A CHALET company linked to Scotland's most successful alpine ski-er has struck a deal to sponsor a Glasgow teenager tipped for Olympic glory.
Brian McKandie was beaten to death in a brutal attack at his home in Rothienorman on March 11.
ST MIRREN will step up the search for their new manager today, with Billy Davies among a number of candidates expected to be interviewed by the club. The former Nottingham Forest boss remains in the running to succeed Alex Rae who was sacked nine…
MANCHESTER CITY continue to plough mercilessly through everything in their path. Next to try to derail this seemingly unstoppable object will be Celtic in the Champions League tomorrow night. Brendan Rodgers may have to start both Dorus de Vries and…
Depending on flight connections, nod-and-a-wink dealings with border control and my ability to perform a variety of nimble, clandestine manoeuvrings to stay one step ahead of the Minneapolis Police Department, I should have successfully scrambled my…
STEVEN Pressley has revealed James Maddison, who scored a stunning last-minute winner for Aberdeen against Rangers on Sunday, was on the verge of signing for Arsenal or Liverpool last year before he suffered a serious injury.
JONATAN Johansson, the former Rangers striker, last night backed Mark Warburton, the Ibrox club’s manager, over his stubborn refusal to adopt a more direct style of play.
HAVING played for Fargas IF and TPS Turku in his native Finland and then Flora Tallin in Estonia before signing for Rangers in 1997, Jonatan Johansson initially struggled to establish himself at Ibrox.
THE Scotland midfielder Oliver Burke said his first goal in the Bundesliga was a 'dream come true' for him.
THERE was a time when the mere mention of a certain Celtic player would strike fear into the hearts of England’s finest.
GREG DOCHERTY unselfishly, but perhaps unfairly, has taken responsibility for Hamilton’s inability to secure three points against St Johnstone on Sunday.
FINN and Archie Russell may have been the brothers grabbing the headlines recently when they played together for the first time for Ayr, but older sibling Harry has also had a great start to the 2016/17 season.
TEAM SKY general manager Sir Dave Brailsford has defended the decision to secure special permission for Sir Bradley Wiggins to receive injections of a banned drug before three major races, including his historic win in the 2012 Tour de France.
If the stress of the last few days was weighing on her mind she did not show it.
The owner of Monarch Airlines is in talks with several interested parties about a potential takeover of the carrier as it prepares to throw it a multimillion-pound lifeline.
The boards surround the railway station construction site and the new additions have been entertaining passers-by.
I wrote last week about relief among housing experts that the Department for Work and Pensions had chosen to delay the introduction of new caps on housing benefit for vulnerable tenants.
Labour will today (MON) challenge the SNP to vote down proposals to introduce a new 50p top rate of tax.
Christopher Stephenson groomed the teenage girl over Facebook.
Shadow defence secretary Clive Lewis had been due to say that he would not seek to change Labour's policy of supporting the renewal of Trident.
Digging began after a fresh line of inquiry suggested 21-month-old Ben may have been crushed to death by a digger near a farmhouse his grandparents were renovating in July 1991.
STAFF on Virgin Trains East Coast are staging a 24-hour strike next week in a dispute over jobs, working conditions and safety.
A 25-year-old, from Aberdeen, has been charged in relation to an offence involving possession of pyrotechnic and 22-year-old man, from Glasgow, has been charged regarding offensive behaviour within a football stadium.
The Prime Minister said Scotland's public services emerged "unscathed" from the crisis because of the support provided by being in the United Kingdom.
RORY McILROY will head into the Ryder Cup in buoyant mood after coming through a three-way play-off to win the Tour Championship and clinch the overall FedEx Cup title on Sunday, securing a payday of $11.5m (£8.86m) in Atlanta.
In a message to the First Minister of Scotland, she warned against increasing the divisions in a country already split by the Brexit vote.
A group of bankers and consultants took part in a £245 million loan scam which saw funds splashed on high-end prostitutes and luxury holidays, a court has heard.
Jeremy Corbyn has signalled that he still plans to try to change Labour’s policy on Trident, months after MPs voted for a new generation of nuclear weapons.
Auld recalls seeing Leeds full-back Terry Cooper crumbling at the mere mention of the acclaimed Celtic winger after Don Revie's side had been beaten in the 1970 European Cup semi-finals.
Alton Towers operator Merlin Attractions Operations Ltd has been told it is facing a fine which could top £10 million after admitting a health and safety breach on the 14-loop ride.
THERESA May believes Nicola Sturgeon does not have a mandate to hold a second Scottish independence referendum, No 10 has said.
Ian Murray said the power struggle over new rules could lead to the Scottish party "shutting down".
More than 20 years before a swashbuckling Spanish teenager exploded onto the European golf scene he was every bit as flamboyant.
THE study of the life of Jesus Christ should be introduced as part of the mainstream history syllabus in Scottish schools, a leading academic has said.
Allegations against nurses and midwives will no longer be available for public scrutiny ahead of disciplinary hearings, a regulator has said.
Clive Lewis admitted he was "sceptical" about the programme to replace the ageing submarines carrying the nuclear deterrent but Labour's policy was "clear".
Scotland's status will be enhanced rather than diminished by the vote to leave the EU, Theresa May has said.
Lord Prescott and the former Britain's Got Talent judge got into an early morning verbal sparring session as they clashed over Labour splits.
Rangers fans are facing accusations of vandalism after supporters appear to throw broken seats at Aberdeen fans during Sunday's league clash, in a video that has emerged online.
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SCOTTISH celebrities are urging people to have a cuppa to raise vital funds for a charity.
A luxury townhouse on Park Lane is set to become one of the world's most expensive student digs with a rental price of £4,000 a week. The brand new 3,540 sq ft pad is worth £12.5 million and couldn't be further from the average…
The Hoops striker marked his return from injury with a goal after coming off the bench in Saturday's resounding 6-1 win against Kilmarnock.
Chief Football Writer Matthew Lindsay and Senior Sports Writer Graeme Macpherson join Online Sports Editor Alasdair Mackenzie in the studio to discuss the drama at Pittodrie, where Aberdeen snatched a late win against Rangers.