Scotland’s only state-funded all-girls school is to allow boys to enrol as pupils after unanimous support in changing the entry criteria.
Supermarkets’ use of single-use plastic has risen to more than 900,000 tonnes despite retailers making public commitments to cut down on their packaging, according to a report by Greenpeace and the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA).
A free online language learning service with more than 300 million users will launch its Scottish Gaelic course on St Andrew’s Day.
Labour is pledging to plant two billion trees by 2040 and create 10 new national parks as part of its plans to tackle the climate crisis.
TV chef Gary Rhodes has died at the age of 59, his family have said.
A food bank charity is braced for its busiest December yet as it called on the next government to work towards a scenario where everyone has enough money for basics.
Scottish shoppers have been warned to avoid “too good to be true” deals on Black Friday.
Young adults are being urged by under-18s and celebrities to sign up to vote so they can use the power of the ballot box to tackle the climate and nature crises.
The Labour Party will launch its Youth Manifesto on Saturday, pledging to spend an additional £1 billion on youth services.
Environmental activist Greta Thunberg has signed up to guest edit the Today programme.
The Scottish Government has intervened after the deaths of two children at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital (QEUH) site in Glasgow.