More than two-thirds of Scots who are eligible for a UK Government payment to combat fuel poverty are not receiving it, new research has suggested.
Summer is here and it is a great time to make some healthy changes. The past few months have reminded us of what really matters; our health.
Statistics watchdog reprimands Nicola Sturgeon over her claim Scotland’s coronavirus levels were five times less than England’s
The UK statistics watchdog criticised the claim as new figures revealed Scotland had the third highest excess mortality rate in Europe in the first part of the year, behind England and Spain.
Scotland is at an “advanced stage” in developing a coronavirus proximity tracing app to be available by the autumn, the First Minister has said.
‘Heed the dire warnings’: Coronavirus furlough plea to Rishi Sunak as Scots firms look to make layoffs
Rishi Sunak is facing renewed calls from businesses and MPs to extend the furlough scheme, amid warnings of mass layoffs.
Scotland’s hotel industry has been given £14 million in an effort to secure jobs until next year.
A north-east MP has signalled his support for a new campaign from the UK dance music and events industry requesting funding in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
People are being encouraged to enjoy summer safely by exploring destinations closer to home. Taking a holiday in the United Kingdom offers people the chance to uncover some stunning scenery, wonderful attractions and superb accommodation without having to jump on a plane.
The majority of people in Scotland believe the country should be able to set its own immigration policy, according to a new survey.
A student is calling on the Government to help people in full-time education cover funeral costs for relatives after she was forced into debt to pay for her father’s service.
The Brussels and UK chief negotiators have aired mixed messages over the likelihood of a post-Brexit trade deal following the conclusion of their latest London-round of talks.
Nicola Sturgeon has said she has no plans to meet Boris Johnson if he visits Scotland this week.
A north-east MP has held talks with UK Government officials outlining his plan to save jobs in the event and hospitality industries.
Summer is here and people from across the country can enjoy the many attractions that we have on our doorstep, as long as we follow UK Government advice and enjoy summer safely.
UK Government plans for an internal market post-Brexit could threaten devolution, an academic has warned.
The furlough scheme and self-employment support have helped 891,500 Scots during the coronavirus pandemic, according to the latest UK Government figures.
No fines have been issued since new lockdown measures on face coverings were introduced in Scotland last week.
Scotland’s Constitution Secretary has said the UK Government should “keep its hands off devolved powers” in a row over state aid regulations.
A north-east MP has called on the government to review the axing of free TV licences for over-75s.
Rumoured plans for the UK Government to withhold state aid powers after Brexit would be a “full-scale assault on devolution” and increase support for Scottish independence, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Scottish ministers are calling on Westminster to “do the right thing” and suspend restrictions that deny some immigrants to the UK financial help.
A fishing vessel has been detained in Scrabster amid a crackdown on operators accused of cutting payments to crew during the pandemic.
An industry chief has joined calls for long-term support from the UK Government for the oil and gas sector.
People across the country are being encouraged to enjoy summer safely by following official advice and staying safe.
At a glance: Chancellor’s summer spending plans including vouchers to eat out and a cut in VAT for tourism and hospitality
Tourism and hospitality businesses will have their VAT bill slashed and people given vouchers to go out and eat as part of the UK Government's efforts to mitigate the economic damage caused by coronavirus.
City leaders have held a "very positive" meeting with a senior government minister in a bid to attract investment to Aberdeen.
Arts funding from the UK Government will be passed on in full to the Scottish sector, Nicola Sturgeon said.
Council leaders are due to meet a senior government minister today in a bid to attract investment for energy transition in the city.
Scots urged to take care as beer gardens and outdoor cafes reopen today amid warning from English police
Nicola Sturgeon has urged Scots to socialise safely as beer gardens and pavement cafes reopen across the country following a warning from police in England that drunk people will not stick to the rules.
Scotland should welcome as many Hong Kong residents as possible after they were granted the right to move to the UK, the Scottish Conservatives have said.