Scottish League One leaders Rangers claim their 20th successive competitive win by beating Ayr United at Ibrox.
Chairman David Somers defends the current board after criticism from a group trying to gain control of Rangers.
Nicky Clark scores four goals as Scottish League One leaders Rangers hammer Forfar Athletic at Ibrox.
Holders Celtic host Aberdeen as Hibernian face Raith Rovers after the draw for the Scottish Cup fifth round.
Rangers are "extremely disappointed" after a flare is thrown onto the pitch during their match at Falkirk Stadium.
Two stoppage-time goals take Rangers into the fifth round of the Scottish Cup with victory over 10-man Falkirk.
Live text commentary as Rangers beat 10-man Falkirk in the first of 13 Scottish Cup fourth-round ties.
Bus tycoon and Rangers director Sandy Easdale increases his shareholding in the League One football club.
Rangers midfielder Kyle Hutton suffers a broken leg not long after a 10-week absence with an ankle injury.
Rangers beat Arbroath 3-0 to extend their League One lead to 11 points and maintain their perfect record.
Live text commentary as Arbroath lose 3-0 and Rangers extend their League One lead to 11 points.
Scottish FA president Campbell Ogilvie is saddened by "an apparent erosion of mutual respect" between Celtic and Rangers.
Rangers announce that they have made acting chairman David Somers' role at the League One club permanent.
Rangers' biggest shareholder tells BBC Scotland it will back the current board at next month's annual meeting.
Isle of Man-based hedge fund Laxey Partners becomes the largest shareholder in Rangers after a £1.3m deal.
The Scottish Professional Football League board considers pursuing Rangers for a £250,000 fine.
Rangers appoint former Manchester City director Graham Wallace as their new chief executive officer.
Rangers will complain to Scotland's football authorities over a comment about the Ibrox club from Celtic's Peter Lawwell.
Former Rangers stars Maurice Edu and Kyle Bartley tell a court they were "intimidated" and "shocked" by racist tweets they received.
Rangers appoint 47-year-old investment banker Norman Crighton as an independent non-executive director.
Features & Analysis
The men who run Ibrox have made an unforced blunder about fund-raising, when they can ill afford one.
There's no imminent financial danger at Ibrox, but if the club doesn't get its spending down, it's likely to need a new round of funding before it gets back to Scottish football's top flight.
Rob Maclean is impressed by the leadership and versatility shown by Rangers skipper Lee McCulloch
A rundown of the summer 2013 transfer window movements in Scottish League One
BBC Scotland's Rob Maclean is impressed by Hearts' youngsters and a midfielder in League One
BBC Scotland's Clive Lindsay examines Scottish League One favourites Rangers' summer signing policy
A selection of the best quotes from Rangers' departing chief executive Charles Green
Celtic and Rangers help to launch a football initiative for communities in Glasgow Airport's flight path
Rangers, Manchester United and Northern Ireland legend Jimmy Nicholl picks his perfect XI
The new bosses at Ibrox are still some way from aligning income with expenditure, but at least they've made a start. At Tynecastle, they're yet to do so