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Flights and flak all worth it for intrepid traveller Johnny Russell as he bags his first Scotland goal  JOHNNY Russell, the Sporting Kansas City forward who sewed up the win over San Marino with a late strike, last night...
Kenny McLean: Scotland fans were right to boo us - we weren't good enough and deserved it  KENNY McLean, who scored his first international goal in the nervous 2-0 win over San Marino in Serravalle yesterday, admitted last...
Ross County find plenty of fizz in Irn-Bru cup final triumph  THERE are those who deride it as a strange brew, a pale imitation of the real thing. Try telling that to Jamie Lindsay and Ross Munro.
Glasgow Warriors 35 Cheetahs 17: Tries and turnovers abound in Scotstoun shoot-out  It could hardly have been more different from the challenge that will confront them in the Champions Cup next weekend, but Saturday’s five try...
San Marino 0 Scotland 2: Five things we learned as Scotland toil to shake off lowly hosts  SCOTLAND eventually shook off San Marino to claim the first points of their Euro 2020 qualification campaign, but it was another...
Stuart McCall sacked as Scunthorpe manager  Scunthorpe have sacked manager Stuart McCall after Saturday's defeat by Rochdale left the club in relegation trouble.
Britain will be revive and be 'serious country again' post-Brexit, says Blair  TONY Blair is confident Britain will get back on its feet and be a "serious country again" after Brexit.
Sturgeon: May already 'out of power' and UK Government has no credible way forward on Brexit  NICOLA Sturgeon has insisted Theresa May is effectively "out of power" already and would have departed Downing Street a...
Chancellor Hammond attacks 'self-indulgent' colleagues as talk of Cabinet coup against May  PHILIP Hammond has attacked “self-indulgent” colleagues who have raised the prospect of a Cabinet coup against Theresa May.
Chancellor: MPs allegedly plotting to oust PM being self-indulgent  Philip Hammond also said Parliament would be given the chance to hold indicative votes on alternatives to Theresa May’s Brexit deal this week.
Scotland's favourite 60 bands: 30-1  THE INCREDIBLE STRING BAND
FUTURE SHOCK: Outlandish Outlander reincarnation claims might see SNP independence dream live again  MY monosyllabic old mucker Stephen only really came alive after a few pints, the acrid elixer of Tennent’s enriching him with...
MacIntyre stays grounded in quest to reach the top on European Tour  ROBERT MacIntyre enjoys his home comforts. So, it seems, does his mother.
In figures: How much your council spends on temporary private accommodation  Spend on homeless accommodation by private and external providers between 2011 and 2017
League tables are not the true measure of our schools  On Friday, I received an email from a headteacher which started: "Once again my heart is in my boots – the annual public humiliation season – league tables." I...
Herald on Sunday letters: The madness of Brexit, the choice for Scotland and an inconvenient truth  At last, we are getting to the root causes of Britain’s current political turmoil. Iain Macwhirter (Herald on Sunday, March 17) ...
David Pratt: In the eye of the storm  As Cyclone Idai devastates parts of Africa, Foreign Editor David Pratt takes stock of its horrific impact and the pressing global questions it has raised about our response to such...
Revealed: £1370 a month to live in squalor in Scotland's temporary accommodation  What would you pay £316 a week for? A swanky flat in an upmarket urban avenue? A plush stone-built villa in a leafy suburb?
'I'm being offered drugs every day': Residents tell their horror stories of life in private homeless hotels  "We are all two pay cheques away from homelessness," explains Brian Roberts, a caseworker at Govan Law...
Asad Shah's family question memorial plans for tragic shopkeeper three years on from his death  THE FAMILY of murdered shopkeeper Asad Shah have called for answers after a memorial in his memory has stalled.
Highlands scientists to uncover the secrets of the bumblebee  SCIENTISTS working in the Highlands are set to uncover the secrets of one the UK’s most endangered bumblebees, amid fears the species may disappear entirely in a...
Burning down gender barriers in Scotland's fire service  The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service has launched a drive to recruit 300 new firefighters. But with 95% of the current contingent male, how many of the new recruits will...
Former chief constable to be quizzed on claims of SNP Government interference in policing  A powerful Holyrood committee has agreed to invite a former Police Scotland chief constable to give evidence over politically explosive...
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