First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says shopping trips will be “a bit different” compared to pre-lockdown.
Leisure attractions such as Edinburgh Zoo have also reopened as lockdown eases.
There are eight new coronavirus cases reported since Saturday but zero deaths recorded.
There are 15 new coronavirus cases reported since Friday but zero deaths.
Scott Morris filmed the thunderstorm that hit Saltcoats early on Friday morning.
No deaths recorded in the last 24 hours in Scotland.
The police warning comes as a number of protests are due to take place across the country this weekend.
New restrictions in place as staff balance safety with public access to the justice system.
Michael Heeps from High Valleyfield died after getting into difficulty at Loch Lubnaig, near Callander.
The scheme was announced ten weeks ago to support the mental health of inmates after visits were banned due to coronavirus.
Nicola Sturgeon confirmed the virus' reproduction rate, or R number, remains below one.
Royal Mail said the cuts come as part of a management overhaul.
More than £1.5m has been donated to to help vulnerable children and young people severely impacted by coronavirus.
Almost £500,000 will be allocated to support serving personnel, veterans and their families during coronavirus pandemic.
Scientists believe sea salt could boost the antiviral defence of cells that kick in when you are affected by a cold.
Writ has been served on the Parkhead club by Thompsons Solicitors, who represent survivors of sexual abuse.
Businesses have welcomed plans to ease lockdown restrictions in July.
People should be allowed to travel more than five miles for recreation from next Friday and visit family at home from July 15.
Nicola Sturgeon set out a range of 'indicative dates' for when she plans to lift certain lockdown restrictions.
Deaths have dropped every week for two months, with 49 registered last week, bringing the death toll to 4119.