SCOTLAND’S recovery from coronavirus will be the top priority for ministers in the coming years, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said toda
UNION leaders in Scotland raised concerns today about the risk of further Covid-19 outbreaks as universities begin a new academic year.
THE World Cup qualifier between Brazil and Argentina in Sao Paulo was called off amid extraordinary scenes as officials stormed onto the pitch mid-
THE Paralympics is under too much pressure to drive up activity levels among disabled people when factors closer to home are usually more decisive,
THE calls from medical scientists for vaccines to be extended to 12-year-olds — and the demand of Scottish teachers that schools be made safe for b
MINISTERS must immediately repeal “no jab, no job” laws for care home staff in order to avert a staffing crisis that threatens widespread closures,
FIRMS are being urged to continue making workplaces safe for staff to return without the risk of coronavirus spreading.
ALL children aged 12 and over should be offered the vaccine, a group of scientists has urged, as they warned Gavin Williamson that allowing the mas
UNIVERSITIES have been warned that they may face strike action if they use lectures recorded during the pandemic lockdown to avoid paying lecturers
SCOTLAND’S trade union leaders backed calls today for a four-day working week, a move supported by more than eight out of 10 Scots.