A ROSE by any other name would smell as sweet, wrote William Shakespeare, who knew a thing or two about the human condition, and evidently regarded himself as something of a gardening guru.
SCOTLAND received a "jobs dividend" of more than 3,200 posts when it came to HM Revenue and Customs, Labour frontbencher Gregg McClymont will tell MPs later today.
RANGERS fans are proposing to surround Celtic Park with a "wall of blue" during the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony.
THE TAXMAN voted against the compulsory voluntary arrangement (CVA) offered by Rangers to ensure an investigation into the conduct of its owners and directors, including Sir David Murray and Craig Whyte, it has been claimed.
IT was the legal timebomb that led to the downfall of one of Scotland's oldest and most famous football clubs.