Hibernian's oldest supporter has died at the age of 106 - just months after seeing his club win the Scottish Cup.
Hibernian continued their 100 per cent start to the Scottish Championship season with a 2-0 victory over St Mirren.
Gordon Strachan has left Hull City midfielder Shaun Maloney out of his Scotland squad for next month's World Cup qualifier in Malta.
The new Oriam sports complex in Edinburgh has been delivered on time and within budget ahead of its official opening on Monday.
Hibernian have completed the signing of forward Brian Graham on a two-year contract from Ross County.
Andrew Shinnie has joined Hibernian on a season-long loan deal from Birmingham.
Hibernian defeated Dunfermline 2-1 at Easter Road to make it two wins from two in the Scottish Championship.
Rochdale have signed Irish goalkeeper Conrad Logan on a six-month deal.
Jason Cummings scored twice as Scottish Championship favourites Hibernian won 2-1 at Falkirk.
Hibernian have rejected a £1m bid from League One side Peterborough for striker Jason Cummings, Sky sources understand.
Hibernian head coach Neil Lennon plans to "vigorously" challenge the five-game ban he has been served with by UEFA.
Rangers have demanded "urgent" talks with the SFA and the author of a report into the Scottish Cup final pitch invasion.
Hibernian have signed Israel international goalkeeper Ofir Marciano on a season-long loan deal.
Graham Stack says the lure of playing in front of 60,000 Kerala Blasters fans in the ISL was simply too good an opportunity to pass up.
The number of people arrested following crowd trouble at the Scottish Cup final between Hibernian and Rangers in May has risen to 58.
Neil Lennon has been issued with a five-match European touchline ban by UEFA after he was sent to the stand in Hibernian's recent loss to Brondby.
Celtic will start their Betfred Cup campaign at home to Motherwell, while Rangers were drawn to play Peterhead at Ibrox.
James Keatings' second-half blast earned Hibernian a 1-0 friendly win over Birmingham City at Easter Road on Sunday.
A 50-year-old football fan from Glasgow has been jailed for the disorder that followed the Scottish Cup final in May.
Hibernian boss Neil Lennon says his side deserved more following a heartbreaking Europa League exit against Brondby.