Manchester City chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak is hopeful manager Pep Guardiola will stay at the club “for years to come”.
Scotland in Japan: Diary Day One – the Scots, and everybody else, get sucked into the Tokyo metropolis
Japan may be something a culture shock to some, but yesterday was maybe a little too familiar.
Police in Tayside have welcomed funding for specialist mental health staff who will work in the region’s police stations, prisons, GP practices and accident and emergency departments.
In his 20-year career with the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, David Dourley has attended more house fires than he would care to count.
A pair of Courier country ploughmen are heading to the US to take on the world’s best in the field of battle.
The UK and Ireland tour of a production of Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird has been cancelled following an exclusivity claim by the producers of a Broadway version, organisers said.
Earlier this year, TV adventurer Alice Morrison became the first woman to walk the entire length of Morocco's longest river. Here, she tells Caroline Lindsay more about the incredible journey.
Hearts 1 Dundee United 1 (Hearts win 5-3 on pens): Tangerines lose another shootout but open season with fine draw at Tynecastle
Dundee United started this season as they ended the last - by losing a penalty shootout.
Former Arbroath player and manager John McGlashan will be inducted into the club’s hall of fame following his tragic death in January.
Canadian author Margaret Atwood has confirmed she is writing a sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale.