First Minister Alex Salmond has insisted he will avoid promoting Scottish Independence for the duration of the Commonwealth Games, in a "self denying ordinance" to best aid his campaign.
Welsh boxer Fred Evans has been banned from competing at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow after having his accreditation refused.
Scottish medallists at the Commonwealth Games will earn a share of a £300,000 ($511,270/€379,423) funding pool made available by Commonwealth Games Scotland as part of its "Medallist Reward Scheme".
Reigning world and Commonwealth Games squash champion Nick Matthew has been handed the honour of carrying the Team England flag at tomorrow night's Glasgow 2014 Opening Ceremony following an announcement here at England House in Glasgow's Merchant City.
Exclusive: Trinidad and Tobago Olympic chief slams CGF for claiming they had "bungled" Glasgow 2014 entry
Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) President Brian Lewis has strongly criticised the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) for giving the impression that eight countries had "bungled and forgotten" to enter athletes for Glasgow 2014, but CGF officials have since refused to retract their claims.
Olympic silver medal-winning pistol shooter Vijay Kumar has been named as India's Flagbearer for tomorrow's Opening Ceremony here at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.
First Minister Alex Salmond officially opened Scotland House in Glasgow today and praised the iconic images of the country's athletes that adorn the venue.
Judo star Euan Burton has been announced as the Scottish Flagbearer for the Opening Ceremony of Glasgow 2014.
Up to half of the one million ticket holders for Glasgow 2014 still need to finalise or make travel plans for their events, with just two days until the Opening Ceremony here, a survey has indicated.
An "innovative, individual and inclusive" Opening Ceremony of the Commonwealth Games will be a party celebrating Glaswegian values but in a way that will have resonance for the rest of the world, head of ceremonies and creative director David Zolkwer promised here today.
Nearly 50 athletes have been given special permission to compete in the Commonwealth Games despite their countries missing last month's deadline for entries.
Scotland does not seek to dictate to fellow Commonwealth Games countries when it comes to rights for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community, claimed the Scottish Government's Minister for External Affairs and International Development, Humza Yousaf, here today.