A smiling panda and a walking Chinese lantern will be the mascots for the 2022 Winter Olympics and Paralympics in Beijing.
It’s the time of year when you can’t help but look back on the last 12 months and forward to the next 12.
Yaaaaay!!! Daffs! Tulips! Wee pots of colour brightening up the house after the long, dark winter. It is a scientific fact* that a vase of daffodils lifts the mood and makes even the grumpiest of grumps smile. And the price of happiness? £1 for a bunch.
Great Britain's women made a flying start to their Olympic campaign with a 10-3 win over the Olympic Athletes of Russia (OAR) at the Gangneung Ice Arena.
A Forfar soldier has put his physical fitness and skills to the test as he took to the demanding slopes of the French Alps to take part in the British Army Telemark Skiing Championships.
A Fife services company has secured a £1 million contract to provide its power connectors to one of the biggest electricity and water authorities in the United Arab Emirates.
There have probably been times when winter Olympians have felt a bit like second class citizens compared to the summer Olympians but that certainly isn’t the case anymore.
Even though I was 99% sure that I would be selected for my third Olympics, it doesn’t make the confirmation any less special.
Five Perthshire curlers will be representing Great Britain at next year’s Winter Olympics.
Scottish Championship weeks aren’t to be enjoyed.