Fans of The Greatest Dancer were left shivering outside in the cold after the live show was overbooked.
Sports fans from across Dundee and Angus turned out this weekend to test their strength as the British and Irish Tug of War Championships arrived in the City of Discovery for the first time. The two-day event was held at Piperdam Leisure Resort in Fowlis throughout Saturday and Sunday, and showcased the top tug of war talent. Scottish competitors usually face a trip to Wales or Ireland for the annual championships but guests from around the world made their way to the popular resort for the competition’s Courier Country debut. Indoor tug of war differs from the outdoor summer sport in a number of ways, with pullers placed on rubber mats and wearing specially-designed flat rubber-soled shoes.
Dustin Johnson believes his two-stroke win in the inaugural Saudi International on Sunday will stand him in good stead for another successful year.
Marcus Rashford marked his 100th Manchester United appearance with the winner at Leicester as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer maintained his unbeaten record.
Celtic moved six points clear at the top of Ladbrokes Premiership on Sunday with a 2-0 win over St Johnstone at McDiarmid Park thanks to late goals by James Forrest and substitute Timothy Weah.
The Voice provided a triumph for ITV over the BBC as it won the ratings battle with The Greatest Dancer.
Sir Patrick Stewart has condemned the “self-interest” of politicians and said young voters could provide a better future.
Police in Lincolnshire have apologised after a “bit of banter” tweet highlighting a filthy squad car went viral.
The Coastguard is helping in the search for missing student Libby Squire, which has entered its third day.
It wasn’t quite as painful as last time around but James Forrest still piled on the misery for St Johnstone at McDiarmid Park.