The Scottish Government will now send out white, windowed envelopes after a supply issue for blue ones.
Two women charged in connection with culpable and reckless conduct after needing assistance from emergency services.
The Scottish Liberal Democrats say urgent measures are needed to offer catch-up support to pupils.
The 'distinctive' blue envelopes have been given priority by Royal Mail and will start arriving through letterboxes from Monday.
The best-selling crime author's son Kit is being looked after by staff at his care facility.
The total number of deaths after confirmed coronavirus in Scotland now stands at 5704.
Cabinet Office says leafletting not considered 'essential' activity during the coronavirus lockdown.
Equalities minister writes to community leaders amid concerns that misinformation about the jab could spread.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson says new variant of the virus may be associated with 'a higher degree of mortality'.
The team have been providing vital food parcels throughout the pandemic.
John Swinney says coronavirus cases need to decline in 'emphatic fashion over a sustained period' before all pupils can return.
About a tenth of the island's population in self-isolation after 145 close contacts of 40 positive cases identified.
Health secretary Jeane Freeman said using five independent hospitals would create additional capacity.
Nicola Sturgeon expected to address parliament on current lockdown measures and the reopening of schools.
Private hire driver Richard Halliday is disappointed by restrictions placed on a new £1500 grant.
Celtic boss says club didn't abuse any privilege and were 'totally professional' at their Middle East training camp.
Manager Neil Lennon says another player who is self-isolating following Dubai trip has Covid-19.
All passengers arriving in Scotland from overseas are now required to self-isolate for ten days as new rules come into effect.
Defence secretary Ben Wallace confirmed the deployment of 98 soldiers over the next 28 days.
Nikki O'Hara says rule breakers need to take the coronavirus pandemic more seriously.