Households may be able to form 'slightly larger bubbles' over Christmas
The first minister says households may be able to form "slightly larger bubbles" over Christmas.
Fife primary school linked with several coronavirus cases shut due to staff shortage
A primary school in Fife linked with several coronavirus cases has closed due to a shortage of staff.
Fife mum given wish of final holiday with family after travel law fears
The first minister has granted a terminally ill Fife woman her wish of taking a last holiday with her family.
First coronavirus vaccine expected to arrive in Scotland next month
Scotland's health secretary Jeane Freeman says she expects the first coronavirus vaccine to be delivered to Scotland next month - if it gains approval.
FM hopes to outline Christmas coronavirus rules next week
People in Scotland could find out next week what coronavirus restrictions will be like over Christmas - after the first minister hinted at a relaxation of some rules for the festive period.
Free coronavirus tests to be offered to St Andrews University students before Christmas holiday
All of St Andrews University's students are going to be offered free coronavirus tests before the Christmas break.
Police probe as 4.5ft monitor lizard stolen from Fife shop
Police are investigating after a large monitor lizard was reportedly stolen from a shop in Fife.
Jobs boost hopes as work starts on Fife city region deal project
Work is under way on a flagship industrial innovation investment programme - which is set to boost business facilities in Kirkcaldy.
Sturgeon insists classrooms are safe as new coronavirus cases confirmed at 19 Fife schools
The first minister insists schools are safe place to be - as health officials investigate new coronavirus cases at 19 schools and nurseries across Fife.
Fife woman in court over alleged robbery of pensioner, 82
A woman has appeared in court, charged with the assault and robbery of an 82-year-old woman in Kirkcaldy.
More than 400 pupils at Fife school self-isolating
The headteacher of a Fife school says it only has about 50% attendance at the moment - as hundreds of pupils are self-isolating due to coronavirus cases.
BREAKING: Fife staying in level three - and travel advice to become law
Fife is staying under level three coronavirus restrictions for a further week.
Holyrood election could be delayed - or take place over more than one day - due to pandemic
New legislation has been published aimed at ensuring next year's Holyrood election goes ahead safely and fairly during the coronavirus pandemic.
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- Households may be able to form 'slightly larger bubbles' over Christmas
- Fife primary school linked with several coronavirus cases shut due to staff shortage
- Fife mum given wish of final holiday with family after travel law fears
- First coronavirus vaccine expected to arrive in Scotland next month