Neil McCann has had a long association with Dundee, his first club as both player and manager. Here is a look back at the highs and lows of his career.
Although the trees, shrubs and garden plants are ready for their winter rest as they go dormant, no such luck for the gardener.
The rolling Fife field of Zulu wheat which has divided farming opinion across the region has yielded an average 4.57t/acre across its 32-acres.
Thieves have stolen more than £800 raised to buy Christmas dinner for vulnerable children.
The public will be given the chance to share their recollections of the policing of the miners’ strike.
Sir, – As The Open gets under way in Carnoustie, it seems to have passed almost unnoticed that live golf has fallen off the agenda for broadcast on free-to-air television.
‘She is amazing, she never complained’: Mum’s joy as Lily’s cancer treatment ends ahead of 11th birthday
A Perth youngster has officially marked the end of her cancer treatment more than a year since being diagnosed with a rare condition.
The handwritten lyrics for Sir Elton John’s Your Song are to go under the hammer in New York.
The only Scot in European colours this week is going to be calm and cool to keep a check on his boss, who he calls “a bit crackers at times”.
Paul Lawrie may be missing the return of the Open to Carnoustie but the 1999 champion got a real tonic for his injury absence with son Craig moving just two rounds away from taking his place in the 147th championship.