Health campaigners are calling on the Government to fix a “clear timetable” for outlawing alcohol sponsorship in the sports and music industry.
Caley Thistle were below par in losing to Dunfermline and missing a chance to further cement a place in the Championship play-off places.
It seems it is not just the Aberdeen fans who are tipping their star striker Sam Cosgrove to win the Ballon d’Or.
Moray MP Douglas Ross has pledged his support for a new campaign that is encouraging more women to get involved in football.
Gothenburg Great John McMaster feels Aberdeen have to bridge the gap to Celtic and start winning trophies.
A fresh search for the plane that was carrying missing Cardiff City footballer Emiliano Sala is set to begin this morning.
A privately-funded search for the plane that was carrying missing Cardiff City footballer Emiliano Sala is set to begin on Sunday morning.
An Aberdeen man has seen huge success with his debut fitness book.
This was a highly satisfying afternoon for Ross County as they sent last season’s Scottish Cup finalists crashing out of the competition on their own turf.
Aberdeen were left with faces as red as their shirts after being held by Stenhousemuir at Pittodrie in the Scottish Cup.
In line with Aberdeenshire Council’s New Year drive to improve sports provision in the region, councillors yesterday gave two north-east communities a seasonal boost.
The words “Thank You Andy Murray” were emblazoned on the big screens at the Australian Open on Monday.
Andy Murray has lost the opening two sets of his first-round match at the Australian Open — in what could be his last ever appearance as a professional player.
New Year, same old story.
The walking netball trial sessions that took place in Keith last year have been so successful that they will continue in 2019.
Registration for one of Speyside's premier sporting events has now opened, with locals and visitors from around the world invited to take part.
The number of Scottish women participating in sports has risen by 24% over the last four years, analysis has indicated.
A swimming programme backed by Commonwealth champion Duncan Scott has helped thousands of children into the pool.
There has never been a time when Kirsty Deans wasn’t in love with sport, from the days when she dragged her father, Kenny and sister, Lindsay, out for games at their Kingussie home.
It’s a time for merriment and celebrations – and plenty of sports stars seem to agree.
Elgin featherweight MMA fighter Aidan Stephen is aiming for more success in the new year following his winning Cage Warriors debut last weekend.
Any year which ends in an odd number automatically means there is no World Cup or European Championships in football or Olympics or Commonwealth Games in the wider sporting spectrum.
Jamie Williams has an infectious smile – you can’t help but beam back as he makes a cheeky quip.
An Inverness Caledonian Thistle player narrowly avoided a driving ban yesterday over a speeding offence.
A former Inverness Caledonian Thistle player convicted of a road rage attack on a female friend after she accidentally crashed into his car has been jailed for nine months.
More than 5,000 spectators at a basketball game in Strasbourg sang together in tribute to victims of a shooting in the city that killed three people.
Cove Rangers will be in Thursday’s Highland League Cup semi-final draw after comfortably defeating Huntly 5-0 at Balmoral Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Ross County squandered the opportunity to reclaim top spot in the Championship on a frustrating afternoon as they relinquished the lead against Queen of the South.
Reality bit hard for the Dons as St Johstone completed a dramatic smash-and-grab to claim all three points at Pittodrie.
Trip to Ayr United all the more vital after Queen of the South draw, says Ross County winger Josh Mullin
Ross County winger Josh Mullin feels squandering the opportunity to return to the top of the Championship makes Saturday’s trip to leaders Ayr United all the more vital.
Thousands of teddy bears and other soft toys were thrown onto an ice rink during a Hershey Bears hockey match, to be donated to local charities.
The head of the north-east rugby referees organisation has sent a letter to clubs in the region, voicing concern at increasing abuse of whistlers from a “wide cross-section” of people on and off the pitch.