The UK is “suffering a Brexodus” as the number of EU nationals leaving the country hits the highest level for nearly a decade.
A symbol of Commonwealth Games spirit was welcomed in Angus and Dundee on Thursday.
An abuse survivor has become the first person in Scotland to secure compensation from the notorious Christian Brothers.
St Johnstone have confirmed the loan signing of striker Denny Johnstone from Colchester United.
Dundee midfielder Glen Kamara has been called up to the Finland squad for the World Cup qualifiers against Iceland and Kosovo at the start of next month.
Forfar have lost their appeal against the red card Jamie Bain collected against Raith Rovers.
Almost 9,000 items of rubbish, including 2,000 cotton buds and even a safety cone, have been removed from Fife beaches this year.
The big debate of the week seems to be – is Celtic’s Champions League qualification good for Scottish football?
Sir, - Last Friday I attended the Edinburgh Book Festival event with First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Turkish writer Elif Shafak and publisher Heather McDaid where Ms Shafak carefully summarised her concerns about the divisive nature of nationalism.
Nobody was able to beat Celtic in the league or domestic cups last season, of course.