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Thankfully, after a tense few hours, a fire official has said the 850-year-old structure will survive.
The Kilmarnock hitman reckons it's time for the bigwigs to stop hiding after another weekend of fan misbehaviour.
The Irishman is desperate for another strike option to go along with Odsonne Edouard.
The Hoops midfielder has spoken out for the first time after being rushed to hospital on Sunday.
The Ayrshire men headed to Hamilton in the Scottish Amateur Cup full of hope, but they were humbled by the Motherwell side.
It's Craig Levein vs Steven Gerrard on Saturday and here is all you need to know.
Social Security Secretary Shirley-Anne Somerville says there is not enough money left in the Scottish budget to reverse the two-child cap imposed by Westminster.
Cathedral officials say the entire building is likely to be destroyed.
The League 2 club remain four points behind leaders Peterhead after the appeal.
The Ibrox supremo has claimed the club are on the verge of becoming Scottish football's dominant force.
Detective Denise Brown was able to piece together Dzilva Butiene's tragic final hours before being brutally killed by Kestutis Bauzys.
Daniel Brown made no plea or declaration and was remanded in custody following the death of 25-year-old Daryl Nimmo in Ayrshire.
Sydney Cole is believed to be a pal of Sarah Ann Garrity, who is in a critical condition.
Dramatic pictures from the scene show the devastating impact of the blaze.
Archie and Jean Pratt celebrated 60 years of marriage last month.
The war of words between the 29-year-old and The Pricey shows no sign of slowing down after the latest pop against the former glamour model.
The Aberdeen midfielder was sent off for a two-footed lunge on Tom Rogic during Sunday's Scottish Cup semi-final at Hampden.
Flames can be seen coming out of the roof of the building in videos and photos shared on Twitter.
Summer Carson-Black may be only four months old but has spent half of her life in hospital
The Parkhead club are disappointed with sections of their own support as they called for action to be taken against all involved in offensive chanting.