Lockdown measures designed to stop the spread of coronavirus have forced places of worship to shut.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has questioned Boris Johnson's decision to travel to Scotland during pandemic.
The France-based writer's books are flying off the shelves during the coronavirus lockdown.
From 4am on Friday January 15, anyone returning to Scotland from South America must isolate for ten days.
Retailers expressed frustration after Nicola Sturgeon suggested click and collect services could be banned.
Projekt 42 has launched 'pay-what-you-can' counselling sessions for its local community.
A study led by the University of Glasgow discovered coronavirus was brought into Scotland mainly through European travel.
Dental practices across the country will still be able to welcome patients under the new coronavirus restrictions.
Measures banning household visits and limiting other gatherings to six people will stay in force.
Strict new measures will come into effect on Friday for pubs, restaurants and cafes across Scotland.
Licensed premises in five health board areas to shut, and the rest of pubs in Scotland hit with 6pm indoor curfew.
The First Minister warned Scots they 'simply cannot have 100% normality' in the global Covid pandemic.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman says increased measures may be needed to 'avoid another full-scale lockdown'.
One owner said it was no problem for 38 people to stay at the property despite a government clampdown on gatherings.
Nicola Sturgeon said there are 161 new cases of coronavirus in Scotland, 1.9% of newly-tested people.
Indoor leisure resumes after more than five months closed amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Music venues, theatres, comedy clubs and nightclubs offered funding lifeline to manage impact of Covid.
Indoor leisure facilities can reopen two weeks earlier than previously planned.
Dynamic Earth in Edinburgh and the Glasgow, Dundee and Aberdeen science centres will get the money.
The landmark will only be able to have 1000 visitors a day rather than the usual 10,000.