Nicola Sturgeon has been urged to set out when financial assistance which could help struggling taxi drivers will be made available.
Labour MSP for the North East Jenny Marra has announced she will step down at the next election.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said she is unable to reveal how many people have been discharged from hospital to care homes without a negative Covid-19 test.
Scottish Tory leader Douglas Ross is “in it to win it” in the 2021 Holyrood elections, despite his party lagging behind the SNP in the polls.
A restart date for amateur football should be announced to “give hope” to players and clubs, Labour leader Richard Leonard has said.
A Fife mother with terminal cancer will be able to take her children on a final holiday to Tenerife despite concerns that coronavirus travel restrictions would prevent her from getting to Edinburgh airport.
A mother with cancer will be allowed to go on a “final holiday” with her children despite Scotland’s travel ban, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
The Scottish Government hopes to agree a new pay deal for NHS workers that will recognise their “incredible efforts” during the coronavirus pandemic, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard has brought former leadership rival Anas Sarwar back on to his frontbench as part of a reshuffle.
Scottish Labour has demanded the Scottish and UK Governments do more to help taxi drivers who have been left struggling during the coronavirus pandemic.
Nicola Sturgeon has said it is a concern that coronavirus tracers were unable to contact more than 3,500 Scots who tested positive for the disease but insisted the country's Test and Protect system was not to blame.
Nicola Sturgeon has said it is a concern that coronavirus tracers were unable to contact more than 3,500 Scots who tested positive for the disease.
Coronavirus grants should only be paid to businesses that pay the real living wage and do not use zero-hour contracts, Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard has said.
Nicola Sturgeon has been urged to scrap the coronavirus restriction ban on amateur league football matches in Level 3 areas.
Retired and former healthcare workers could be drafted in to help keep the NHS afloat amid a warning from the first minister that services face a "very, very challenging winter".
Nicola Sturgeon has said she is “absolutely committed” to securing a new pay deal for NHS staff.
Swathes of north east Scotland could be forced into near-lockdown measures regardless of the number of cases it records, the First Minister has admitted.
The so-called Aberdeen Nine are to remain suspended from Labour until at least 2022.
Restrictions on household visiting should be lifted on Christmas Day, Scottish Labour’s leader has said.
Nicola Sturgeon has dismissed calls for an immediate public inquiry into coronavirus in care homes after being urged to "fill in the blanks" of a delayed report that grieving families criticised for providing too few answers.
Nicola Sturgeon has dismissed calls for an immediate public inquiry into the impact of coronavirus crisis on care homes.
The Scottish Government now spends £1,089 less per student on teaching in universities than when the SNP came into office in 2007, Scottish Labour has claimed.
Labour Party leaders have met with football fans to discuss what support the sport needs.
Scottish Labour has announced a plan to encourage investment in Scotland and “rewrite the rules of our economy”.
More than 150,000 children across Scotland will benefit from extra funding to extend free school meals over the Christmas and Easter holidays, the social security secretary has announced.
Scottish Labour begins formal process to select candidate for potential by-election in disgraced MP Margaret Ferrier’s seat
Scottish Labour will have a candidate for a potential by-election in Margaret Ferrier's constituency "within weeks", it has been revealed.
Nicola Sturgeon has insisted her Government did not ignore advice from scientific advisory group Sage, as she said ministers have to strike a balance between suppressing coronavirus and the harms of lockdown.
Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of leaving Scotland's hospitality sector "in the dark" over tough new coronavirus restrictions and the specifics of a £40 million emergency fund to support the firms hardest hit.
Sir Keir Starmer was told Scottish Labour was a “joke” when he hosted a virtual meeting to highlight local frustration over Margaret Ferrier’s breach of Covid rules.
Hospitality bosses have warned a 16-day indoor booze ban ordered up as part of a sobering array of new measures to tackle coronavirus will be a "death sentence" for many businesses across Scotland.