A further 47 people across the north-east have tested positive for coronavirus in the past 24 hours.
Scotland has recorded a further two coronavirus deaths in the last 24 hours, Scottish Government figures show.
A charity has made an appeal to the Education Secretary for a learning disability and autism commissioner to be put in place in Scotland.
The rollout of tablets and laptops to digitally-excluded pupils by the Scottish Government has been branded a “shambles” by Scottish Labour.
A decision on the holding of Higher and Advanced Higher exams will be made before the February deadline, the Education Secretary has said.
A majority for the SNP at next year’s Scottish Parliament election will force the Prime Minister into allowing another independence referendum, the party’s depute leader has said.
Scotland has recorded a further 44 coronavirus deaths in the space of 24 hours, Scottish Government figures show.
The SNP will provide free breakfasts and lunches to all primary school children in Scotland all year round if re-elected next May, Education Secretary John Swinney has pledged.
Three Aberdeen residents are among the 44 deaths recorded by the Scottish Government in the latest daily coronavirus figures.
Next year’s Scottish budget needs to deliver a “reliable, sustainable funding settlement” for universities to help with the country’s recovery from Covid-19, a representative body for the sector has said.
Aberdeen University has set out its Covid-19 testing plans to ensure students can return home for Christmas.
A majority of Scottish parents believe exams for Higher and Advanced Higher should be cancelled next year.
The operators of the city airport have urged the Scottish Government to allow international arrivals to end their quarantine earlier if a Covid-19 test comes back negative.
Police Scotland have issued more than 30 travel fines over a week for breaches of coronavirus restrictions.
Aberdeen are submitting a request to have 1,000 fans at next month’s meeting with Ross County and hope to have more than 2,000 at their Boxing Day clash against St Johnstone.
A further 73 people have tested positive for Covid-19 in the north-east in the past 24 hours.
No decision has yet been reached on extending school holidays at Christmas, Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has said.
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Coronavirus vaccines should be labelled with the Union flag, Downing Street have reportedly demanded.
The Scottish Government has announced it will give £2 million to help children in some of the world’s poorest nations in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
The relaxation of coronavirus restrictions at Christmas should be used only to relieve social isolation and not to have a big party, Scotland’s national clinical director has said.
Mental health services are not receiving a “fair share” of government funding, a psychiatry body said as figures showed inpatient admissions are at their highest rate in over two decades.
A new initiative launched by the Scottish Government aims to increase local produce in convenience stores.
Legislation that will bring “overdue reform” to part of Scotland’s pub sector has passed a key vote at Holyrood.
No changes are planned for the number of fans allowed in Scottish stadiums in light of changes in England, sports minister Joe FitzPatrick has said.
Scottish fish producers have been dealt a fresh Brexit blow, after it emerged SNP ministers have failed to recruit enough environmental officers to certify catches for export to the EU.
Nicola Sturgeon has urged Scots to “think carefully” before forming a Christmas bubble with family and friends over the festive season.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said she is unable to reveal how many people have been discharged from hospital to care homes without a negative Covid-19 test.
Nicola Sturgeon has been told a lack of an impact assessment for plans to ease coronavirus restrictions over Christmas “seems deeply irresponsible”.
A further 74 people have tested positive for Covid-19 in the north-east in the past 24 hours.