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Scotland in Union funds sink to record low  THE finances of the country’s leading anti-independence campaign have slumped to a record low as polls increasingly show voters edging towards Yes because of Brexit.
Former Hibernian striker Junior Agogo dies aged 40  FORMER Hibs forward Junior Agogo has died at the age of 40.
Emmanuel Macron fires warning shot at Boris Johnson: Irish backstop is 'indispensable'  EMMANUEL Macron has fired a warning shot at Boris Johnson, insisting the Irish backstop is “indispensable" to stability in Ireland and ...
Junior Morias signs for St Mirren from Northampton Town  ST MIRREN have confirmed the signing of 24-year-old striker Junior Morias on a two-year deal, subject to international clearance.
Gers are 'the stuff of SNP nightmares'  It is that time of year again, when the 'notional' state of Scotland's public finances is revealed and everybody - surprise! - discovers that the numbers back up whatever they ...
Hearts boss Craig Levein opens up on 'madness' of supporter expectations  HEARTS manger Craig Levein fears the "madness" football managers face is growing worse.
EU immigration at lowest level since 2013, new figures suggest  Immigration to the UK from the EU is at its lowest level since 2013, according to the latest estimates.
Fantasy Football Scotland pull app for this season  FANTASY Football Scotland - the app that allows users to pick their own Scottish Premiership starting XI - has been pulled and will not be available this season.
Celtic complete loan deal for Southampton's Fraser Forster  CELTIC have competed the signing of former goalkeeper Fraser Forster on a one-year loan from Southampton, Herald and Times Sport understands.
Our clubs should dial things back, not stoke the flames  IN-house TV channels and social media accounts are fairly new phenomena in the existence of your average football supporter.
Ex-Blue Peter presenter John Leslie appears in court accused of sexual assault  Former Blue Peter presenter John Leslie has denied sexually assaulting a woman in London more than a decade ago.
Mel Reid still keen to lead with backroom role at Solheim Cup  Mel Reid was just 13 when the Solheim Cup was last played in Scotland in 2000.
Report: No-Deal Brexit threatens Irish cross-border policing  Cross-border police co-operation in Ireland is at serious risk in the event of a no-deal Brexit, new research has found.
Police incident at Falkirk station delays trains between Glasgow and Edinburgh  Trains between Edinburgh-Glasgow and services to Falkirk are delayed due to a police incident.
Shetland byelection turns ugly as SNP graffiti sprayed on war memorial  THE bitter Holyrood byelection campaign in Shetland has hit a new low with vandals spraypainting “SNP” on the Lerwick war memorial.
What would Rosenborg defender Birger Meling bring to Celtic?  THE Scottish transfer window deadline is on the horizon and Neil Lennon is adament that his side's transfer business is far from complete.
Can an alternative to the Brexit backstop be found in 30 days?  Boris Johnson has said there are “abundant solutions” to the question of the Irish border as he prepares to meet the “blistering” 30-day timetable suggested by...
Laura Ashley swings to £14m loss | Disruption fear as Ryanair pilots strike | Ocado fire hits deliveries  Laura Ashley has swung to a loss as a continued decline in its home furnishings business and changes to its website...
Darren Fisher and Liam Kelly hampered Alesha MacPhail murder probe  Two men hampered the Alesha MacPhail murder inquiry by targeting a police car at Wemyss Bay ferry terminal — leaving it with a punctured tyre.
Channel 4's Dorothy Byrne brands Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn 'cowards' at Edinburgh TV Festival  Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn are "cowards" who refuse to hold themselves up to...
Tory moots Scots 'freeport' amid EU fears of money-laundering  A Tory minister has claimed Peterhead would make an "ideal' freeport.
July was the hottest month ever on Earth as massive wildfires burn across the globe  Wildfires are burning across the globe, clogging the sky with smoke from Alaska to the Amazon, and scientists say it's no coincidence that ...
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