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Happiness is the truth for East Renfrewshire residents, survey finds  THEY say money can’t buy happiness, but that’s not borne out by the evidence, according to a new survey which rated East Renfrewshire as Scotland’s most...
Revealed: Surge in price of a hotel room in Glasgow  THE average daily rate for a hotel room in Glasgow jumped by 6.1 per cent last year – more than three times the UK-wide increase – a key survey shows.
MPs take control of Brexit process as May suffers another humiliating Commons defeat  MPS have made history by voting to take control of the Brexit process away from the UK Government as Theresa May decided against staging a...
England's five-star win over Montenegro marred by racist chanting  England's impressive start to Euro 2020 qualification continued with a first ever win in Montenegro, but the 5-1 victory was overshadowed by racist chanting.
Hendrick happy to help goal-shy Republic against Georgia  Jeff Hendrick is happy to take on some of the responsibility for ending the Republic of Ireland's goalscoring drought.
Hearts ace may need surgery, reveals Craig Levein  Hearts manager Craig Levein admits yet another player could face surgery after revealing that winger Callumn Morrison has been hampered by a knee issue.
Sweden U21s 2 Scotland U21s 1: Scot Gemmill takes positives in Marbella  SCOTLAND suffered a setback in their final game in Marbella when they were edged out by Sweden, but manager Scot Gemmill insisted he could take a huge...
Brexit crisis: MPs vote to take control of Commons  MPs have dramatically seized control of the Brexit agenda from Theresa May - potentially paving the way for a "softer" deal that keeps the UK closer to Brussels.
Minister 'resigns' and says government's Brexit approach is 'playing roulette with lives'  BUSINESS minister Richard Harrington has resigned warning that the government's Brexit approach was "playing roulette"...
Pyrgos reckons Leinster win has set Edinburgh up for Munster clash  It looked a gamble at the time, but the decision of former Scotland captain Henry Pyrgos to leave Glasgow Warriors and join Edinburgh last summer looked ever...
Goode reckons unbeaten Sarries will only get better  Saracens will go into this weekend’s European Champions Cup quarter-finals as the strongest of favourites to progress to the next stage, but familiarity has bred respect...
Kyle's success may have a thousand fathers but mum gave him his big chance  The explosive way Kyle Steyn both started and finished the move that put Glasgow Warriors in control of Saturday’s meeting with his fellow South...
'It's f****** annoying': Murray family slam LTA for ignoring legacy again  Jamie Murray was left frustrated by their decision to omit his family from blueprint for future
Watson commits to Edinburgh as foreign legion armed with Fijian 'Sledgehammer' signs up  Scotland flanker Hamish Watson has committed his future to Edinburgh as a big week for the club got underway with the recruitment of a...
Child taken to hospital with serious injuries after collision with a van in Dundee  An 11-year-old boy has been taken to hospital with serious injuries after he was hit by a van on a city street.
Theresa May accused of 'shameful surrender' after claiming no deal Brexit is not viable  Theresa May has been accused of a “shameful surrender” after urging Tory Brexiteers to accept the political reality that MPs would not...
Watch: Luke Skywalker congratulates Scots Star Wars superfan over his bionic arm  Luke Skywalker has sent his congratulations to an 11-year-old Star Wars super fan after he was the first in the world to receive a BB-8 inspired...
Scott Walker and The Walker Brothers: Their Top 10 songs  Tributes have been paid to Scott Walker, the "musical genius" who shot to fame in The Walker Brothers, following his death aged 76.
SNP set to unveil devolution reform plan as Mike Russell insists indyref2 mandate is 'cast iron'  The SNP will propose a series of reforms to devolution - though Constitutional Relations Secretary Mike Russell has insisted...
Men paid 51% more than women at Goldman Sachs international  Women at Goldman Sachs International earn 51 per cent less than men, according to new figures released as the deadline for reporting pay gap numbers approaches.
Pound hit by Brexit uncertainty as may delays fresh vote on deal  THE pound tumbled on Monday after Theresa May said there was not sufficient support for another vote on her proposed Brexit deal, making the prospect of a...
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes makes a passionate defence of Graeme Shinnie after Scotland shambles  DEREK McInnes has furiously hit back at the personal criticism aimed at Graeme Shinnie and claimed he wouldn't swap his...
Five alternative candidates for the Scotland job  THE fact that Alex McLeish is still the Scotland manager has done little to temper speculation about who his successor may be, with the bookies stoking the conversation by...
Waterstone's 'not yet profitable enough' to raise staff wages  The chief of Waterstone's has said the book retailer is not yet profitable enough to increase pay for shop workers, after staff launched a campaign to be paid...
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