Scotland

Households may be able to form slightly larger bubbles for a few days over Christmas.

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said households may be able to form slightly larger bubbles over the Christmas period. She…

Covid in Scotland: Fewer than a third of teachers feel safe

Related Topics Coronavirus pandemic image copyrightGetty Images Fewer than a third of teachers feel safe from Covid in schools, according…

Lockerbie bombing: Court to hear third appeal against guilty verdict

The posthumous bid wants judges to rule Abdelbaset al-Megrahi was a victim of a miscarriage of justice. Source link

Hate crime bill: Ministers have 'open mind' over controversial laws

Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf says the government is “continuing to listen” over the controversial proposals. Source link

Covid in Scotland: Few changes expected in review of levels

Nicola Sturgeon has said the “overwhelming majority” of areas will stay at their current Covid alert level. Source link

Scottish football bodies seek ‘urgent talks’ with government over fans’ return

Scotland’s football authorities will seek “urgent talks” with the Scottish government over getting fans back to grounds as neighbouring England…

Arrest made as man dies after being hit by car at Duntocher

A 34-year-old was struck by a vehicle on the A82 at Duntocher in West Dunbartonshire, on Monday evening. Source link

Covid in Scotland: Six residents die in Dalbeattie care home outbreak

The operators of the Dumfries and Galloway home confirm the residents had the virus. Source link

Glasgow Warriors 13-27 Munster: Conference B leaders make it six wins from six

Munster triumphed in wet and windy Glasgow conditions Glasgow Warriors 13 (8) Try: Bryce, Stewart Pen: Thomson Munster 27 (12)…

SFA ‘sorry’ after Covid-19 issues following Scotland Under-21s game – Ian Maxwell

Aberdeen duo Lewis Ferguson and Ross McCrorie are among the Scotland Under-21 players isolating Scottish FA chief executive Ian Maxwell…

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