Allan Johnston hopes his Dunfermline side can fire themselves back into the promotion chase when they take on St Mirren on Saturday.
A mother whose four children were killed in a house fire begged to be moved to a safe house earlier that week, their family said.
A homeless man who stood guard by an open car to make sure a handbag and money was not stolen has been overwhelmed by a campaign that has now seen more than £8,000 raised for him.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has defended his player rotation and scoffed at any suggestion the club are “back in the dark days”.
AC Milan’s application for a voluntary agreement to restructure their finances has been rejected by UEFA’s independent Club Financial Control Body.
Bargain Booze owner Conviviality has saved 1,100 jobs after buying more than 100 convenience stores in a £25 million deal following the collapse of wholesaler Palmer & Harvey (P&H).
Ross County manager Owen Coyle admits he always knew his Dingwall project would be a long-term assignment.
Dundee manager Neil McCann admits he will only know if his stark analysis of his players resonated when they kick-off against Partick Thistle on Saturday.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is impressed by Hibernian and expects them to be their latest challengers for second place in the Ladbrokes Premiership.
Hamilton boss Martin Canning insists performance often bears no relation to results in the cut and thrust of the Ladbrokes Premiership.
Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane has shrugged off criticism of Karim Benzema ahead of Saturday’s FIFA Club World Cup final and says he will defend his striker “to the death”.
Runners in the final race at Cheltenham on Friday were joined by a four-legged friend of another variety after a dog escaped on to the track.
North-east farmers’ co-operative ANM Group honoured the long service of six members of staff at its directors’ Christmas lunch.
A man has appeared in court accused of breaking the chain on a ceremonial jacket of a House of Lords doorkeeper and punching him in the face.
Harvest 2017 has been branded “difficult and costly for most” despite figures suggesting 4% more cereals were grown this year.
The Scottish Government has decided to postpone plans to change, and subsequently reduce the budget, of the Less Favoured Area Support Scheme (LFASS).
The pound slid on Friday as investors worried about the prospects of a swift Brexit trade deal after EU leaders suggested the second phase of negations would be “tougher” than the first.
Private equity firm KKR has emerged victorious in a three-way battle for Unilever’s spreads business, striking a 6.8 billion euro (£6 billion) deal to buy the under-performing operation in charge of Flora and I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter.
Michael O'Neill has warned the Scottish Football Association they may struggle to prise him away from the Northern Ireland job.
A two-car crash has happened on a busy north-east road. The collision occurred on the A944 Aberdeen to Alford road, just outside Dunecht at about 4.30pm. No one has been injured and both cars have not been damaged. Police say the surface of the road is treacherous due to the icy conditions.