Finn Russell could return for Scotland’s July tour after holding talks with head coach Gregor Townsend.
Liam Miller's former teammates have paid tribute to a "down to earth" man off the field and "model pro" on it, after the 36-year-old died from pancreatic cancer.
Former Scotland striker Charlie Nicholas has labelled the Scottish Football Association an "embarrassment" over its failed pursuit of Michael O’Neill.
Firefighters in Scotland tackling a large blaze at a warehouse in Glasgow have said they expect to be at the scene for most of the day.
Police are probing "threatening comments" made against Neil Lennon after the Hibernian head coach's eventful return to Ibrox.
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Scottish parliament votes 69-59 in favour of seeking permission for ballot in 18 months as May declares no deal until Brexit negotiated.
Top Gear’s former host Jeremy Clarkson is being sued by producer Oisín Tymon for racial discrimination.
Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson has thanked the hundreds of thousands of fans who have backed him after his suspension.
IN September 2013 scientist Professor Stephen Hawking spoke in favour of assisted suicide for people with terminal diseases, reigniting a debate that has been gathering momentum ever since.
Neil Lennon has parted company with Scottish Premiership champions Celtic, his agent has confirmed.
The Nobel Prize-winning scientist, Professor Peter Higgs, has said he plans to retire next year at the age of 85.
Celtic fans’ favourite Henrik Larsson hopes to return to Parkhead to play in a legends charity match.
The Scottish Football League’s 30 member clubs will meet tomorrow to discuss proposals for reconstruction to revive the game.
The BBC’s director of news Helen Boaden and her deputy Stephen Mitchell have stepped aside, according to reports.
A BBC report which wrongly implicated the former Tory treasurer Lord McAlpine in child abuse should never have been broadcast, the corporation’s director general said today.
Celtic hero Henrik Larsson believes the club‘s victory over Barcelona last night eclipsed anything he achieved in the green and white hoops.
BBC director-general George Entwistle has asked a senior colleague to answer journalists’ questions on the dropping of a documentary about Jimmy Savile.
Neil Lennon played down the possible impact the Luzhniki Stadium’s artificial surface might have on Celtic’s chances in tonight’s Champions League Group G clash with Spartak Moscow.
Rangers administrators Duff and Phelps have announced that Craig Whyte has confirmed he will transfer his majority shareholding to two parties involved in takeover talks.
Ticketus remain happy to work with Paul Murray despite the former Rangers director announcing his Blue Knights consortium were taking a step back from the race to buy the club.
Neil Lennon watched his side ease in to the semi-finals of the William Hill Scottish Cup with a 4-0 win at Dundee United yesterday – then warned his players that they will have to improve if they are to clinch the treble.
Scottish Football Association chief executive Stewart Regan has called for serious change in the domestic top flight following the country’s worst European club display in display.
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Scotland manager Craig Levein could be set to recall David Goodwillie to his squad after a charge of serious sexual assault against the Dundee United striker was dropped yesterday.
Former Celtic chairman Brian Quinn has paid tribute to his outgoing successor, John Reid, who will step down from his post at the club’s annual general meeting later this year.
Craig Whyte’s takeover bid appears to be back on track after he moved closer to winning over the independent committee of the Rangers board.
Former Scottish Football Association chief executive Gordon Smith has refuted claims the organisation is biased.
Neil Lennon will not walk away from Celtic despite threats made against him, according to his agent Martin Reilly.
Andy Murray conceded he may have returned to competitive action too soon after suffering a comprehensive first-round defeat at the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam last night.
The arctic weather which has decimated the fixture card has delayed discussions with leading clubs over wide-ranging reforms of the Scottish game, which were scheduled for today.
A number of players and staff at Dundee are expected to lose their jobs in the next 24 hours after the club were officially put into administration today.
A 22-YEAR-OLD man was arrested after an eight-hour police siege at a flat in the west end of Glasgow yesterday.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon remains keen to add a striker to his squad before tomorrow`s transfer deadline, despite seeing Daryl Murphy net the winner against Motherwell on his first start for the club.
HIBERNIAN’S board of directors is to meet to discuss Celtic’s proposed move for Republic of Ireland striker Anthony Stokes.
FORMER Ryder Cup captain Sam Torrance says Pádraig Harrington, Justin Rose and Paul Casey would be his wildcard picks to face the USA.
Dundee United’s Scottish Cup-winning manager Ivan Golac today issued a come-and-get-me plea to Celtic.
David Murray has confirmed “limited funds” will be available for Rangers boss Walter Smith to buy new players this summer.
Tony Mowbray has accused Rangers of playing “negative football” in the wake of Celtic’s 4-0 Clydesdale Bank Premier League thrashing at St Mirren.
Scotland team doctor James Robson has confirmed Thom Evans, Chris Paterson and Rory Lamont will miss the rest of the RBS 6 Nations after all suffered serious injuries during yesterday’s dramatic 31-24 defeat against Wales in Cardiff.
Rangers manager Walter Smith has warned that their off-field problems “will only get worse”.
Dundee United today dramatically abandoned efforts to bring in Pat Fenlon as their new manager after accusing Bohemians of “excessive” compensation demands.
The Edinburgh Festival Fringe gets underway today with a record number of shows and soaring ticket sales.
Cars and houses were damaged by a mini tornado which hit a Scottish island town, it was revealed today.
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