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Pubs, nightclubs and theatres will be able to operate at full capacity from January 24.
Deputy first minister tells Covid-19 Recovery Committee the scheme is a 'completely reasonable request for us to make'.
NHS Lanarkshire will only assess the most serious cases for the next four weeks.
Organisers of large events of 1000 or more people must check the vaccine passport status of 50% of attendees.
Nicola Sturgeon will address MSPs amid signs the spread of the Omicron variant is 'starting to slow' across Scotland.
Garry O'Donnell felt helpless at being unable to visit his wife in hospital when she fell seriously ill with coronavirus.
Nikita Coleman and Richard Jenkins embraced at Edinburgh Airport just hours before Covid travel rules were modified.
Nicola Sturgeon will address virtual meeting of the Scottish Parliament on Wednesday.
Poll conducted by Educational Institute of Scotland finds 61% found workload had increased 'significantly'.
Scores of people left their positions at the Scottish Ambulance Service amid the coronavirus pandemic in 2021.
A further 20,217 people have tested positive for Covid-19 - the highest daily figure of the pandemic.
Secondary school students urged to take lateral flow tests amid soaring Omicron cases across the country.
NHS Highland forced to close hospital wards and care homes amid warning over 'substantial wave of Omicron hospitalisations'.
Labour and Conservatives say businesses need more clarity after FM holds off decision on cutting self-isolation period.
First Minister tells virtual briefing of Scottish Parliament that Omicron accounts for 80% of total cases.
John Swinney says cross-border trips would go against the 'spirit' of regulations put in place by the Scottish Government.
Scottish Professional Football League expected to make statement imminently on whether to bring forward winter break.
New measures announced over Christmas period to limit spread of the Omicron variant.
First Minister says she recognises 'how important clarity and certainty is at this stage' of the pandemic.
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde outlines steps to follow as thousands seek to get their booster jab before Christmas.