An emergency fundraising appeal has been launched by a charity for the elderly as it experiences an “unprecedented demand” for help.
Officials have been urged to take action to halt the planned closure of rail works in Scotland which puts around 100 jobs at risk.
Around £700,000 of funding has been announced to help museums and galleries which have felt the serious impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Scotland’s chief medical officer (CMO) has been photographed visiting her family’s second home in Fife during the coronavirus pandemic, despite herself issuing advice to stay at home.
The number of people in Scotland who have died after contracting coronavirus is 218, up 46 from 172 on Friday, the Scottish Government has said.
More than 50,000 people across Scotland have signed up to offer help during the Covid-19 outbreak.
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.
More than a dozen residents at a Scottish care home have died in a week and their families have been told of a possible link to Covid-19.
Nicola Sturgeon says nobody in Scotland should be forced into making decisions on “do not resuscitate” forms as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
There are now more than 170 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the north-east.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has warned the coronavirus peak is still some time away as she announced the number of deaths in Scotland has risen to 172.
Face masks will not help the general public fend off coronavirus, Scotland’s national clinical director said.
Police have broken up a house party in Aberdeen and handed out penalty notices to six people under the new coronavirus rules.
Aberdeen legend Ally Shewan today called for Andy Considine to be called into the Scotland squad when the Euro play-offs finally go ahead.
People across the north-east have come together for the second week running in recognition of the life-saving work done by NHS staff during the coronavirus pandemic.
A drop in the purity levels of illicit drugs could lead to an increase in overdoses as dealers see disruption to their supply chain, according to a charity.
Coursework which has already been submitted by school pupils in Scotland will not be marked due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) has said.
Plans to conduct solemn criminal trials without a jury during the coronavirus pandemic have been shelved – but the fact the move was even considered has been branded “massively concerning”.
A total of 126 patients have now died in Scotland after testing positive for coronavirus, the Scottish Government has confirmed.
There are now more than 125 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the north-east.
With Europe in the grip of the coronavirus pandemic Scotland legend Willie Miller insists UEFA had to postpone the Nations League play-offs.
“It’s good because it means people are taking heed of what the government has asked of them."
Ministers have been told to “urgently prioritise” the delivery of more personal protective equipment (PPE) to nurses treating coronavirus patients.
UEFA have confirmed all internationals due to be played in June 2020 are postponed until further notice due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Sealed isolation pods will be used by the ambulance service in Scotland to safely airlift Covid-19 patients.
UEFA have reportedly postponed the Euro 2020 play-offs for the second time due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
There are now more than 100 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the north-east.
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.
A string of summer festivals in Edinburgh have been cancelled for the first time in more than 70 years following concerns over the coronavirus pandemic.
A minister and his family who fled Pakistan for Scotland as asylum seekers after receiving threats against their lives have become British citizens.