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Hibernian boss Neil Lennon on Jason "Cumdog" Cummings the "unconscious comedian”

Hibernian manager Neil Lennon had a good laugh at Jason Cummings' wrestling antics.

WHATEVER Scottish football lacks in quality it tends to make up for with oodles of unscripted entertainment. Anyone compiling an alternative review of the season in the coming weeks will not be short of material: Mark McGhee’s candid camera moment…

10:48pm Thursday 20 April 2017

Obituary - Susan Jo Hanna, teacher and chorister

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Teacher and chorister

12:59am Monday 17 April 2017

King of farcical comedy Ray Cooney on West End success and why he'll never quit

Shaun Williamson and Susie Amy in the new production of Out of Order

WHAT a life Ray Cooney has, you suggest, when his first thought upon waking is how to contrive a young lady into her underwear, or create a scenario whereupon a middle-aged buffoon finds his trousers draped ignominiously around his ankles.

12:08am Saturday 15 April 2017

Cash and confrontation in Trump's Mar-a-Lago

The US Coast Guard patrols the Atlantic outside Mar-a-Lago. Photograph: Getty Images

DONALD Trump seems to be exacting some kind of sweet revenge on the genteel folk of Palm Beach, Florida – and they’re not happy. If you’ve never heard of this place, that’s exactly how the people who live here like it. Three drawbridges, which…

12:07am Saturday 8 April 2017

The belt was often the least of my worries during my schooldays

TAWSE FOR CONCERN: But the belt was far from the only means of punishment.

CONTINUING the matter of the use of the tawse in schools (Letters, April 4 & 5), I would offer the following from my own experience.

12:11am Friday 7 April 2017

Rod Stewart criticised by widow of Scots aid worker beheaded by ISIS after poor taste video

Rod Stewart slammed by widow of Scots aid worker beheaded by ISIS after poor taste video

The widow of a Scots aid worker murdered by ISIS terrorist 'Jihadi John' has branded Rod Stewart 'disgusting' and 'brainless' after he was caught on camera appearing to re-enact a beheading.

1:29pm Friday 3 March 2017

Sir Rod Stewart to lead concert marking Celtic's 1967 European Cup triumph

Sir Rod Stewart to lead concert marking Celtic's 1967 European Cup triumph

Sir Rod Stewart is to headline a special concert marking the 50th anniversary of Celtic's European Cup triumph.

7:49am Wednesday 22 March 2017

Sir Rod Stewart to lead concert marking Celtic's 1967 European Cup triumph

Sir Rod Stewart to lead concert marking Celtic's 1967 European Cup triumph

Sir Rod Stewart is to headline a special concert marking the 50th anniversary of Celtic's European Cup triumph.

11:45pm Tuesday 21 March 2017

Sir Rod Stewart to lead concert marking Celtic's 1967 European Cup triumph

Sir Rod Stewart to lead concert marking Celtic's 1967 European Cup triumph

Sir Rod Stewart is to headline a special concert marking the 50th anniversary of Celtic's European Cup triumph.

3:48pm Tuesday 21 March 2017

Rod Stewart leads Scotland's tributes to late rock and roll legend

Rod Stewart leads Scotland's tributes to late rock and roll legend

SIR Rod Stewart has led Scotland’s tributes to Chuck Berry, revealing that the first album he ever bought was by the legendary musician.

7:55pm Sunday 19 March 2017
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