All 82 activists arrested during a mass environmental demonstration in London have been released under investigation, the Metropolitan Police said.
Thousands of people attended Perth’s Christmas switch-on event resulting in an economic boost to the local economy.
Deputy First Minister John Swinney is to promote Scottish trade and investment on a trip to India.
Veteran BBC political broadcaster Andrew Marr lost his cool with a senior Labour figure after suggestions he was not a democrat.
Nicola Sturgeon has said SNP MPs will vote against the Prime Minister’s EU withdrawal plan, and she hopes to sit down this week with Labour and others to formulate an alternative.
Ireland will be boosted by the “chase” of New Zealand still holding onto their world number one ranking, according to Luke McGrath.
It’s the World Cup. After a difficult start to the tournament, you find yourself four or five goals up against South Korea – so now’s the time to press home the advantage and pad that goal difference, right?
Maro Itoje admits England were driven on by the fear of being humbled at Twickenham when staging their fightback in a 35-15 victory over Japan.
Italy’s Francesco Molinari was almost lost for words after capping an incredible season by winning the European Tour’s Race to Dubai.
Wales have called up exciting Manchester City teenager Rabbi Matondo for their friendly in Albania.