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Iain Macwhirter: Keep calm and carry on avoiding simplistic solutions

POLICE Westminster 071130

IT'S understandable that people get frustrated with the media at times of national crisis like last week's terrorist attack on Westminster. Why the saturation coverage? Why do the terrorists’ job for them by giving the oxygen of publicity? Why not…

5:15am Sunday 26 March 2017

Shirley Spear recipe: Hazelnut meringue for Mother's Day

Shirley Spear's Hazelnut Meringue

WE have been eating hazelnuts as part of our Scottish diet since time began. Even archaeological sites have found remains of hazelnut shells left over from cooking, particularly in the Highlands and Islands. This meringue cake is sheer indulgence on…

12:59am Sunday 26 March 2017

Hibs 2 Falkirk 1: Hibees in total control of destiny thanks to glorious James Keatings last ditch winner

Hibs manager Neil Lennon (C) celebrates their win with Jason Cummings (L) and Lewis Stevenson (R).

Ground buzzing, two teams fully committed, a season’s hard work at stake, a packed home support making sure the visitors, aptly clad in navy blue, know where they are and all decided by a James Keatings goal of sublime quality. This is what a big…

12:30am Sunday 26 March 2017

Exclusive Interview: Ronny Deila on why youth development in Scotland languishes way behind Scandinavia

Fotball , 18. mars 2017 ,  Privatkamp , VÃ ¥lerenga - Sandefjord.trener Ronny Deila , VIF..

12:30am Sunday 26 March 2017

Ronny Deila Exclusive: I'm delighted to see Stuart Armstrong's Scotland emergence and proud of the role I played in his development

Ronny Deila with Stuart Armstrong

12:30am Sunday 26 March 2017

Why Olympic curler Greg Drummond won't be attempting any golf shots on ice again any time soon

Check out that grip... Greg Drummond is keeping both hands firmly on that broom (Picture courtesy of British Curling/Graeme Hart, Perthshire Picture Agency)

12:16am Sunday 26 March 2017

Marianne Taylor: Why I’m glad I won’t be retiring at 60... or even 65


LIKE many people in their early forties, I choose to view this current stage of my life as “late youth” rather than early middle age. After all, I still wear trainers and go to gigs. And I’ve not yet succumbed to booking a cruise.

12:13am Sunday 26 March 2017

Gordon has Buffon in mind as he admits he has no plans to retire from Scotland duty

Scotland's Craig Gordon should win his 46th cap this evening

THE prospect of ever catching his erstwhile hero may seem unlikely but Craig Gordon will not stint in trying. Two days on from Gianluigi Buffon chalking up his 1000th career appearance, the man who used to cut off the sleeves of his goalkeeping…

12:13am Sunday 26 March 2017

Disabled Scots athletes triumph at Winter Olympics

ATHLETES with learning difficulties are returning to Scotland victorious after winning a clutch of gold medals at the Special Olympics World Winter Games.

12:12am Sunday 26 March 2017

Ayr 28 Glasgow Hawks 10: Hosts march into BT Cup final

Ayr's Grant Anderson scores the second try for his side

FRAZIER CLIMO pulled the strings for the home side as they marched to an emphatic victory at sun-soaked Millbrae yesterday afternoon, to book themselves a BT Cup final showdown against Melrose at Murrayfield on April 22.

12:12am Sunday 26 March 2017
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