The new strain first detected in Kent rapidly spread throughout the country.
Survey estimates one in 11 people in Scotland had Covid-19 antibodies in December.
Nikki O'Hara says rule breakers need to take the coronavirus pandemic more seriously.
A study led by the University of Glasgow discovered coronavirus was brought into Scotland mainly through European travel.
The measure will see all passengers arriving by boat, train or plane take a Covid-19 test before departure.
Ms Forbes has outlined her concerns about funding in order to plan for the coming year.
An inspection found nurses were cleaning the treatment room themselves amid the pandemic.
Alan Burrows says he is giving up his seat to allow for 'freshness' at the league body.
The unnamed individual is asymptomatic and no other staff have tested positive.
The veteran defender is among a host of first-team and youth players released by the Dingwall club.
Woodmill High School in Dunfermline was closed after it was gutted by a major blaze.
Stephen Robinson has been forced to tell players they won't get new contracts over Zoom.
A new Scottish Government paper says children could return to school 'in blocks of a few days or a week at a time'.
A total of 171 more people have tested positive for Covid-19, Nicola Sturgeon confirmed.
Outlining a 'test, trace, isolate' strategy, Nicola Sturgeon said it would help lift lockdown but is not 'a quick fix'.
The First Minister cautioned weekend reporting could mean the deaths figure is artifically low.
Professor Harry Burns said continued widespread Covid-19 testing 'could have kept a lid on things much earlier'.
Nobody imagined the scale of what was coming, but how has society and the government handled the Covid-19 pandemic?
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is setting out plans to ramp up coronavirus testing.
Speaking at his first No 10 press conference since being hospitalised, the PM said Covid-19's spread is now on a 'downward slope'.