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Football boots worn by Tommy Gemmell in Celtic’s 1967 European Cup final win have sold for £18,000 at auction.
Bosses at Rangers have lost the latest round of a long-running High Court fight over merchandise with Sports Direct owner Mike Ashley.
A Romanian man has been charged with the murder of a grandmother who was bludgeoned to death as she house-sat for friends.
A religious order has been accused of playing "pass the paedophile" by a former boarding school pupil.
Severe traffic jams are expected on popular routes as many school terms end and the busiest summer getaway for five years begins.
Historians have discovered the earliest known reference to a still for distilling Scotch whisky, suggesting its origins may lie in Aberdeen.
More than 75% of Scots believe people would understand how to use a deposit return scheme based on a variable fee, according to a survey.
Glasgow Life has launched volunteer recruitment for three major sporting events coming to the city.
An Edinburgh Festival play adapted and written by Syrian refugees living in Glasgow will go ahead despite funding fears.
A helicopter carrying a boat crashed into a loch, killing the pilot, after the lifting chain hit the aircraft’s tail rotor, a report has found.
The Scottish Government’s budget will be cut by more than £200 million next year to help compensate for an income tax take of £941 million less than forecast.