The Swedish climate activist said she believes the summit in November should be postponed.
The First Home Fund's £60m pot was exhausted within five working days.
Our latest look at the big issues before Scotland goes to the polls on May 6.
The health secretary said the Scottish Government 'didn’t take the right precautions' in the early days of the pandemic.
Douglas Ross has pledged to increase mental health care to ten per cent of the NHS budget.
The summit will bring together world leaders for talks on climate change in Glasgow in November
Only two questions of real interest appear to remain before polling day on May 6.
Nicola Sturgeon highlighted the plans while campaigning in Glasgow on Thursday.
STV will host a series of interviews with the main political party leaders ahead of May's Holyrood election.
Douglas Ross also warned that a ‘tsunami’ of job losses could hit Scotland without urgent action to boost the economy.
Anas Sarwar said up to 700,000 children would benefit from the plan.
Half of frontline spending will go to GPs and community services if the SNP win election, Sturgeon said.
Surge in support for the Greens raises prospects of an 'independence supermajority'.
Labour outlined proposals to tackle unemployment as parties continued to campaign on Tuesday.
STV unveils comprehensive plans for covering this year's Scottish Parliament election.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced the results of the latest lockdown review.
The number of patients attending Scottish A&E departments in February was the second lowest recorded.
The next major change in restrictions is due on April 26, after hairdressers and click-and-collect services resumed on Monday.
Monday saw party leaders announce a raft of new policies as campaigning continues ahead of May's election.
Jeane Freeman said she favours digital certificates over paper versions to avoid placing an unnecessary burden on the NHS.