Citizens Advice Scotland said rising costs as a result of Covid-19 could ‘fall heaviest on those least able to pay’.
First Minister to explain the Scottish Government’s plan to disrupt 'community transmission' of virus.
A total of £150,000 to 'enhance residential rehabilitation services' and £1.9m to help inmates who need opiate substitution therapy.
Nicola Sturgeon said the call will be made in discussion with local authorities.
Professor Harry Burns said continued widespread Covid-19 testing 'could have kept a lid on things much earlier'.
Nobody imagined the scale of what was coming, but how has society and the government handled the Covid-19 pandemic?
The Prime Minister said he was given 'litres and litres of oxygen' to keep him alive during his Covid-19 battle.
The PM and Carrie Symonds have named their baby boy Wilfred Lawrie Nicholas Johnson.
SNP leader at Westminster Ian Blackford accused the Tory Government of behaving with the 'height of irresponsibility'.
Kate Forbes has so far refused to commit to giving the funding to local authorities.
Fiona Hyslop said Creative Scotland is helping to identify ‘pivotal’ cultural venues to benefit from extra financial help.
The Education Committee has been holding focus groups with the profession on measures brought in after exams were cancelled.
The testing capacity in NHS labs in Scotland currently stands at 4350 per day, the FM announced.
The Scottish Trades Union Congress (STUC) said key workers are playing a vital role.
Deputy First Minister John Swinney fielded questions from the public on Scotland Tonight.
The regulations will now be laid before Parliament early next week, justice secretary Humza Yousaf said.
Speaking at his first No 10 press conference since being hospitalised, the PM said Covid-19's spread is now on a 'downward slope'.
What impact will cancelling this year's exams have on school pupils and the education system?
The First Minister said people risked 'devastating consequences' if they eased off on lockdown restrictions.
The First Minister said she was 'far from convinced' measures could be eased on the next review date of May 7.