● Motherwell sign former Scotland keeper Jordan Archer Stephen Robinson has moved quickly to find cover for crocked Trevor Carson.
● Council leader pushes for 'Dundee plus' restrictions model Cllr Murray Lyle said he is concerned about the prospect of Tayside-wide tier three restrictions being brought in after a rise in cases in Dundee.
● Celtic and Rangers get Champions League boost as extra spot confirmed Five Scottish clubs will now compete in European competition from next season.
● Motherwell move fast to snap-up former Millwall goalkeeper Jordan Archer has signed up at Fir Park following news that Trevor Carson is out long-term.
● 'I was cheated': Councillor 'lost out on MSP bid due to gender reform views' Deputy council leader Caroline McAllister says she has also received online abuse over her opinions.
● Teen takes on bike challenge for hospital staff who nursed her back to health Stirling teen Annie Comrie has faced up to more challenges and trauma in her first fifteen years than many face in a lifetime.
● 5 things we spotted at Celtic training Neil Lennon's side are preparing for a tough Europa League test against Lille.
● Rangers confirm Glasgow store launch date as they detail plans for further shops The Ibrox side will open one in Glasgow city centre this weekend and have plans in place for three further stores.
● West Dunbartonshire residents asked to help name the area's gritters The best entries will be printed on the side of the gritting fleet – meaning they will be displayed all over West Dunbartonshire.
● Heartless fraudsters conned victims in festive Winter Wonderland scam Heartless scammers caused a nightmare before Christmas for local families trying to do their best to salvage some festive cheer.
● Gangland thugs jailed after pensioner left with bloody wounds in baton attack Janette Connell was smashed in the head with the weapon outside her home in Glasgow's Milton in an attack caught on CCTV.
● Khloe Kardashian tests positive for coronavirus and insists 'that s*** is real' Khloe said her symptoms were vomiting, shaking and hot and cold flashes.
● East Kilbride cafe allowed to trade again having previously been forced to close We told you online how Cova Cafe had been ordered to cease trading in line with coronavirus restrictions.
● West Lothian's new temporary speed restrictions cannot yet be legally enforced West Lothian Council installed the signs as part of their Spaces for People scheme but Police Scotland cannot carry out enforcement
● Scots kids stage show FunBox under threat as closure of theatres hits hard The family-favourites are asking for donations to 'Save FunBox' as Covid threatens to end the hit show.
● Livingston boss delighted by Jack Hamilton's impressive start at East Fife The young striker has netted three times for the League One side.
● Steven Gerrard press conference in full The Ibrox boss wants the veteran striker to be at his best so he can make an impact in key domestic games.
● South Lanarkshire Council's car parking to remain free until April Charges were suspended by the council in March following the UK-wide coronavirus lockdown
● Dylan McGeouch dealt injury blow as Aberdeen midfielder faces eight weeks out McGeough sustained a groin problem in Sunday's 3-3 draw against Celtic.
● Three spooky castles for sale in Scotland - and their terrifying histories Scotland's castles were often home to mystery, murderous intrigue and the supernatural.
● Coronavirus Scotland: 28 new deaths as Ayrshire breaks through 4,000 total cases The death toll from the virus has sadly risen, according to the latest figures.
● Eldery EK man forced to wait six weeks for flu-jab after letter mix-up Thomas Gray received an appointment letter, the day after the scheduled appointment, and when he contacted NHS Lanarkshire for a new appointment, he was...
● Scottish Football Association decide against Scottish Cup crowd noise The governing body have decided they won't play crowd noise through the PA system.
● Council consider returning £52k school trip refunds to frustrated families The school getaways were cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic lockdown and restrictions.