Rebecca Long-Bailey has confirmed that all candidates are to pre-record a victory speech ahead of the winner being announced.
The women who made sexual assault allegations against Alex Salmond have told how they have been left “devastated” after he was cleared in court of all charges.
Scotland’s Finance Secretary has said she has “serious concerns” about the wait self-employed people face to access new UK Government support.
The treatment of some cancer patients “may have to change” as the NHS battles against coronavirus, Health Secretary Jane Freeman has said.