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Danny MacAskill urges his fans to put down their phones and 'get into the real world' as new video is unveiled  He is one of Scotland’s biggest ever online stars, with his spectacular cycling stunts having been seen an...
One dead after West Lothian house fire, according to MP  A house fire in Bathgate has resulted in one person dying, according to an MP.
Far too many players at Celtic, says Lisbon Lion Jim Craig  Lisbon Lion Jim Craig believes Neil Lennon has earned the right to a permanent second stint as Celtic manager but insists whoever gets the job has a rebuilding job on...
Scott Bain loves that new Scotland boss Steve Clarke speaks his mind  Steve Clarke’s long-anticipated confirmation as the new manager of Scotland by the SFA yesterday was welcomed by Celtic goalkeeper Scott Bain.
Steve Clarke targets Euro finals as he accepts Scotland job  Steve Clarke will be unveiled as Scotland head coach at a lunchtime press conference at Hampden Park today and has already earmarked leading the team to a major...
Scotland must aim for 350 to have a chance says Craig Wallace  Scotland’s cricketers cannot afford to be “timid” and must be looking to score well over 300 runs against Sri Lanka today if they are to once again have a chance of ...
Rangers road show must improve says Ryan Jack  Even though, for Rangers, Sunday’s trip to Kilmarnock had an “after-the-Lord-Mayor’s-Show” feel about it following the previous weekend’s Old Firm derby victory over Celtic,?it...
Celtic legend Jim Craig slams Leinster coach for stirring Old Firm divide  Leinster boss Leo Cullen’s attempts to stoke a bit of division in the host city of Saturday evening’s Guinness Pro14 final at Celtic Park were given?a...
Stiliyan Petrov: Managing Celtic does not necessarily suit Neil Lennon  The verdict seemed loud and clear on Sunday as supporters sang: “There’s only one Neil Lennon”. But Stiliyan Petrov believes the interim Celtic manager,...
Jamie Chadwick on course to end wait for first female F1 driver  Jamie Chadwick has taken?another step towards her goal of breaking into Formula One as she joins Williams as a development driver.
Youthful influx has reinvigorated Dispatch Trophy at the Braids  Away from the screaming, bawling and yelling of those noisy New Yorkers at the 101st US PGA Championship at Bethpage Black, a tournament that has been around for...
Hundreds march against Alabama abortion ban  Hundreds of demonstrators have marched on the Alabama state legislature to protest against a newly-approved abortion ban.
Scots Tory breaks with Ruth Davidson to back cut to aid budget  One of Ruth Davidson’s MPs has broken with the Scottish Tory leader to back calls for foreign aid to be cut and reinvested in public services in the UK.
Edinburgh security firm bosses caught with stun guns  Two men behind a “high end” Edinburgh security firm are behind bars after they were each caught with a stun gun.
Brooks Koepka fired up by fans leaving him in hour of need  Brooks Koepka admitted the sound of the fans turning against him worked in his favour as he held his nerve to claim back-to-back US PGA titles and a fourth major title ...
Man jailed for life over murder outside Clydebank bar  A man has been sentenced to a minimum of 17 years behind bars after pleading guilty to the murder of Dominic Brown in Clydebank, West Dunbartonshire.
Wheelchair-bound Syrian refugee to skydive for Scottish children's charity  A wheelchair-bound Syrian refugee who lives in Edinburgh will skydive from a plane in aid of a Scottish children's charity.
Strike to ground planes at six Scottish airports  Six airports will close for one day this week as a result of a strike by air traffic controllers involved in a pay dispute.
Gleneagles Hotel revenues soar as revamp pays off  Gleneagles Hotel has reported a jump in revenues and operating profits, turning over more than £1 million per week in 2018.
Hotel Voucher Shop leaves customers out of pocket after going bust - how to get your money back  Hotel Voucher Shop may have gone bust but all hope is not yet lost for your money
New 360-degree image shows stunning aerial views of Edinburgh  A new 360-degree aerial view of the Capital has been captured by a drone above Edinburgh Castle.
Leonard: election failure will be my responsibility  Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard has said he will take full responsibility if his party fares badly at this week's European elections.
Eiffel Tower closed after person is spotted trying to scale it  France’s Eiffel Tower has been closed to visitors after a person has tried to scale it.
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