First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has denied the vaccine roll out in Scotland is "patchy" and accused the UK Government of "spinning numbers".
More than 400,000 doses of the coronavirus vaccine have yet to be given to patients despite having arrived in Scotland, the Tories have claimed.
Splits are already emerging following the resignation of Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard.
A new fund designed to help businesses during the Covid-19 crisis had to be closed within just 24 hours after being inundated with bids for cash, MSPs have been told.
"Astonishing incompetence" from education bodies and political leaders has left Scottish schools woefully unprepared for a return to online learning and could cause chaos for future grades, says a leading expert.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said the Scottish Government was left with "no alternative" but to put mainland Scotland back into full lockdown in a bid to protect lives across the country.
At its best, Wednesday's recall resembled a second-rate pantomime performed with the grace of a school rugby team looking for something to tide them over until the end of term.
Ruth Davidson has said she regrets her “mistake” in voting against a Bill on assisted dying, with the Scottish Conservative leader saying it is time for the law to change.
'Twas the final first minister's questions before Christmas, when all through the chamber MSPs were stirring, to get their names in the paper.
The Scottish Government has been far too slow in rolling out support for businesses throughout the pandemic, Ruth Davidson has said.
Nicola Sturgeon has admitted more needs to be done to tackle drug deaths in Scotland as her Government was accused of cutting rehabilitation services “to the bone”.
Nicola Sturgeon accused her political opponents of peddling "wild conspiracy theories" as she faced a grilling over her husband's evidence to the Holyrood inquiry into the Alex Salmond affair.
Boris Johnson and EU leaders have agreed to continue Brexit talks until Sunday after a "frank discussion" in Brussels.
The Scottish Government needs to clarify when it hopes the full roll-out of covid vaccinations will be done, say the Conservatives.
Nicola Sturgeon has described the rollout of the new Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccine in Scotland as the "biggest logistical peacetime challenge that the country will ever have undertaken".
Nicola Sturgeon hailed the Covid vaccine as the “beginning of the end” of the pandemic as she announced the first jabs are to be administered on Tuesday.
Scottish ministers hope to decide this week if the Christmas school holidays will be extended as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Ruth Davidson has accused Nicola Sturgeon of “having something to hide” over the Salmond inquiry.
Nobel Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai has asked the UK Government not to cut the overseas aid budget in Wednesday’s Spending Review.
Rishi Sunak's spending review will set the budgets for Whitehall departments on Wednesday against the grim economic backdrop of the coronavirus crisis.
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.
Fife, Angus and Perth and Kinross Council areas will move into level three coronavirus restrictions this Friday, after a dramatic increase in cases.
SNP has confirmed Angus Robertson is to stand for the Edinburgh Central seat in the Holyrood elections in May.
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 insisted there is not currently a shortage of hospital beds or staff but warned NHS Scotland faces a “very, very challenging winter”.
A care home industry chief has accused others of putting "more weight" on a new report on positive Covid-19 cases transferred from hospitals to care homes than it "ever intended to deliver".
Boris Johnson is driving swing voters towards backing independence, a new poll has found.
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.