Tottenham's long wait for a summer signing ended with the announcement of a move for Ajax defender Davinson Sanchez subject to a medical and the granting of a work permit.
Liverpool have rejected a third bid from Barcelona for wantaway playmaker Philippe Coutinho.
West Ham defender Winston Reid has signed a mammoth new six-year contract.
TV veteran Sir Bruce Forsyth has died today at the age of 89, his manager has said.
A second teenage boy has been arrested and charged in connection with a large suspicious fire at a bowling club in Fife.
Plans for a new community in the Highlands have been given a fresh seal of approval despite concerns raised over its impact on access rights in the Cairngorms National Park.
Hundreds of supporters of Kenya's opposition coalition have gathered around the supreme court building in Nairobi where lawyers are expected to file a petition contesting President Uhuru Kenyatta's re-election.
US president Donald Trump has approved a Pentagon plan to create an independent cyber command to beef up cyber war operations against Islamic State and other foes.
Rangers misfit Harry Forrester is on his way out of Ibrox after agreeing to join AFC Wimbledon on a season-long loan, Press Association Sport understands.
UEFA has announced the opening of disciplinary proceedings against Everton and Hajduk Split after their Europa League play-off on Thursday.
Officers who would have faced gross misconduct hearings over failures to investigate allegations about paedophile rocker Ian Watkins will face no action as they have retired, the Independent Police Complaints Commission said.
The food supply chain in the UK is "morally mad" with just 4% of surplus food saved from needless waste, volunteers told Jeremy Corbyn on his tour of marginal constituencies.
Two people have been killed and six others were injured in a stabbing incident in the western Finnish city of Turku, police said.
International rights groups have urged Yemen's Shia rebels to free a prominent activist who used social media to document the war which has ravaged the impoverished Arab nation.
Becky James came close to giving up long before announcing her retirement aged 25.
A new website providing traffic updates for the Forth bridges is also aimed at boosting tourism.
Kilmarnock boss Lee McCulloch does not buy the theory that Celtic's impending Champions League windfall spells trouble for the rest of Scottish football - because they are already miles out in front.
Lewis Stevenson is looking for Hibernian to improve on last week's fine performance against Rangers when Hamilton visit Easter Road on Saturday.
Police in Finland have shot a man in the leg after several people were stabbed in the western city of Turku.
Hamilton midfielder Ali Crawford is confident he can recreate the greatest day of his career and upset the odds at Easter Road again.