Professor Jason Leitch said the city may be under Level 3 restrictions for more than another week.
Vue boss says there is ‘huge pent-up demand’ for the big-screen experience.
First Minister says both local authority areas will not move to level two on Monday along with the rest of mainland Scotland.
People living in G41 and G42 areas will receive letters urging them to get tested amid concern over rising infections.
NHS Grampian says additional mobile testing units are being deployed in communities across the region.
The restaurant owner believes some of the lockdown easing measures - coming into effect next week - 'dont' make any sense at all'.
Warnings against large gatherings in Glasgow after the city recorded 58 cases per 100,000 people in the past week.
Sharon Hyland is living with long Covid complications, as a new study looks to identify how many are affected in Scotland.
First Minister confirms that most of mainland Scotland will move into level two of coronavirus restrictions from next Monday.
Nicola Sturgeon said it was 'highly probable' that current restrictions won't be lifted in Moray.
Nicola Sturgeon has previously indicated that Scotland could move to Level 2 restrictions from May 17.
Study finds patients classed as overweight are 22% more likely to contract the virus than someone of 'normal' weight.
NHS Grampian says authorities are dealing with 'uncontrolled, sustained transmission' of Covid-19 across Moray.
The R number in the area is believed to be 1.8 with 98 cases per 100,000 people in the seven days to May 6.
Moray's health board reassured residents that the coronavirus outbreak was 'real and serious'.
After more than a year of no sailing, hundreds of passengers were due to leave Scotland to visit the Norwegian fjords.
Customers can bring along unwanted books to donate and children can pick up a book for free.
Under 40s will be offered alternative to AstraZeneca vaccine following publication of new figures on blood clots last week.
Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation says balance of benefit and risk is more finely balanced for younger groups.
NHS Grampian says 18-39-year-olds will start to receive vaccine appointments from Saturday.