Organisers have hit out at coronavirus restrictions which mean guests at wedding parties and receptions must remain at their tables.
Professor Devi Sridhar also urged people to stop describing Covid as similar to flu.
Scottish Passenger Agents' Association publishes open letter calling for greater government support for the sector.
Deputy first minister says Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham's call for compensation is 'not a relevant point'.
Transport agency Hitrans hopes the app will help encourage wider use of public transport.
The time between doses of the coronavirus vaccine has been reduced from 12 weeks to eight.
The First Minister made the commitment as she addressed the National Economic Forum.
The warnings were issued as it was confirmed it was ‘unlikely’ any area would see restrictions eased at the end of June.
On Christmas Eve, Katie Paterson, 8, and her family were told she had medulloblastoma brain cancer.
The variant, which was first discovered in India, has now become the dominant strain of Covid-19 in Scotland.
NHS Tayside has pleaded with residents to get tested as cases soared.
The rules in full for supporters heading to watch games at Glasgow Green.
Spectators will be able to watch matches on giant screens in Glasgow Green throughout the tournament.
The money will help NHS practices improve ventilation equipment so they can see more patients.
The number of positive cases among children has now surpassed the January 2021 peak.
We take a trip on the roads and rails for a closer look at Scotland's transport network.
The rules in full for fans attending Euro 2020 games at Hampden.
The MSC Virtuosa had been expected to arrive in Greenock, Inverclyde, on Wednesday morning.
Indoor play centres have been closed for more than 14 months across Scotland due to restrictions.
As of Monday, 3,386,321 people have received the first dose of a Covid-19 vaccination in Scotland.