Caley Thistle have been handed a home draw against League 1 side Clyde in the quarter finals of the Tunnock's Caramel Wafer Challenge Cup.
Partick Thistle have sacked manager Gary Caldwell following the club's poor start to the season.
Former Rangers midfielder Fernando Ricksen has died at the age of 43.
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The big guns of Scottish football all have a spring in their step as we approach the start of the SPFL season.
Cove Rangers midfielder Connor Scully says there will be no one prouder than him when the Highland League champions kick off their first match as an SPFL club.
Holders Ross County will begin their defence of the newly-rebranded Tunnock's Caramel Wafer Challenge Cup when their colts team travel to Fraserburgh in the opening round.
Formartine United, Fraserburgh and Brora Rangers will represent the Highland League when the draw for the first and second round of the Challenge Cup is made today.
Cove Rangers co-manager Graeme Mathieson hopes his club’s new SPFL status will lead to it receiving a helping hand from city neighbours Aberdeen.
Ryan Strachan believes Cove Rangers can break into League 2's top four next season.
Helping out at Cove Rangers has given Paul Hartley the coaching bug again.
If Cove Rangers can finish the job in Berwick today, they will follow in the footsteps of an illustrious band of clubs who have flourished in Scottish league football.
Caley Thistle forward Jordan White is aiming to turn the Tannadice crowd on Dundee United's back in tonight's decisive Premiership play-off second leg.
Cove Rangers captain Eric Watson is preparing for an emotional farewell to his 12-year spell at the Highland League club.
Dundee United striker Nicky Clark is wary of Caley Thistle's fine away record ahead of tomorrow's Premiership play-off semi final second leg at Tannadice.
Caley Thistle manager John Robertson insists Tuesday's first leg defeat to Dundee United has done nothing to quell his belief Inverness can triumph in their Premiership semi final tie.
Caley Thistle midfielder Aaron Doran has warned Dundee United his side is intent on turning their Premiership play-off semi final tie on its head at Tannadice tomorrow.
Forward Ryan Dow has left Peterhead to join Championship side Dunfermline on a one-year deal.
Caley Thistle manager John Robertson is hopeful his side's momentum can counteract Dundee United's freshness in tonight's Premiership play-off semi final at Caledonian Stadium.
Aberdeen goalkeeper Tomas Cerny has signed a 12-month contract extension to remain at Pittodrie next season.
Caley Thistle have signed forward James Keatings on a pre-contract.
Dundee have parted company with manager Jim McIntyre and his assistant Jimmy Boyle after the club’s relegation to the Scottish Championship.
Caley Thistle assistant manager Scott Kellacher hopes Inverness are starting to develop Ross County’s Championship title-winning traits in their own promotion bid.
Cove Rangers co-manager Graeme Mathieson hopes to finally fulfil his ambition of guiding the club into the SPFL.
Former Aberdeen midfielder Jamie Masson is confident he and his team-mates will hold their own in the SPFL – should Cove Rangers replace Berwick Rangers’ in League 2 next term.
Ross County will not offer defender Andy Boyle a permanent contract following his loan stint from English Championship side Preston North End.
Peterhead chairman Rodger Morrison claims SPFL member clubs have been left in the dark about mooted changes to the league structure.
Caley Thistle took command of their Premiership play-off quarter final tie against Ayr United after securing a 3-1 first leg victory at Somerset Park.
Caley Thistle manager John Robertson insists Inverness are now in knockout territory as they begin their quest for promotion to Premiership via the play-offs.
Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke was named manager of the year at the PFA Scotland end of season awards, while Celtic’s James Forrest scooped the player of the year accolade.
Caley Thistle secured third spot in the SPFL Championship thanks to Nathan Austin's first half strike at the Caledonian Stadium against Dunfermline.