Kari Arnason last night completed his return to Aberdeen when he joined the Dons on a one-year deal.
Jim McIntyre is delighted with Ross County's progress, despite their Spanish tour closing with a 2-1 defeat by French club Valenciennes last night.
Aberdeen's new signing Greg Stewart believes Dons manager Derek McInnes was right to avoid the crazy world of the English Championship.
Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock has criticised Aberdeen after conceding defeat in his pursuit of Dons midfielder Jonny Hayes.
Kenny Cameron last night stood down as chairman of Caley Thistle and as a director of the inverness club.
Forres Mechanics secured three Highland League points, with centre back Graham Fraser the home hero with a well-taken hat-trick.
Buckie bounced back from their midweek defeat at Huntly in devastating fashion as they blitzed neighbours Keith with a six-goal Highland League salvo.
Andy Hunter was the man of the moment with all four Inverurie goals as Locos took the Highland League points against Fort William on Saturday.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally tried to take the positives from his team's draw against Airdrie, which left the Blue Toon in the relegation play-off zone.
Peterhead captain Simon Ferry was furious Airdrie's equalising goal was allowed to stand after the teams shared the League 1 honours at Balmoor on Saturday.
James McLaren's first senior hat-trick helped Deveronvale cruise to a 5-1 Highland League victory against Clach at Princess Royal Park on Saturday.
Rothes came away with a well-deserved Highland League point from their long trip north to play Wick Academy.
A Wayne Mackintosh winner saw Nairn County edge out Huntly in an eventful but ill-tempered Highland League match at Station Park.
Brora Rangers breezed through to the second round of the Menzies Distribution North of Scotland Cup with a resounding victory against North Caledonian League team St Duthus.
Formartine United claimed the Highland League points against Fraserburgh to make it a successful Bellslea dress rehearsal for them before this weekend's Highland League Cup final at the same ground.
Aberdeen's lead on Rangers is now 10 points but defender Andy Considine insists there is no room for complacency in the race to finish best of the rest in the Scottish Premiership.
Peterhead defender Craig Reid is hoping to use his experience to help the Blue Toon climb the League 1 table and escape a relegation dogfight.
Lossiemouth and Nairn County shared the honours in an uninspiring Highland League contest at Grant Park on Saturday.
Calum Dingwall's first-half strike gave Formartine their third single-goal victory in eight days, keeping their four-month unbeaten Highland League run intact and their slender title hopes alive.
Huntly produced their biggest win of the season with a 5-1 Highland League victory against Fort William.
Ross County forward Alex Schalk was left wondering what could have been after being convinced he should have won a penalty in Saturday's 1-1 Premiership draw against Caley Thistle.
Cove Rangers manager John Sheran reckons his players always believed they would get the win as they left it late to beat Rothes on Saturday.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally praised his players' spirit for grinding out a point against Albion Rovers on a difficult playing surface.
Fraserburgh cemented their fifth spot in the Highland League with a sizzling second-half display that ended with them hitting hosts Keith with a six-goal salvo.
Brora Rangers kept the pressure on Highland League leaders Buckie Thistle thanks to a clinical victory against Clachnacuddin at Grant Street Park on Saturday.
Forres Mechanics, beaten 4-3 by Inverurie in midweek, grabbed the Highland League points against Turriff United on Saturday after their second seven-goal thriller of the week.
Andy Hunter scored four goals as a strong second-half showing saw Inverurie Locos beat Strathspey in their Highland League match at Seafield Park.
John McLeod's 40th goal of the season could turn out to be a priceless one in Buckie Thistle's Press and Journal Highland League title quest.
Aberdeen midfielder Kenny McLean has told Rangers they will have to produce something special to catch his side in the race for second place.
Caberfeidh full back Ryan Simmonds has sustained a knee problem which will keep him out for a month, starting with tomorrow's home National Division game with Fort William.
Inverness-born Rory Franssen is celebrating after being chosen as the lone Scot in a 10-man Europe team to face its US counterparts in the Arnold Palmer Cup at Atlanta Athletic Club, Georgia, in June.
Aberdeen assistant manager Tony Docherty will assist the Scotland national team for this month's games against Canada and Slovenia.