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Police confirm arrests made at Edinburgh 'white pride' protest

Police confirm arrests made at Edinburgh 'white pride' protest

Police have arrested 10 people after a fascist protest in Edinburgh.

7:03pm Saturday 25 March 2017

Missing Airdrie teen traced safe and well

Missing Airdrie teen traced safe and well

A Lanarkshire teenager who was reported missing has been traced, it has been confirmed by police.

6:44pm Saturday 25 March 2017

Police Scotland unveil their latest tactic to catch speeding motorists

The launch of the Police Scotland 2017 Motorcycle Safety Campaign, by Transport Minister Humza Yousaf, at the Riverside Museum..Transport Minister Humza Yousaf was accompanied by  Chief Superintendent Andy Edmonston, Head of Road Policing for Police Scotl

POLICE Scotland have unveiled their latest weapon for tackling speeding drivers.

5:04am Saturday 25 March 2017

Stuart Armstrong can handle Scotland heat after sizzling for Celtic says Kieran Tierney

23/03/17 . SCOTLAND TRAINING . MAR HALL - BISHOPTON. Scotland's Stuart Armstrong (left) and Kieran Tierney.

STUART ARMSTRONG has been backed to handle a win-or-bust Scotland debut by Celtic team-mate Kieran Tierney.

11:34pm Friday 24 March 2017

Celtic minded Scotland can flourish says Kieran Tierney

23/03/17 . MAR HALL . Scotland's Kieran Tierney.

11:56pm Friday 24 March 2017

Derek Johnstone: Slovenia showdown is make or break for Scotland and Gordon Strachan

Scotland manager Gordon Strachan

IF Scotland don’t beat Slovenia on Sunday, I think it is inevitable that the manager will go.

10:31pm Friday 24 March 2017

Gordon Strachan facing biggest decision of Scotland career over strike-force for Slovenia clash

Last chance: Gordon Strachan knows that Scotland's World Cup hopes are hanging by a thread ahead of Slovenia test.

Gordon Strachan admits he is facing the biggest decision of his Scotland reign over who should play up front for the national side against Slovenia, and he knows it could cost him his job if he gets it wrong.

10:31pm Friday 24 March 2017

Scott Mullen on Saturday: 19 years on and I can still taste buzz of chicken nugget Wednesday

John Collins is hailed by Gordon Durie (right) and Craig Burley after equalising for Scotland from the penalty spot against Brazil in 1998

Well, here we go again. Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more.

11:56pm Friday 24 March 2017

Taking charge - Lucy-Rose Walker's passion for helping people

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - JANUARY 30: Lucy-Rose Walker, CEO of Entrepreneurial Spark poses for a photograph on January 30, 2017 in Glasgow, Scotland.  Shot for a Herald Face to Face (Photo by Jamie Simpson/Herald & Times) - JS.

AT the Glasgow ‘hatchery’ – the hub for business start-ups created by Entrepreneurial Spark in 2011 – Lucy-Rose Walker is a force to be reckoned with.

5:02am Saturday 25 March 2017

Peaceful women’s safety march forced to cancel after ‘lack of support’ from council and police

The last march 2 years ago saw thousands turn out in Govanhill (Credit: Robert Perry)

Organisers of a peaceful women’s safety march in Glasgow’s Southside - which was to take place tonight - have announced “with a heavy heart” that the event has been cancelled.

1:54pm Saturday 25 March 2017
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