Nicola Sturgeon said she is satisfied the first phase of the four-stage route map out of lockdown can start.
Teaching union EIS conducted a survey of more than 26,000 of its members.
The team at Les Amis d'Onno normally spend summer entertaining crowds with their jousting and horsemanship skills.
Pete Wishart urged Boris Johnson to apologise over the Dominic Cummings scandal.
The University of Glasgow worked in collaboration with a freelance scientific Illustrator on the project.
The team at University Hospital Monklands in Airdrie said lessons have been learned about the virus.
Fast-food chain will open all of its Scottish outlets for drive-through and delivery by June 4.
Report says police officers acted proportionally in dealing with abusive man at Glasgow pharmacy.
It marks the fourth consecutive weekly drop in coronavirus-related deaths in the country.
The Scottish Government had set a target of having 2000 tracers by the end of May to support its mass Covid-19 testing regime.
The Scottish Government has begun publishing guidance for different parts of the economy on how to reopen safely.
WBA and IBF title holder is keeping fit during the coronavirus pandemic by training in his East Lothian garage.
Councils will also look at using community buildings and vacant office space as temporary school sites.
The health secretary was questioned about ‘worrying reports’ from Gartnavel Hospital.
Police Scotland investigating claims that former and current residents were mistreated at Springvale Care Home.
Scotland's test, trace and isolate regime will go live on Thursday, Nicola Sturgeon said.
A total of 29 new daily cases of the virus have been confirmed - the lowest number since March 17.
Health authorities said the two-week scheme will enable patients to be diagnosed more quickly.
A lack of social interaction was rated as having the greatest impact on worker wellbeing, according to Hays Recruitment.
Police took to social media to warn people not to get behind the wheel if their eyesight is impaired.