A campaign has been launched to have inspirational schoolgirl Lily Douglas switch on the Christmas lights in Perth.
What the papers say A “delighted” Gareth Bale is not planning to leave Real Madrid, according to his agent after a meeting with the Welshman in London this week. The encounter sparked talk that the 30-year-old winger was departing for either China or Manchester United, but Jonathan Barnett told The Independent that his client is “delighted to play in Madrid”. Barnett added: “China? Don’t believe everything you hear.”
A drunken prisoner caused up to £10,000 of damage to a hospital door after running into it while trying to escape from police.
Eddie Jones repeated the mantra “no fear” as he lit the fuse for the final of a World Cup he does not want to end.
Students from Dundee and Angus College will be celebrated on Thursday in a glittering graduation ceremony at the Caird Hall.
Cricketer Glenn Maxwell has decided to take a break from the sport due to mental health concerns, Cricket Australia said.
Eoin Morgan gave no assurances to Joe Root about a place in England’s side at next year’s T20 World Cup – although the limited-overs captain insists there are few guarantees at this stage.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has warned the EFL he will quit the Carabao Cup if their packed fixture schedule is not treated sympathetically.
Marcus Rashford drew comparisions with Cristiano Ronaldo following his wonder-strike against Chelsea.
The general who oversaw the US raid on the leader of the so-called Islamic State group has said the country is on alert for possible “retribution attacks” by extremists.