Operating profit up 118% on previous year as broadcaster sees strong strategic momentum amid advertising recovery.
Takeover target Morrisons is at the centre of a bidding battle between two US firms.
The fund aims to 'engage communities in the journey to net zero and empower them to take action'.
Adoption UK has said every child entering the care system must be screened for foetal alcohol spectrum disorder
Carbon Tracker said that Shell would have to face production cuts of 44% and BP 33% by the 2030s.
A report by Our Scottish Future said the scale of the problem has been underestimated.
Scottish Ambulance Service mobile units have carried out more than a million coronavirus tests.
Temperatures hit 28.6C in the Scottish Borders on Wednesday, the hottest day in September since 1906.
Symptoms are being presented an 'easy way out' for people who wanted to delay or avoid trials.
Of the latest deaths, 17 people were aged under 65, 12 were aged 65-74, and 29 were 75 or older.
CalMac says compliance is dropping and ferry services are experiencing regular disruption due to Covid.
The company issued an unexpected update to the stock market.
Throughout the coronavirus pandemic school staff continued to work.
Mary's Meal delivers food to children in schools to allow the most vulnerable to attend lessons and concentrate in class.
Macmillan Cancer Support says 350 new cancer nurses are needed by the end of the decade.
The projects hope to encourage youngsters to engage with and contribute to climate research.
More than a quarter of patients have waited more than four hours to be seen, records show.
The Royal College of Nursing demanded action as almost 5000 jobs in nursing and midwifery are vacant.
A total of 3,742,826 people have received their second dose of a Covid-19 vaccine.
The number of children attending the NHS with self-harming issues reached a high as referrals to CAMHS doubled.