Scotland should save £2 billion a year by downgrading its military when the country becomes independent, says a former SNP spokesman.
Short of taking on the Brexit negotiations – and he’s not free for that – there seems to be nothing that Paul McGinley isn’t doing at the moment.
The hunt is on for a missing international cap won by the late Alan Gilzean.
Football might not be coming home but the English are invading golf’s home and leaving their St George cross flags all over the furniture.
One of Tayside’s most prestigious male-only golf clubs has voted to admit women “with immediate effect” after a unanimous vote of its membership.
Dan McFarland’s decision to leave Scotland’s international management team is a blow to Gregor Townsend, but perhaps not a surprise.
“We’re working hard to put this right” — Boots to change name of sex-themed make-up colours after outcry
A High Street store says changes will be made after The Courier revealed it stocks make-up featuring sexually-themed names including "foreplay" and "MILF".
Campaigners fighting the proposed closure of Stracathro Primary School are continuing to pile on the pressure, claiming a suitability survey carried out by Angus Council was “invalid” and should be rendered “null and void.”
Yellow comes in all shades and tints, but there is surely no colour yellow that compares in brightness and vibrancy as that found on the wild primroses now coming into bloom by our waysides and woodland edges.
The failure to come up with an immigration scheme for crucial temporary staff is “disgraceful”, says Nicola Sturgeon.