Ex-Hibs boss Bobby Williamson reveals he’s cancer free

Former Hibs and Kilmarnock manager Bobby Williamson has revealed he’s beaten cancer.

Thomas Agyepong has spent the last two seasons on loan at NAC Breda

Hibs linked with move for Ghana winger Thomas Agyepong

Hibs have been linked with a move for Ghana internationalist Thomas Agyepong.

Over-60s are able to travel on buses for free. Picture: Jane Barlow

Bid for free bus travel for over-60s to be enshrined in law

Scottish Labour is calling for free bus travel to be protected by law for people aged over 60.

Hearts Steven Naismith in action against Raith's David McKay. Pic: SNS/Paul Devlin

Six things we learned from Raith Rovers 1 - 1 Hearts

Andy Harrow looks back on Hearts’ draw with Raith Rovers in the Betfred Cup.

John Souttar scores Hearts' final penalty against Raith Rovers at Bayview

Raith Rovers 1-1 Hearts: Jambos win 4-2 on penalties after poor Betfred Cup display

League One Raith Rovers sprang a Betfred Cup surprise by holding Premiership Hearts to a draw before losing the subsequent penalty shootout 4-2.
Stonehaven's Sam Locke tees off at the 14th on his way to a one-under 70 in the third round at Carnoustie. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Silver Medal winner Sam Locke vows to ‘keep kicking on’ in The Open

Sam Locke is determined to “keep kicking on” after continuing to enjoy a dream debut in the 147th Open Championship at Carnoustie.

Gaucho on St Andrew Square could still be saved after its parent company went into administration

Stephen Jardine: I was wrong about the future of restaurants

Chain restaurants, not local ones, have been feeling most of the heat, writes Stephen Jardine.


Asda truck crashes into front of house in East Lothian

An Asda lorry has crashed into a home in East Lothian.

Craig Levein

Craig Levein hopes sanction doesn’t ruin Betfred Cup run

Craig Levein is hopeful that any punishment imposed on Hearts for fielding an ineligible player against Cove Rangers won’t leave them facing elimination from the Betfred Cup.

Smart meters make minimal savings say MPs

Smart meters to save households only £11 a year say MPs

The roll-out of smart meters is at risk of going over budget and past its deadline and must be reviewed immediately, a group of MPs and peers has said.

Review: Bananarama excel in first ever outdoor gig at Edinburgh Castle

Review: Bananarama excel in first ever outdoor gig at Edinburgh Castle

For their first ever outdoor gig, Bananarama could scarcely have chosen a more glorious setting.

Grace Reid competes in the women's 3m springboard at Royal Commonwealth Pool during the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. Picture: Quinn Rooney/Getty Images

Interview: Diver Grace Reid pondered quitting at 14 to be ‘normal’

The rules are embedded in a generation’s consciousness like an especially stubborn verruca on a big toe but Grace Reid, brilliant diver, bonnie lass and definitely not of that generation, just laughs.

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The work on the crossing will continue. Picture: Jon Savage.

Work on the Queensferry Crossing to continue for another 18 months

Work on the Queensferry Crossing will not be completed until the end of next year, ministers have admitted.

Jessica Webb was stunned after her cards were cut up (Photo: Jessica Webb)

A woman lost her purse in Aldi and staff cut up all her bank and membership cards

A woman who left her purse in an Aldi store was reunited with it on the same day, but found her cards cut up due to “data protection”.

Lothian Recommends: The best dog groomers Edinburgh and beyond

Lothian Recommends: The best dog groomers Edinburgh and beyond

WHEN it comes to pampering pooches, the Lothians is top dog, it would seem.

Harvey Elms of Scotland is tackled by Samuel Oliech of Kenya during their men's round of 16 games at the Rugby Sevens World Cup in the AT&T Park at San Francisco, Picture; Getty

World Cup Report: Scotland Sevens 31 Kenya Sevens 26

Trailing 26-0 with just over four minutes of the 14 minute tie remaining, the Scots looked dead and buried in the straight knock-out tournament.

Snagging work on the Queensferry Crossing won't finish until next year

Queensferry Crossing snagging work won’t finish until end of 2019

Work on the Queensferry Crossing will not be completed until the end of next year, ministers have admitted.

Matthew and Stephanie Faulds with 10 week old Jasmina.  They are crowd funding a zero waste shop.

Eco Larder aiming to stock funds for Capital’s new zero-waste store

Green entrepreneurs have launched a crowd-funding appeal in order to set up what is believed to be the Capital’s first zero-waste store.

The Capital is to be a 'special case' for short lets. Pic: TSPL

City to lobby for cap on Airbnb properties

The city council will lobby the Scottish Government for a “licensing regime” to potentially cap the number of Airbnb properties in Edinburgh.

The security lanes at Edinburgh Airport. Picture: TSPL

Glasgow man ‘humiliated’ during body search at Edinburgh Airport

A GLASGOW businessman has made a police complaint about how he was made to feel “intimidated and humiliated” by security staff at Edinburgh Airport.

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