The five early signs of the potentially fatal condition sepsis will be highlighted in a new campaign.
Five sites have been identified as points where people are most likely to be annoyed by road and rail noise.
A scheme that keeps Aberdeen children fed and active in the school holidays has been given a major funding boost.
Funding for meals and activities during the Easter holidays has been announced for children from poorer families.
Licences for the killing of protected animals lack transparency and should be reformed, the Scottish Greens have said.
Consultation events are to be held to build plans for north-east health hubs.
Enforcement action could be taken against developer for unauthorised works to historic Aberdeen house
Enforcement action could be taken against a property developer for unauthorised works to a historic mansion house.
A roadshow will take place this week to help recruit people for a career in childcare.
The council has disputed claims Aberdeen will experience the biggest increase in secondary school pupils in Scotland over the next two years.
Labour has condemned “rip-off rents” it says are driving more families into poverty.
The number of cigarette retailers in Scotland’s most deprived areas is on the rise despite public health efforts to cut smoking, a study has found.
The transport secretary is urging the UK Government to ensure that time-sensitive exports such as Scottish seafood can still reach mainland Europe if there is a no-deal Brexit.
Fewer than one in 20 local authority vehicles are eco-friendly electric or hybrid models, new figures show.
A £4.4 million funding boost for regeneration projects in Scotland has been announced by Historic Environment Scotland (HES).
The First Minister has been urged to ensure her personal communications are preserved if these could be relevant to a probe into the Scottish Government’s handling of misconduct allegations against Alex Salmond.
The Scottish Government has set out a new framework to tackle discrimination against older people.
Sleep pods should be installed in Scotlands hopsitals as part of a “more holistic” approach to NHS staff wellbeing, the Tories have suggested.
The Scottish Government will use Brexit talks with the Prime Minister to try to push for voters to be given another say on staying in the European Union, Nicola Sturgeon’s Brexit Secretary has said.
The Scottish Government’s decision to allow women to take abortion pills at home is fundamentally flawed because it is not consistent with legislation, a lawyer representing an anti-abortion group has told a court.
A group set up to support survivors of sexual abuse has launched a campaign to reform the need for corroboration in Scots law.
An anti-abortion group that lost its legal challenge against a Scottish Government move to allow women to take abortion pills at home is to return to court.
The Scottish Government is being urged to speed up the pace in delivering its GP contract in a bid to overcome “deep-seated problems”.
Greater action to tackle climate change is supported by 70% of people in Scotland, according to a new poll.
A north-east charity has called for visually impaired pupils in the north-east to receive more support.
Councils across Scotland should be allowed to establish municipal bus companies, Scottish Labour has suggested.
Projects aimed at tackling the “toxic bigotry” of sectarianism are in line for a funding boost of more than £500,000, Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf has announced.
A new capital investment plan for the NHS in Scotland has been delayed because of Brexit uncertainty, the Health Secretary said.
Thousands of girls in Malawi will learn computer skills, thanks to funding from the Scottish Government.
The committee set up to investigate how misconduct allegations against Alex Salmond were handled by the Scottish Government is to raise issues concerning the “preservation of evidence” with the First Minister.
Some teachers in Scotland’s schools face violence from pupils “every day”, Education Secretary John Swinney has been told.