Abdul Rashid Daud's family thanked the NHS for 'genuinely caring' and risking their lives for their father.
An airport car park will be transformed into a coronavirus testing area.
A dementia ward in Argyll and Bute faces closure despite relatives, medics and unions all calling for it to stay open.
A total of 589 youngsters have been on the waiting list for 52 weeks or over for specialist mental health care.
Dozens of parents say they can't get the cannabis-based medication via the NHS, despite it now being legal.
Only 83.8% of patients were seen within four hours, despite the target being 95%.
Scotland’s Drug Deaths Taskforce has funded a three-month ‘take home naloxone’ trial in Glasgow.
Across the UK, test results for 31 suspected cases have come back negative.
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde has been dealing with an infection scandal at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.
MSPs were told by the UK Government medicine pricing would not be part of post-Brexit negotiations.
Kirsteen Cooper was arrested after hospital staff accused her of stealing blood from seven-year-old Baillie.
Data released to the Scottish Liberal Democrats under freedom of information legislation has been branded 'miserable'.
Scottish Labour obtained "deeply concerning" statistics showing there were 65,996 physical attacks on staff in last five years.
People with dementia were given 270,000 prescriptions last year, up from 136,000 in 2010-11.
The £850m Queen Elizabeth University Hospital has been plagued by problems since 2015.
Figures published by ISD Scotland show the number has increased by 55 on last year.
The facility at University Hospital Hairmyres in East Kilbride will be up and running from January.