Scottish football suffered its latest humiliation on the European scene on Thursday night when Kilmarnock crashed out of the Europa League to Welsh part-timers Connah’s Quay Nomads.
Pressure is mounting on Dundee City Council to fully explain why it turned down a Waterfront sculpture pitch from the artist behind The Kelpies.
Falkirk has been named the best neighbourhood for walking in Britain following a public vote.
Dundee boss James McPake wants to add another centre-back to his squad.
Will Vaulks was once paid 33p a week to play professional football but his dramatic rise on to the international stage could be about to see him rub shoulders with World Cup finalists Croatia.
Dundee are reportedly eyeing a move for Rangers striker Zak Rudden as James McPake begins his Dens revolution.
A man has been arrested after drugs worth a six-figure sum were seized by police.
Two men who died after a wall collapsed at a farm have been named by police.
Two men have died and two others were injured as a wall collapsed at a farm.
Several people are believed to have been hurt when a wall collapsed at a farm.
Falkirk enjoyed a 3-2 win over Ladbrokes Championship champions Ross Country but it was not enough to spare the Bairns relegation.
A man suffered serious injuries when he was attacked from behind by two men in balaclavas wielding a metal pole.
Rachid Bouhenna and Paul McMullan scored in the first half as Dundee United defeated Falkirk 2-0 to leave the Ladbrokes Championship’s bottom side on the verge of relegation.
There will be a handshake and maybe even a warm embrace but when the whistle goes at Tannadice today Calum Butcher knows his battle with old mate Paul Paton is likely to be as tough as any he faces in the Championship.
Sam Stanton and Osman Sow are set to return to action when Dundee United look to make it three wins on the bounce as Falkirk visit Tannadice tomorrow.
Being handed a bit-part role in the Championship relegation saga this weekend, and possibly next, can boost Dundee United’s promotion chances.
Dundee United defender Paul Watson says it’s vital the Tangerines “keep the foot down” in the final two matches of the season as they bid to hit the play-offs on top form.
Former Dundee United favourite Ray McKinnon is gearing up for what could be his biggest-ever game at Tannadice this week.
The last round of the competition saw the Tangerines have to battle with 10 men to secure an impressive 2-1 success at Premiership St Mirren after Calum Butcher was red carded on the hour mark.