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Rangers confirm signing of former Liverpool defender Jon Flanagan  RANGERS have completed the signing of defender Jon Flanagan on a two-year deal.
Rangers pay tribute to Johnny Hubbard after he dies aged 87  RANGERS chairman Dave King has paid tribute to Ibrox legend Johnny Hubbard after he passed away at the age of 87.
Millionaire Australia developer gets 39-year jail sentence for ordering killing of Scots businessman  A MILLIONAIRE property tycoon has been given a 39-year jail sentence for ordering the killing of a Scots businessman Michael...
Fresh blow to May as minister quits over Heathrow expansion  A Government minister has quit his position over plans for the expansion of Heathrow Airport.
Scotland would secure 100 extra flights with London if third Heathrow runway green lit  Scottish airports could benefit from an extra 100 flights a week to and from London under plans to ring-fence domestic slots on the...
Certainty needed on future of less favoured areas support  NFU Scotland has expressed very serious concerns regarding the future of Scotland's Less Favoured Areas Support scheme (LFASS) in a letter to the European...
Sex-row former minister given month-long Holyrood ban  THE former SNP childcare minister Mark McDonald is to be banned from Holyrood for a month without pay after sexually harassing a female worker.
Camley's verdict on May's Brexit vote 'fudge'  Camley's verdict on May's Brexit vote 'fudge'
Argentina and Lionel Messi on the brink as Croatia eye place in Russia 2018 knockout stages  HAVING a World Cup without Italy, the Netherlands and the United States in it is unusual enough. But no Argentina? The prospect of the ...
Grant Forrest looking to rise to the challenge in the Highlands  When I grow up, mum, I want to have my face emblazoned on a giant promotional banner which is tethered to a lamp post on the B9152 in Aviemore.
Denmark v Australia: Hareide backs Eriksen to be strong against Socceroos  Denmark head coach Age Hareide is confident talisman Christian Eriksen can deal with whatever tactics Australia deploy to try to stop him – just like he ...
France v Peru: Lloris demands improved performance as he reaches milestone  Captain Hugo Lloris admits France will struggle to beat Peru if they replicate their opening World Cup performance.
Hopes of production recovery fuelled by survey  HOPES of a recovery in the UK manufacturing sector were fuelled yesterday by a survey showing improved order books and a revival of output growth.
Jon Flanagan deserves second chance says Gary McAllister  GARY McAllister insists Jon Flanagan should be given a second chance in football as he closes in on a move to Rangers.
Strong first half for Anderson Strathern  Revenues rose by eight per cent in the first half at independent Scottish law firm Anderson Strathern, thanks to client wins and organic growth.
Europa League: McInnes relishing taking on Burnley as Hibs prepare for Faroes Islands trip  Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes believes his team can cause a major upset by knocking Burnley out of the Europa League.
William McIlvanney's son, Liam, in the running for the literary prize which bears his father's name  THE son of the late Scottish writer William McIlvanney is in the running for the prestigious literary prize that bears his...
Cyber security in focus as business breakfast  Education, buy-in at board level and cultural change. If the alarming cyber attacks of the past year should have taught us anything about securing our personal and business data,...
Davidson says baby gifts sign of progress on gay rights  RUTH Davidson has revealed she has been inundated with baby clothes from well-wishers, describing it as a sign of how far society has come on gay rights.
Scotland facing loss of key EU workers after Brexit  SCOTLAND is likely to lose out on vital low-skill EU migrant workers after Brexit, with the agriculture, care, construction and hospitality sectors hardest hit, a new report...
MSPs demand urgent overhaul of economic strategy  MSPs have demanded an urgent overhaul of the Scottish Government’s economic strategy.
Brian Beacom: Iconic buildings can be replaced, Billy Connolly can't  GLASGOW’S Renfrew Street, the corner with Renfield Street. A lone figure surveys the fenced-off street ahead. He’s wearing green Harry Potter glasses, a...
New move to increase female tech leaders  WOMEN’S Enterprise Scotland (WES) has launched a new initiative aimed boosting leadership skills in the technology sector.
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