The Philadelphia 76ers took a 2-1 lead in their Eastern Conference first round series with a 128-108 win over the Miami Heat.
Shares in Shire slipped on Friday after Botox maker Allergan confirmed it would not make a bid for the Irish pharmaceutical giant.
Royal Mail has confirmed that chief executive Moya Greene will step down after more than eight years at the helm.
Almost a year on from their successful gig at the venue last year, The Filthy Tongues return to perform at The Windsor Hotel in Kirkcaldy on April 27.
Raith boss Barry Smith insists that the slip-up by title rivals Ayr has not altered what he is demanding from his side in the two games of the regular season remaining.
A Glenrothes woman has pled guilty to fraudulently claiming almost £13,000 in benefits.
A father-of-two who survived invasive surgery for a rare tumour in his neck is to run the London Marathon with his feeding tube.
What the papers say
Joe Hart may be in line for a permanent deal at West Ham, the Mirror reports. The England goalkeeper has struggled since losing place at Manchester City but has impressed David Moyes during his loan spell at London Stadium. Hart, who turned 31 on Thursday, is hoping to make Gareth Southgate’s World Cup squad this summer.
Residents in Perth will have the chance to view £2 million plans designed to transform a dilapidated former church into an open civic space which will “enliven” the city centre.
A host of footballing stars have joined together to raise over £10,000 in memory of a young footballer who tragically passed away aged just 11.
Creation of a new wedding venue in north-east Fife is mired in a legal battle over its access road.
An Angus dump which found fame as the world’s most unlikely haute couture catwalk has been binned.
The Beast from the East cost Perth and Kinross Council an extra £1.5 million, it has emerged.
Irate residents are claiming there is “no sleep in Blackford” due to lorries thundering through the village late at night on their way to a bottling plant.
A Dundee politician has called for councils to release more information on knife incidents in schools, saying it could tackle a rise in knife crime in the city.
Engineers looked like they were playing a giant game of Lego as they dug up an unusual solution to make an abandoned railway tunnel near the Forth bridges safe.
Rail services running through part of Angus have been delayed due to a broken down train.
A Cupar care home worker is facing the prospect of sanctions amid claims she left an elderly resident soaked in urine.
The housing market in Fife is booming with the kingdom's house prices rising faster than most of the country.