A former Perthshire journalist could lose his position as mayor of a German town when the UK leaves to EU on October 31.
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam has met with a group of young people about ongoing pro-democracy protests, but she showed no sign of budging on any of the protesters’ demands.
Camperdown Golf Course, which is now officially earmarked for closure next year, is where many of us from Dundee learned to play the game.
A Kirkcaldy nursery’s plans to develop its outdoor learning provision has been given a massive boost, thanks to Fife radio station Kingdom FM.
The Metropolitan Police has appointed a new head of its Counter Terrorism Command (CTC).
What the papers say Nacho Monreal‘s future at Arsenal is in question with LaLiga side Real Sociedad thinking they are close to a deal, reports the Daily Mirror. The 33-year-old has been offered a two-year contract by Sociedad and the Spanish left-back may be tempted to return to his homeland as the Gunners have two left-backs – Kieran Tierney and Sead Kolasinac – on their books.
Despite the fervour heightened by Ben Stokes’s Headingley heroics on Sunday, Test cricket is not likely to return to free-to-air television in the foreseeable future, sports minister Nigel Adams has confirmed.
Kentucky Fried Chicken plans to test plant-based nuggets and wings on Tuesday at one of its restaurants in Atlanta.
Ragged Roger Federer recovered from dropping the first set of his US Open campaign to squeeze past Indian qualifier Sumit Nagal.
Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer reached the second round while Serena Williams comfortably won her grudge match with Maria Sharapova, 6-1 6-1.