The Rangers board discussed the possibility of the club going into administration several months before it was bought by Craig Whyte, a court has heard.
BRIAN Alainu’uese has admitted he may consider seeking selection for Scotland if and when he becomes eligible via residence. The 23-year-old lock forward signed a new two-year contract with Glasgow last week, having originally joined last autumn on a…
THE future of a leading independent book publisher that lists Irvine Welsh and Janice Galloway among its writers is in question after one of its co-founders quit.
A SALE of more than 250 artworks in aid of two charities includes the work of more than 60 of Scotland’s contemporary artists. Art for Hearts Sake at The Store Interiors, Anniesland, Glasgow, lasts until 7 May.
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THE countdown is underway to this year’s awards for Scotland’s premier hair and beauty industry.
ASK Linda McAllister if she has any particular memories from all her years with the VisitScotland Expo and she laughs and says: “Two words. Ash cloud”.
The UK Government has been accused of "pure political expediency" in seeking to delay publishing plans to tackle air pollution until after the general election.
An adorable dog is coming on leaps and bounds after recovering from a successful sex change operation. Molly was born intersex which meant that she had both male and female genitalia. The dog's gender reassignment is only the second time in…
The Light Blues were dismissed with ease in Sunday's William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final at Hampden Park by the Hoops whose 2-0 win was no reflection of their superiority in a season where they have not lost in five Old Firm meetings.