Report says a quarter of the workforce could have lower skills by the mid-2030s if schools do not reopen.
Nicola Sturgeon said the policy to protect the most vulnerable to coronavirus can now be 'paused'.
Pittodrie outfit agrees pay cuts averaging 20% among staff, players and management who earn more than £30,000 a year.
Signage erected on Buchanan Street and Argyle Street as part of social distancing measures in city centre.
The multinational hotel chain said the proposed cuts are in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Working from home remains the default position and few lockdown changes expected next week.
Personal retail services can reopen, with enhanced hygiene measures as advised by the Scottish Government.
Figures found total sales in Scotland were down 18.6% last month, compared against 1.9% in June 2019.
Majority of new cases in Lanarkshire, where a cluster has been identified, Nicola Sturgeon said.
Holiday firm reveals list of ten destinations on offer between August 1 and 7 after quarantine measures relaxed.
Pupils set to enter new school year full-time next month if virus is suppressed.
Eight people connected to the test and trace centre have tested positive for Covid-19.
From later this week, Scots will no longer need to isolate for 14 days when returning from a Spanish holiday.
Government calls for 'reimagining' of live events while tight restrictions on mass gatherings remain in place.
Deal struck in principle between UK Government and specialty vaccine company.
Young people are preparing to be reunited with their classmates next month for the first time since March.
Islanders on Eigg in the Inner Hebrides have closed all self-catering, hostel and guest house accommodation.
The PM said there has been good co-operation between the four UK nations despite 'surface differences'.
The economy grew by 1.5% in May but it is still down by nearly a quarter compared to February.
The count, held every ten years, was supposed to begin in next March but has been pushed back until 2022.