Pandemic highlighted the poorer outcomes in terms of health for those who are either overweight or obese
Legislation passes requiring the government to ensure fewer than 18% of children are living in poverty by 2023/24.
It is understood the proposal would also have seen four more title parties held in the days after.
Transmission rate rising in East Renfrewshire and Midlothian, as another 268 cases are recorded in last 24 hours.
Hospitality bosses were left devastated by the 'eleventh hour' announcement that left staff and stock on the shelf.
Scottish Government figures showed there had been no further deaths of those who had recently tested positive.
Deputy first minister says supporters behaved in a 'loutish and thuggish fashion' in Glasgow's George Square on Saturday.
Indoor household mixing and hospitality rules relaxed for most of mainland Scotland but Glasgow and Moray stay in level three.
First Minister says both local authority areas will not move to level two on Monday along with the rest of mainland Scotland.
University of Glasgow-led study found 66% of female inmates had suffered repeat head injuries for many years.
People living in G41 and G42 areas will receive letters urging them to get tested amid concern over rising infections.
Almost 500 people work at the brand's last remaining site in Scotland.
Warnings against large gatherings in Glasgow after the city recorded 58 cases per 100,000 people in the past week.
First Minister confirms that most of mainland Scotland will move into level two of coronavirus restrictions from next Monday.
Nicola Sturgeon has previously indicated that Scotland could move to Level 2 restrictions from May 17.
SNP Westminster leader issued the challenge to Boris Johnson in the wake of his party’s victory in the Holyrood elections.
Industry bodies say without a change to the guidance more cash will be needed to protect a deeply damaged sector.
NHS Grampian says authorities are dealing with 'uncontrolled, sustained transmission' of Covid-19 across Moray.
After more than a year of no sailing, hundreds of passengers were due to leave Scotland to visit the Norwegian fjords.
After the polls closed on Thursday evening there was no overnight count in a bid to prevent the spread of coronavirus.