Pro-independence campaigners are planning to resume marching again when Scotland moves into the final phase of plans to ease coronavirus lockdown restrictions.
Breast cancer screening is to start again in Scotland after being halted due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Suicide prevention should be a “priority public health issue” for Scotland in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, ministers have been told.
Actor Ricky Gervais has called on businesses to donate to charity rather than paying for celebrity endorsements as he heaped praise on BrewDog.
Grit found in waste water could be recovered and sold for building material, a trial by Zero Waste Scotland and Scottish Water has found.
Policies to reduce carbon emissions have been proposed as Scotland’s economy moves out of lockdown.
An arts venue in the Highlands has been turned into a humanitarian aid centre to store food parcels for those shielding during the coronavirus pandemic.
Roads and car parking take up more than a third of space in two of Scotland’s biggest cities, analysis by the Scottish Parliament has found.
More than 80% of Scots think buying a puppy online is unsafe, according to a survey by the Scottish SPCA.
A Scottish pilot who was Vietnam’s most critical Covid-19 patient has been discharged from hospital, less than a week after doctors said he was virus-free and healthy enough to return home.
Changes to a tax on property sales will come into effect on Wednesday, the Scottish Government has announced.
Scots should get used to wearing face coverings in public “for the foreseeable future” after they became compulsory in shops as well as on public transport, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Police have seized paintball guns after firearms officers responded to a report of men shooting a gun on a balcony.
Frontline health heroes are being offered five years' worth of free stays at the world famous Gleneagles Hotel.
Nicola Sturgeon said she is hopeful people will comply with new rules making face coverings compulsory in shops.
One of Britain’s biggest gym chains lost around one in five of its members during lockdown, even though it froze their payments.
Restrictions on children moving between childcare settings are being reviewed but parents should not expect any immediate changes, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Scotland international Sean Maitland has signed a new two-year deal with Saracens.
Rishi Sunak has “bypassed devolution” with the latest part of his plan to rescue the UK economy after the Covid-19 crisis, Holyrood’s Finance Secretary has said.
Applications to attend Scottish universities from students outside the EU have risen by 16%, the latest statistics show.
Holiday makers jetting off to Spain will be forced to quarantine on their return, according to the Scottish Government
Nicola Sturgeon has said she is “deeply sorry” her Government’s flagship free childcare plans are being put on hold for a year because of coronavirus.
The Scottish Government’s flagship childcare plans are being put on hold until at least after the next school year.
Cadbury's Dairy Milk takes the crown as the nation's top choice, but is it yours? Have your say in our poll.
Tennent’s is giving away hundreds of thousands of free pints as pubs across Scotland get back to business.
Less than a fifth of childminders believe their business can survive a year under the current restrictions, a survey has found.
A political polling expert has said support for an independent Scotland is “not just a blip”.
European Union leaders could be “very reluctant” to allow the UK to rejoin their group, but could welcome an independent Scotland into the trading block, an expert has claimed.
Plea for politeness: Nicola Sturgeon says Scottish independence debate can learn from ‘kindness and solidarity’ shown in coronavirus crisis
Nicola Sturgeon has said the “kindness and solidarity” learned during the coronavirus crisis should be brought to the Scottish independence debate.
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