A bullet header from substitute Thomas Mikkelsen provided the fizz for Dundee United as they lifted the Irn-Bru Cup at Fir Park.
Each year, about mid-September, I start looking into the skies above the house for the first of the ragged chevrons of pinkfeet and greylag geese reaching the end of their annual migration from their Arctic summer breeding grounds, just as their ancestors have done for a thousand years.
Gardening just like technology is moving onwards at a fast pace.
He’s returned to his home city to launch the first brewery in Dundee in 50 years. Gayle Ritchie finds out more about the man behind 71 Brewing
Den of Alyth (or more traditionally Den O’Alyth) is a wooded valley on the outskirts of Alyth, a popular local beauty spot boasting a network of paths and bridges perfect for peaceful riverside roaming below mature oak, ash, beech and birch.
The name of Scotland’s first completely new secondary school in more than 20 years will be agreed in the next few days.
A bid to slash £6 million from Fife's prescribing budget as part of key savings proposals has been branded hugely optimistic.
East Fife boss Barry Smith’s squad will be severely stretched for today’s game at Brechin with up to five players set to miss out through injury.
With the League 2 title race edging closer to what looks like being a nail-biting conclusion, not surprisingly veteran boss Dick Campbell is giving nothing away in terms of team selection ahead of today’s Angus derby with Montrose at Gayfield.
Cowdenbeath will look to bolster their survival hopes by winning at Annan this afternoon and improving on the seven points they have taken in their first four games under new manager Gary Locke.