“You’ve always got to be positive”: Ikechi Anya says confidence is the key to Scotland’s World Cup dream staying alive
EVERYONE knows what Vikings were like, with their long hair, horned helmets, big axes and pillaging ways.
Scotland’s dirty money: Campaigners say time is right to admit vast fortunes built on slavery helped build our cities
THE buildings might be landmarks, the street names may be famous, but the legacy of the slave trade remains – according to campaigners – Scotland’s guilty secret.
JOE Jordan was just 21 when he scored the goal against Czechoslovakia that took Scotland to the 1974 World Cup Finals.
ARCHAEOLOGIST, TV presenter and author Neil Oliver is poised to take on the role of President of the National Trust for Scotland on Saturday 30th September.
TAXI firm Uber will be spared a review into its operational licences in Scotland as London transport bosses announced the company would not have its permission to work in the city renewed.
THE University of Glasgow has been named Scottish University of the Year by an annual guide.
DO you have a good luck ritual when you buy a lottery ticket?