Scotland has voted to reject independence.Post a comment ()
Fife has voted overwhelmingly to stay as part of the UK in the Scottish independence referendum.Post a comment ()
Stirling has voted to rejected independence by a margin of over 10,000.Post a comment ()
Perth and Kinross has chosen to remain in the UK in the Scottish Independence Referendum.Post a comment ()
Dundee FC have issued a statement suggesting Paul Hartley wants to stay at Dens Park for the “long term”.Post a comment ()
Speculation linking Paul Hartley as the shock successor to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as Cardiff City boss is growing.Post a comment ()
Raith Rovers defender Craig Barr could be sidelined for the rest of the year following surgery to cure a persistent knee injury.Post a comment ()
More encouraging economic news and friendly signals from the Federal Reserve cheered investors, as the US stock market climbed to another record high.
Larry Ellison is stepping aside as chief executive of Oracle, the business software maker he founded.
Dundonian pop band Danny Wilson are to perform for the first time in public for 25 years at a special one-off performance of their No 3 hit Mary’s ...Post a comment ()
Sir Walter Scott’s first novel, Waverley, was published 200 years ago. But how many people have read any of Scotland’s greatest novelist’s works? ...Post a comment ()
Sir, — The SNP and the Yes campaign trot out the claim Scotland pays more in tax revenue per head than the UK as a whole but fail to tell the full ...Post a comment ()
We know the result of the referendum.Post a comment ()
Disgraced MP Mike Hancock has resigned his membership of the Liberal Democrats, the party has confirmed.
Islamic militants have released a propaganda video featuring a British hostage believed to be journalist John Cantlie.
Private sector rents have lifted to a new all-time average high of £761 a month as the peak season for tenants snapping up new homes gets under way, ...
Children who are bad at maths could have trouble with numbers because of their mother's hormone levels during pregnancy, a new study suggests.
Referrals for genetic breast cancer tests more than doubled in the UK as a result of what doctors have dubbed the "Angelina effect".
Forensic searches have been taking place at the home of a Latvian builder named as the prime suspect in the search for schoolgirl Alice Gross.