A man will be reported to the procurator fiscal after a drone was flown over the Arbroath v Montrose derby at Gayfield on Saturday.
Estate agency Foxtons has closed six London branches amid tough market conditions in the capital’s housing sector as its posted flat third-quarter revenue.
Boxer Mike Towell told a doctor he was “feeling great and ready to box” in the weeks before his death, a fatal accident inquiry heard.
A former banking executive has been appointed as the new chairman of children’s orchestra charity Sistema Scotland.
Dundee City Council leader John Alexander has said he fears the “ripple effect” that would follow the closure of Dundee’s Michelin factory.
Martin O’Neill will send the Republic of Ireland into friendly battle with Northern Ireland on Thursday evening looking for a morale-boosting end to a difficult year.
Mr Kipling cakes firm Premier Foods has revealed it is to start stockpiling ingredients ahead of Brexit amid fears of gridlock at ports if the UK crashes out without a deal.
Funnyman Rowan Atkinson will play three different vicars in a new Radio 4 comedy.
Profits at bargain retailer B&M rose by more than 30% in the first half of the year, but underlying revenue was held back in the UK as it ran out of garden products early in the summer.
George Kruis has been ruled out of England’s last two autumn matches because of a calf injury sustained against New Zealand on Saturday.