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Organisers of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games have unveiled the countdown of events. The art programme will `touch every corner of Scotland` and celebrate the nation`s `great cultural heritage` to complement the sporting spectacle.
Murray was installed as chairman at Ibrox when Charles Green's consortium purchased the club's assets for £5.5m in June last year. The pension fund manager survived several attempts to oust him from his position during a turbulent 12 months. And
The United States has a wider variety of popular professional sports than Europe. So it's no surprise that many children in the U.S. do not choose soccer as their main sport as early as their European counterparts. Auburn-based soccer club Rangers
Suggested Topics Walter Smith has been appointed non-executive chairman of the Rangers board, the club today confirmed in a statement to the Stock Exchange. The former Rangers manager succeeds Malcolm Murray, who agreed to step down from the role.
Glasgow The operators of Scotland's new 12,000-seat entertainment arena have said the venue will open on time despite reports that it was months behind schedule...Newspaper reports said pop concerts could be cancelled over legal wrangles with the
Maybe it was once that way but as the cab driver says, things have changed...It's there in the thriving music venues, in the world-class art galleries, in the modern design spaces and the unpretentious, innovative food scene...Photo: Alamy Most of
Suggested Topics Rangers chief executive Charles Green faces a Scottish Football Association charge over alleged racist comments, the SFA has confirmed. The Yorkshireman is charged with breaking Disciplinary Rule 66 and Disciplinary Rule 71 which
Craig Whyte prepared to go to court over assets BBC Scotland has learned the former owner of Rangers is threatening to go to court to prove he still owns the club's assets. Craig Whyte led the club into administration and liquidation last year before
Edinburgh International Festival programme mixes old and new Leonardo da Vinci's work will be combined with modern technology A mix of old and new will take centre stage at this year's Edinburgh International Festival. The programme for the event has
21 February 2013 Huddled over his pride and joy, his is the face of the perfectionist. Using the steadiest of hands, Dave Patterson applies the deft finishing touch to his model carriage. His addition may not have been noticeable to the crowds who