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Scotland's Finn Russell is to leave Glasgow Warriors at the end of the season to take up a "once in a lifetime opportunity".
Hearts boss Craig Levein claims officials should have seen an offside and a handball prior to Partick Thistle's equaliser.
Kris Doolan scores the equaliser as Partick Thistle fight back to draw 1-1 and deny Hearts a winning return to Tynecastle.
Two men carrying weapons attempt to rob a Sainsbury's petrol station on Tom Johnston Road in Dundee.
Neil Findlay believes his former leader taking part in I'm A Celebrity is "utterly ludicrous".
The series of tweets from Skye Police are addressed to an unnamed woman on the island.
North Sea operators say including a technical change in the Budget could save the Treasury millions of pounds.
The 80-year-old died on Friday, three days after he was struck by a car on Dundee's Lochee High Street.
The alert was triggered by a radio call reporting a kayaker in distress on Saturday afternoon.
Full-back Stuart Hogg says Scotland proved they can compete with the world's best, despite a heartbreaking 22-17 loss to New Zealand.