Home has become “increasingly unsafe” for children as alerts to police and councils have surged 40% in lockdown, according to NSPCC Scotland.
Religious leaders have welcomed news that communal worship can resume earlier than expected.
Restrictions on children moving between childcare settings are being reviewed but parents should not expect any immediate changes, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
An increase in walking seen during the coronavirus outbreak should continue, Scots have been told.
Aberdeenshire Council has outlined its plans for children returning to nursery next month.
The Scottish Government must not “dither” in spending a “windfall” from the Chancellor’s £30 billion economic recovery package, the leader of the Scottish Tories has said.
EXCLUSIVE: NHS emails show Scottish Government was warned of PPE issues ‘a long time’ before pandemic
Concerns about PPE stocks were raised regularly by senior health chiefs well before the coronavirus outbreak swept across the UK, NHS emails have revealed.
Holyrood would lose tax income if it matches stamp duty promise but save buyers hundreds of pounds, experts claim
Cutting Scottish "stamp duty" to match the UK Government could cost the government a "significant" amount of taxes but make nine in 10 house sales in Scotland "tax free", it has been claimed.
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 boss of Aberdeen International Airport has spoken of his frustration over the lack of clarity over air bridges in Scotland.
The Scottish Government’s flagship childcare plans are being put on hold until at least after the next school year.
The Scottish Government has announced a £325,000 fund to increase jobs in crofting in the Western Isles.
Pupils in Falkirk will not return to the classroom full-time until almost two weeks into the new term.
An appeal has been lodged with the Scottish Government over plans to create a new quarry in the north-east.
Finance ministers from the devolved administrations have joined forces to push for more fiscal powers from the UK Government.
The Scottish Government should act swiftly to repeal emergency legislation that makes it easier to detain people with mental health conditions, according to Holyrood’s Equalities and Human Rights Committee.
‘A shameful picture’: First Minister says government still to identify which pupils require ‘unused’ laptops
The Scottish Government does not know which children need access to laptops promised to them during the coronavirus school shutdown.
Bands including Biffy Clyro and Primal Scream are among signatories to a letter calling on the Scottish Government to support music businesses “before it is too late”.
A £9 million package of support for Edinburgh Trams and the Glasgow Subway has been revealed by the Scottish Government.
Finally, the arts are being thrown a lifeline in the devastating storm of coronavirus.
Cancelled operations were at their lowest level on record in May, with just 311 planned surgeries not taking place throughout Scotland.
City leaders have held a "very positive" meeting with a senior government minister in a bid to attract investment to Aberdeen.
A petition has been launched to push the Scottish Government to adopt a Bill capping rent prices after it was dropped by a Holyrood committee.
A target to ensure 95% of all accident and emergency cases are seen within four hours was met in May for the first time in almost three years.
Drinkers queued for more than a hour to get into beer gardens as they reopened across Scotland on Monday.
Arts funding from the UK Government will be passed on in full to the Scottish sector, Nicola Sturgeon said.
North-east cafes and bars opened for the first time in months today after the Scottish Government relaxed rules on lockdown.
Gordon Campbell Gray, owner of The Three Chimneys on Skye, says he feels ashamed by recent scenes discouraging visitors from over the borders and beyond.
Council leaders are due to meet a senior government minister today in a bid to attract investment for energy transition in the city.
Nicola Sturgeon has encouraged people to socialise safely as beer gardens and pavement cafes reopen across Scotland.