A decision on greater lockdown restrictions being imposed in Scotland will be made in the early part of this week, the Health Secretary has said.
Organisations helping women who have suffered domestic abuse are to get extra cash to help with the increase in demand for services during the coronavirus pandemic.
The latest Covid-19 figures for Scotland show three more confirmed coronavirus patients have died, bringing the total number of deaths under that measure to 2,505.
A north-east teacher has spoken of his frustration at the lack of clarity over singing lessons amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Liberal Democrats can regain credibility and relevance by listening to people’s concerns during the coronavirus pandemic and not focusing on “distractions” such as Brexit and Scottish independence, Sir Ed Davey has said.
Nicola Sturgeon has called on the Prime Minister to convene an emergency meeting this weekend to discuss what further steps are needed to combat the rising number of coronavirus cases.
An Edinburgh Rugby academy player who breached coronavirus rules by attending a house party has tested positive for Covid-19.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has warned difficult decisions will be made this weekend to force coronavirus back into "retreat".
The Scottish Government will back new laws being put forward by a Labour MSP aimed at improving protection for shop staff.
Residents of Scotland have been urged not to cross the English border unless for essential purposes.
The new leader of the Liberal Democrats Sir Ed Davey said he will be “mucking in” with workers at Fife Zoo during his first visit to Scotland since his election.
BBC Scotland has announced it will screen Nicola Sturgeon’s coronavirus briefings over the “coming weeks”, as the corporation looks to adapt how it covers the daily updates from the First Minister.
Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf is being urged to make clear if the Scottish Government will change controversial new hate crime legislation before the end of Holyrood’s October break.
Large quantities of drugs, tens of thousands of pounds in cash and weapons including a Samurai sword have been recovered in a county lines day of action by police.
Police Scotland’s budget is expected to take a £15 million hit due to the cost of personal protective equipment (PPE) and a loss of income from policing events and sporting fixtures, MSPs have been told.
Nicola Sturgeon has been urged to do “whatever it takes” to allow more people to visit relatives in care homes during the coronavirus pandemic.
Jim Leighton can remember the struggle he faced after being discarded from the first team at Manchester United 30 years ago.
More than 70% of people in Scotland believe pubs should have a 9pm curfew, according to a new poll from YouGov.
More than 100 organisations across Scotland have shared a £6.4 million fund as part of an emergency support package for the heritage sector.
A report into the deaths of three residents at a beleaguered Skye care home has been handed to the Crown Office.
Retail in Scotland is “improving, but incredibly modestly” while facing challenges brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, according to experts.
The vast majority of people seeking help from Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) for employment and housing issues have never used the service before, the latest figures show.
Priorities set out by Police Scotland’s chief constable were done so “without the means or resources to deliver them”, a watchdog has found.
Concerns were raised about the development of more than a fifth of children living in Scotland’s most deprived areas, a report has revealed.
Coronavirus con artists who pose as contact tracers as part of a scam in which they ask people to pay money to get tested have been branded “truly and utterly despicable” by Nicola Sturgeon.
A major annual survey has found for the first time a majority of people in all age groups across Scotland believe climate change is an “immediate and urgent problem”.
A pair of sea eagles have successfully bred in Deeside for the first time in around 200 years.
Coronavirus tightens its grip: A look at the rise in cases across parts of Europe and further afield
Several large European nations have seen a steady increase in the number of coronavirus infections being recorded in recent weeks.
Organ donation will become an opt-out system in Scotland in March, the Scottish Government has announced.
Two men have been charged after a series of break-ins at businesses around Scotland.