The UK Government has announced that non-essential trips abroad from England will get the go-ahead from May 17.
Death toll under the daily measure – of people who first tested positive for the virus within the previous 28 days – remains at 7660.
Total of 76 charities and community groups from across Scotland have signed open letter to Boris Johnson.
All names, numbers and email addresses are stored in an encrypted data vault unique to each venue for 21 days.
The death total in Scotland now stands at 7651 under the daily measurement.
Museums and galleries can reopen from April 26 as coronavirus restrictions ease.
Visitor attractions, driving lessons and tourist accommodation also permitted to resume in latest easing of lockdown.
Bosses at the Scottish Trades Union Congress said workers had lost out on more than £4000.
Health spending per person fell from being 22% higher than in England to just 3% over two decades.
Plans include help for veterans to buy homes, a top-up benefit and enshrining the Armed Forces Covenant in law.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon accelerates planned lockdown easing to support mental health and wellbeing.
Scotland’s working-age population is expected to stay relatively stable if current migration levels are maintained.
The First Home Fund's £60m pot was exhausted within five working days.
Unite Scotland has accused the Scottish Government of 'withholding' £19m in unawarded grants.
Scots living abroad during pandemic give an insight into the situation where they are and reveal what they miss most.
Unions are considering pay offer of between 4% and 5.4% for NHS workers.
Health secretary says the pay rises will benefit 154,000 NHS Agenda for Change employees.
Multi-agency strategy aims to increase the level of bystander CPR knowledge from 65% to 85% by 2026.
Report by Irish barrister James Hamilton is independent and it clears the First Minister but it won’t be the last word.
Research for the Scottish Grocers’ Federation found only 24% of people agreed that sale of vapes should be restricted.