Lyon’s Jess Fishlock believes English clubs remain some distance behind their European rivals as Chelsea Women attempt to upset the odds and make the Champions League final.
National assessments for primary pupils will be reformed following feedback from teachers, Education Secretary John Swinney has said.
Craig Levein insists getting Steven Naismith tied down for next season is more important than rushing the talisman back for Hearts’ William Hill Scottish Cup final clash with Celtic.
Madam, – We refer to your article where Pete Wishart MP, was calling for a university for Perth (Politician backs university calls, Courier, April 8).
Arlene Foster has urged unionists to turn out and vote, warning that if Sinn Fein emerges on top in local government elections it will strengthen calls for a border poll.
Scunthorpe defender Tom Pearce could return to contention for the home game against Blackpool.
Organisers behind the climate change protest which has brought parts of central London to its knees say they are prepared to escalate the group’s tactics if their demands “are not met” – with “thousands more rebels” expected to join in the coming days.
Fleetwood manager Joey Barton says he “emphatically” denies all allegations made against him following Saturday’s defeat at Barnsley.
What’s in a colour these days? Is it really that important when buying a new car?
Dundee have told eight young players they won't be getting their contracts renewed.