BENEATH the iconic curves of the Clyde Auditorium in Glasgow, a curious scene is unfolding. Rubber-necking passers-by jostle for position with a bank of tightly packed press photographers. Builders down tools. Taxi drivers leave their cabs idling. A…
.Make a statement for the new season in luxurious winter whites, faux fur and pastels.
HISTORY is made not repeated. Stevie Mallan has heard plenty tales involving other people playing in cup finals and now wants to experience it for himself. A Petrofac Training Cup semi-final away to Rangers this afternoon provides the St Mirren…
IFEOMA DIEKE hopes to return from a bad eye injury to help Scotland maintain their 100 per cent Euro 2017 qualifying record against Macedonia at the newly-named Paisley 2021 Stadium tomorrow.
DAVE King’s predecessors as Rangers chairman had a tendency to produce a bombshell revelation or punchy soundbite at the Ibrox club’s general meetings in an attempt to quell any potential unrest.
CRISIS? What crisis? Rangers fans know a bleak situation when they see one, and this isn’t even close.
HE was incapable of holding any kind of meaningful conversation with his team-mates inside the dressing-room. Instead, he sent out a message on social media to apologise to the public for a performance he recognised as “shocking”.
REALITY. It was the one word which kept popping up again and again as John Collins combed over the debris of Celtic’s European campaign under slate-grey skies at Lennoxtown.
DAVE King, the Rangers chairman, has told Mark Warburton, the Ibrox club’s manager, to target new signings during the January transfer window who are capable of competing in Europe.
JOHN COLLINS insists that Celtic cannot afford to spend recklessly in search of success in Europe and end up in the same desperate predicament as their city rivals, Rangers.
TOMMY Wright has challenged his St Johnstone players to press Hearts and Aberdeen for a top three place this season.
ANDY Murray insisted last night that he isn't prepared to let the partisan home crowd at the Flanders Expo Centre in Ghent ruin Britain's bid for their first Davis Cup since 1936. The tie stands at 1-1 this morning after a dramatic first day saw…
BLACK Friday is often a time for unseemly rows over high value items but little did we suspect that also applies to Davis Cup finals. Andy Murray and Ruben Bemelmans marked that date yesterday by involving themselves in the tennis equivalent of a…
Shopping centres and stores have experienced a slow start on Black Friday in contrast to the scenes of chaos on the same day last year.
ONE down, two to go. Andy Murray last night scrapped his way to the first stage of the personal hat-trick Great Britain requires to win their first Davis Cup title since 1936 to leave this final balanced on a knife edge at 1-1 ahead of today's…
Paula Radcliffe has been declared innocent of any blood doping by world athletics' governing body the IAAF which said it was "shocking" that the distance runner should have been publicly accused.
Russia has announced that it will suspend visa-free travel with Turkey as the row over the downing of a Russian warplane escalated.
KYLE Edmund did something remarkable here yesterday. Just not remarkable enough. The 20-year-old, born in Johannesburg but brought up from the age of three in Beverley, Yorkshire, was bidding to become the first Davis Cup final debutant in history to…
Lewis Hamilton and his Formula One peers may soon become a commodity of yesteryear after plans were announced to launch a series for driverless electric cars.
A teenage boy has been indecently assaulted while waiting for a bus in Edinburgh.
Lloyds Banking Group has appointed two financial services heavyweights to its board as non-executive directors.
DUNDEE UNITED manager Mixu Paatelainen has continued adding experience to his squad by signing former Liverpool striker Florent Sinama Pongolle.
Fifty of our finest authors, writers and literary figures tell us what books they read in 2015 and why they couldn't put them down.
The London market has ended the week lower after light trading in the US and steep overnight falls in China following the announcement of a probe into two major brokers.
Plans to restore the former Royal High school in Edinburgh as a world-class hotel have the support of 93 per cent of Edinburgh residents according to a new survey commissioned by the developer.
Six of Scotland's top politicians tell us what books they read in 2015 and why they couldn't put them down.
Tyson Fury claims he may retire from boxing if he fails to beat world heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko and is left feeling like "a fraud" on Saturday.
This week sees the release of the highly anticipated film adaptation of Lewis Grassic Gibbon’s Sunset Song. This seminal 1932 novel is widely regarded as one of the most influential Scottish texts of all time, beloved by readers, including First…
IT was, I suppose, my tribute to reality television. A sort of I’m A Nonentity Get Me Out of Here. There was news of apocalyptic happenings on the South Side of Glasgow. So I headed for the safety of Brussels. I will do anything to avoid a Scotland…
Police have no intelligence to suggest terrorists are planning to mount an attack on Scotland.
We asked Scotland's most influential authors, politicians, poets, publishers, historians and other notable bookworms for their favourite books of the year.
Goals Soccer Centres has appointed leisure industry veteran Nick Basing as its deputy chairman.
The jury remains out as to whether bombing targets in Syria would really make the UK safer rather than just a more obvious target for IS.
KYLE Edmund's brave attempt to become the first Davis Cup final debutant to win a live rubber in the competition's history ended in defeat in five sets to World No 15 David Goffin. The Johannesburg-born player looked set to record one of the most…
A prominent Chinese rights activist, Guo Feixiong, has been sentenced to six years imprisonment by a court in southern China, amid a continuing crackdown on human rights advocates across the country.
13 of the funniest images from the animal kingdom, unveiled at an awards ceremony in London.
In The Herald Magazine tomorrow (November 28), we catch-up with pop culture legend David Hasselhoff ahead of his pantomime debut at the SECC Clyde Auditorium in Glasgow.
FOUR men were arrested after trouble broke out before and after Celtic's Europa League clash with Ajax.
Good morning and welcome to The Midge, your first bite of the day’s politics in Scotland and elsewhere.
Armed attackers have abducted five Polish seamen, including the captain and three officers, from a cargo ship on Nigerian waters.
Death sentences imposed on corrupt Vietnamese officials will now be commuted to life in prison if they pay back at least 75 per cent of the illegal money they made.
Donald Trump has denied he mocked a reporter with a disability in a speech, despite appearing to imitate mannerisms of the "poor guy" and make fun of him.
Two Palestinians who rammed vehicles into Israeli soldiers in separate attacks in the occupied West Bank have been shot dead by the Israeli military and a civilian.
Rangers striker Martyn Waghorn does not care if Hibernian rival Jason Cummings pips him to top spot in the scoring charts - so long as his Ibrox side triumph in the promotion battle.
Sewing machines are whirring away in the background, rows of long, romantic-style tutus finished in layers of tulle hang on a rail, and shelves are filled with large bundles of neatly rolled ribbon in a rainbow of colours. Behind a desk, in front of…