Scotland's not proven verdict could be scrapped in the next parliament with Conservatives and Greens pledging to get rid of it.
Garden centres, homeware stores, car dealerships and click and collect retail services are also able to reopen.
As of Sunday morning, 2,553,837 people across Scotland have received their first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine.
Nicola Sturgeon, Douglas Ross, Anas Sarwar and Ross Greer wished Scots a 'happy and peaceful Easter'.
STV's election bubble has been out and about as campaigning gets underway.
As of Saturday morning, 2,535,889 Scots have received their first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine.
Media reports on Wednesday suggested that the Glasgow summit this year may be pushed back or scaled down.
Nicola Sturgeon has vowed to serve another five years as First Minister if re-elected
The First Minister said 10 Conservative branch offices in England have also claimed for Covid support money.
As of Friday morning, a total of 2,515,748 Scots have received their first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine.
The Royal College of Nursing is calling for a 12.5% raise.
The rule has been replaced with guidance to ‘stay local’ for at least three weeks.
The 'third' verdict open to juries is unique to the Scottish justice system.
Media reports on Wednesday suggested that the Glasgow conference may be 'pushed back or scaled down'.
STV will host a series of interviews with the main political party leaders ahead of May's Holyrood election.
How does Scotland's economy get back on track as we emerge from the pandemic?
Alex Salmond said his newly-formed party had a ‘depth of talent, diversity and experience’.
The First Minister will host virtual town halls to address the people of Scotland and share her vision for the future.
National Records of Scotland revealed there were 61 deaths linked to Covid registered between March 22 and 28.
The High Court ruled it a 'standard process’ when it said the change could not be made in time for the poll.