The First Minister said: “I had done everything, I will continue to do everything I can to try to control the virus to keep it as low as possible, to take the tough decisions in order to achieve that and to try to take the people of Scotland along in these difficult steps with me as far as I possibly can.”
Continue reading your story on the app
Continue reading your story in the newspaper
Murder Accused Lodger Said OAP Had Heart Attack
77-year old found with injuries to her head and body
D-Day In Drug Deaths Crisis Fight
Krykant will not be charged over overdose prevention van
Fun For The Money
Funambule Sivola (1.25) can extend Venetia Williams’ winning run in the Mansionbet Novice Chase at Newbury.
Vaccine Wary Are Victims Of Trump's Fake News Legacy
We will be paying the price for Donald Trump long after Joe Biden swears on the Bible at today’s inauguration.
Post-Mortem Law Blocked By Government
Blocked Gil Paterson
POLICE WATCHDOG PROBES FLAT PLUNGE
SCOTLAND’S police watchdog has launched an investigation after a man was left fighting for life in Dundee.
THIS IS YOUR SONG
WELL IN COMMAND MEEHAN
How to boost numbers of our garden critters
Dr Dan Hoare tells Hannah Stephenson what you can do at home that will help butterflies and insects thrive
JAMBOS EXPECT GREEN LIGHT FOR RAITH
WELL PREPARED NEILSON
FOOTIE ACE IN NEW MND TREATMENT
Martin joins pioneering clinical trial
Taking Scotland in Stride
A walk through the Highlands and Borders is the best way to touch this country’s history and nature
Scotland Makes Periods Less Painful
The country is the first in the world to offer free, universal access to sanitary products
GEOLOGY 101 Columnar Basalt
A distinctive volcanic structure found throughout the world has been given fanciful names: “Organ Pipes” in Namibia and Victoria, Australia; “Kilt Rock” and “Samson’s Ribs” in Scotland; “Giant’s Causeway” in Northern Ireland; “Thunderstruck Rocks” in Romania; “Devils Tower” in Wyoming and “Paul Bunyan’s Woodpile” in Utah, USA; the “Baigong Pipes” in China; and the “Cliff of Stone Plates” in Vietnam. High-resolution satellite images have even shown similar as-yet-unnamed structures on Mars.
Bass of Tomorrow
We can think of a few string manufacturers who claim to make the best-sounding products in the world. Dr Jonathan Kemp doesn’t just make that claim—he can prove it, too. Hywel Davies is blinded with science...
SONS OF THE REVOLUTION
Fifty years ago, the Shortboard Revolution saw the most radical design shifts in the history of surfcraft. Today, that same experimental spirit is alive and well in the surfing and shaping approaches of Torren Martyn and Simon Jones
Rock Shops of Distinction MR. WOOD'S FOSSILS
KEEPING A TRADITION ALIVE
Explore Scotland's Magical, Misty Isle Of Skye
Don’t let the weather fool you — Skye can be “a wee bit moist” on occasion, as 19th-century Cuillin mountaineer pioneer Charles Pilkington once said, describing Scotland’s island of adventure.
Alan Cumming Celebrates the Good Life in Scotland
As The Good Wife takes its last bow, life is still a cabaret for Alan Cumming.
denHolm’s Steven John Clark is a rock legend who carves new life into raw limestone.
The right-and-left that almost was
Woodcock awaken such passion in Worth Mathewson that he decides to cross the pond in search of some sport