Industry expert said the oil sector has suffered a 'demand shock' in past four to six weeks amid the coronavirus crisis.
The inquiry has already been delayed once and will now be rescheduled due to coronavirus.
From gardening tools to artisan pasta boxes, shoppers are going online to keep themselves entertained.
The Coronavirus (Scotland) Bill is set to make changes to the justice system and eviction laws.
Staff at Ninewells Hospital in Dundee have given people a special look at its new Covid-19 assessment unit.
Farming leaders are calling on hospitality workers to make up the shortfall of fruit pickers due to coronavirus restrictions.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon confirmed the death toll in Scotland from Covid-19 now stands at 60.
Officers were called to the Morrisons store in Alloa, Clackmannanshire, on Monday night.
The Ship Inn in Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire, was targeted during the early hours of Saturday morning.
People have been told to stay at home in an effort to stop the spread of the deadly virus.
While online sales have surged, huge amounts of stock are expected to go to waste.
MSPs are due to debate all stages of the Coronavirus (Scotland) Bill on Wednesday.
Scottish Government suspends statutory duty so councils can focus on responding to coronavirus pandemic.
The new Scotland Cares initiative went live on Monday and saw 21,000 people sign up in four hours.
Volunteers are collecting shopping and providing regular meals for elderly and disabled people.
Campaigners have raised fears that self-isolation will leave abuse victims exposed.
A health care worker was assaulted after she stopped her car to speak to a teenage boy.
The Duke of Rothesay, who tested positive for Covid-19 last week after developing mild symptoms, is now out of self-isolation.
A number of elective surgeries - including knee and hip replacements - have also been cancelled.
The First Minister confirmed the move on Monday after military figures had been seen at the centre last week.