● Steven Gerrard's 'perfect' Rangers bugbear as he demands more goals The gaffer was pleased with the 3-0 win over St Mirren but reckons they should have scored more.
● Will it be fair if Hamilton and Celtic play a weakened Aberdeen? Monday Jury The Dons' next two games are set to go ahead without their eight isolating players and our team discuss whether that's right.
● Aberdeen and Motherwell's potential Europa League opponents The draw will be made in Nyon today and both clubs are seeded.
● Derek McInnes tells Aberdeen 8 his focus is on players who can get job done McInnes is preparing a side to face Hamilton and Celtic without eight key men.
● Nurses sat they have to use PPE kit rejected as unsafe by Army virus testers The medics, who are carrying out increasing amounts of tests in hospitals, fear their lives could be at risk.
● Baby Annabelle defies odds to survive five major ops for rare heart disease When Annabelle Main was just four days old and weighing less than 4lbs her mum and dad said their goodbyes before she went for surgery not knowing if...
● John Swinney must sort out exam mess quickly or get his jotters Record View says the Education Secretary has to come up with a solution that doesn't damage the future of a generation of school leavers.
● Sean Connery named best ever 007 as Scots James Bond legend tops poll The Edinburgh-born actor saw off competition from Daniel Craig, Roger Moore, George Lazenby, Timothy Dalton and Pierce Brosnan.
● Child abuse cases in Scotland soar as sex offence figures rise by a third Police Scotland data requested by children’s charity NSPCC show there were 5311 recorded offences in 2019-20.
● Scots nuisance calls firm chased for £500,000 by watchdog over phone fine Clydebank-based firm CRDNN Limited was hit with the maximum fine after generating 1.6m nuisance calls a day.
● 'Completely unjust' School in deprived area had 51% of exams results downgraded Pupils at St Joseph’s Academy in Kilmarnock were amongst the hardest hit by the SQA with swathes of A, B and C grades wiped out.
● Scots fugitive in Brazil hopes to stop extradition thanks to pregnant girlfriend Great Train Robber Ronnie Biggs managed to put off his return to jail in the UK for years after fathering a child in Brazil and James White is...
● Craig Whyte's accountant rapped by watchdog for failing to return creditor funds Charlie Moore is a long-term associate of former Rangers owner Craig Whyte and his dad Tom, 73.
● 'Cannabis turned my life around' says disabled pain-stricken Army vet Former corporal Andy McIntosh has urged the Scottish Government to open up access to the therapeutic drug.
● Harry Potter train staff in rammy with ScotRail workers over virus safety rules A "confrontation" has been reported between staff at West Coast Railways, who operate the Jacobite steam train in the Highlands, and...
● Gazza film to tell Rangers and England legend's life story on big screen Producers are already scouting for a big-money signing to play Ibrox icon Paul Gascoigne.
● Jeremy Vine reveals how stalker, job stress and huge mortgage hit him hard The 55-year-old radio and TV star said he failed to cope with the pressure and suffered burnout and depression.
● Balloch tragedy as body of missing child found in water at River Leven Police have revealed the grim news that the body of a 12-year-old has been found following a huge search operation.
● Callum McGregor issues Celtic apology after Kilmarnock draw The midfielder said sorry to fans but doesn't feel there's any need to panic.
● Andy Murray surprises delighted tennis youngsters at Gleneagles coaching The former world number one dropped in to watch the Adam Brown Tennis Academy training session at the Perthshire venue
● Cops seal off busy street in Glasgow after brutal attack puts victim in hospital Police and paramedics raced to the early-morning incident in Carntyne with pictures from the scene showing the pavement covered in blood.
● Celtic learn potential Champions League second qualifying round opponents Dan Petrescu's side knocked the Hoops out last season.
● Emergency services in frantic search for girl missing in water at Balloch Coastguard teams along with police and fire crews have been scouring the River Leven amid reports that an eight-year-old child is missing.
● Clive Tyldesley's Rangers TV zingers as as Jim Goodwin dubbed 'god of the sea' The legendary commentator made his Ibrox debut against St Mirren.