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John Hartson confirms interest in Livingston job

John Hartson has confirmed that he has applied for the Livingston managerial post. The former Celtic striker is in the frame for the post vacated by David Hopkin last...

Life of crime mapped out: Gangs target six-year-olds to deal drugs

THEY call them “apples from trees”: the sons who follow their fathers into crime; the daughters who follow their mothers. Anyone who has lived or worked in...

MI5 and police to get faster alerts on suspicious buys under terrorism plan

MI5 and police will be alerted to suspicious purchases more quickly under the Government’s new blueprint for tackling terror. On Monday, Home Secretary Sajid Javid...

Labour claims SNP and Tories now in austerity alliance

RICHARD Leonard will today attempt to capitalise on Nationalist splits over the SNP Growth Commission, accusing Nicola Sturgeon of aligning with the Tories on austerity....

Nicola Sturgeon branded ‘delusional’ amid Growth report splits

NICOLA Sturgeon has been branded borderline delusional after describing the reaction to the SNP’s Growth Commission as “heartening”. Despite a week of...

Celtic unveil beginning of a £4m stadium upgrade which promises supporters a better match day experience

CELTIC yesterday revealed phase one of Parkhead’s £4million facelift which aims to make the stadium known throughout the football world as one of the best...

DUP leader Arlene Foster to attend Orange Order parade in Fife next month

DUP leader Arlene Foster will be a guest speaker at the Boyne Orange Order parade in Cowdenbeath, Fife later this month. The march, arranged by the Country Grand...

Orchestras, Celtic Connections, Mogwai and modern music highlights of Glasgow’s Festival 2018

THE cultural festival which will accompany Glasgow's European Championships this summer will feature a rare collaboration between one of Scotland's leading...

Nuisance call firms and their bosses face fines of up to £1m

Companies and their bosses face fines of up to £1 million for “plaguing” consumers with nuisance calls. Estimates from Ofcom, the media regulator,...

Iain Macwhirter: Growth Commission report brings new hope to Labour

All week, Labour have been pinching itself in disbelief. For months, it has been banging on, pretty unconvincingly, with the line that the SNP is the new...