The regulator cut its cap on energy bills to their lowest level yet.
Responses to the survey included accounts of being refused taxi rides and entry to shops.
A total of 39 cases recorded in Grampian area of the country, according to the First Minister.
Police Scotland released the statistics as the chief constable pledged to support officers facing violence.
Man was also injured in the collision in Dumfries and Galloway.
Permanent appointments and temporary billings in July fell at the slowest rate since February and January.
There is anger and even tears as young people come to terms with the results of yesterday’s SQA awards.
The retailer has announced redundancies in the latest hit to the high street.
Tuesday’s downpour in Argyll and Bute caused a landslide to close the A83 at the Rest and Be Thankful.
Charity collective Best Beginnings, Home-Start UK and the Parent-Infant Foundation carried out the survey.
Schools have been given the go-ahead to reopen from August 11 and many local authorities have adopted blended learning.
ScotRail advises passengers to delay travel until further notice with severe disruption reported across the network.
Max Richards said the moderation process used to grade students was not a fair way to calculate results.
August hasn’t got off to a great start with heavy downpours affecting most of Scotland this week.
The Guinness and Johnnie Walker owner has seen its half-year profits almost halve as operating profits dived 47%.
Lucy Preston is raising money for Alzheimer's Research after her grandad was diagnosed last year.
Dixons Carphone is axing 800 jobs in a management overhaul.
NFU Mutual’s annual report revealed the theft of high-value tractors, quad bikes and livestock cost £2.3m in 2019.
Up to 1100 jobs are at risk as Pizza Express plans to restructure.
This year's results based on teacher estimates after exams were cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.