An aircraft engineer who worked on the helicopter which crashed into a pub was not aware of an information notice about problems with fuel indicators, an inquiry has heard.
A Hearts fan will miss the Scottish Cup Final after trying to sneak a smoke bomb into Hampden Park.
Mark Ridgers has already tasted Scottish Cup glory, but only from the fringes of the action.
The pilot of a police helicopter that crashed into a pub and killed 10 people should have made an emergency call “long before” before the final stages of the flight, according to an expert.
The pilot of a police helicopter that crashed and killed 10 people received numerous low-fuel warnings, a fatal accident inquiry (FAI) has heard.
Moving tributes from relatives of the victims of a police helicopter crash have been heard on the first day of a fatal accident inquiry (FAI).
A fatal accident inquiry (FAI) into a police helicopter crash that claimed the lives of 10 people has opened.
The fatal accident inquiry into a police helicopter crash which claimed 10 lives will open on Monday.
Personal statements about some of those who died when a police helicopter crashed into a pub will be read out as a “moving and fitting tribute” to them at the start of the inquiry.
Aberdeen Central MSP Kevin Stewart has written to ScotRail asking for additional train services to the Granite City to cater for fans attending the Euro 2020 qualifiers.
Scotland defender Scott McKenna knows it is all or nothing against Israel tonight.
Israel head coach Andi Herzog is determined to defy history by avoiding defeat against Scotland tonight to claim top spot in their UEFA Nations League section.
Strong characters are formed from adversity and Scotland manager Alex McLeish feels his players have shown impressive resilience ahead of tonight’s decisive UEFA Nations League match against Israel.
Their bottle has been questioned but when it mattered most Aberdeen delivered as they edged a pulsating Betfred Cup semi-final against Rangers at Hampden.
ScotRail has been urged to provide more trains for Dons supporters travelling to an upcoming cup tie - after the network suggested they avoid the railway because it might be too busy.
Aberdeen's Betfred Cup semi-final against Rangers could be changed after the SPFL announced a rethink on the arrangements for October 28.
A former international footballer has revealed how he was given a “secret spying mission” to look at replacing Scotland’s national stadium some 44 years ago.
Former Scotland manager Craig Brown is delighted Hampden will remain the home of Scottish football but believes the National Stadium should not host every international.
Scotland debutant John Souttar admitted he faced the biggest test of his career last night in the 4-0 defeat to Belgium at Hampden Park.
Scotland suffered their heaviest home defeat in 45 years with a masterclass from Belgium inflicting a 4-0 defeat on Alex McLeish's side.
Billy Dodds hopes Scotland can better his bittersweet memories of facing Belgium when the two sides meet tonight.
Former Scotland manager Craig Brown backs Hampden redeveloped as the best option for Scottish football
Former Scotland manager Craig Brown believes retaining Hampden as the national stadium would be a positive – if significant upgrades are made.
Eight years after helping Ross County to one of their most famous victories, we ask where the Staggies stars of 2010 are now.
Alex McLeish's second stint as Scotland manager got off to an underwhelming start with a 1-0 home defeat to Costa Rica.
Getting to Hampden Park remains as big a motivation as ever for Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes.
Aberdeen goalkeeper Joe Lewis is determined to bring home a Scottish Cup winner's medal for his father, who will be watching on in pride but not person tomorrow when the Dons take on Celtic at Hampden Park tomorrow.
Aberdeen fans travelling to the team's Scottish Cup final clash with Celtic have been given a boost, with extra train carriages laid on for the big day at Hampden.
A 10-year-old boy was left with three teeth missing after he was hit by a bottle on his way to yesterday's Old Firm match.
Rock legends AC/DC are coming back to Scotland next year, and intend making a triumphant return to Glasgow’s Hampden Park on Sunday, June 28, to celebrate the release of their new album, Rock or Bust. The highly anticipated album was released earlier this month and is the band's 50th internationally released studio album.