The Herald's golf correspondent, Douglas Lowe, has died. He was aged 59 and had been ill since December. He died of a brain tumour.
With the paper since 1977, he was initially a news reporter before going on to become a news sub-editor and then a sports sub-editor.
He had been the paper's golf correspondent for the last eight years.
Details of his funeral have yet to be announced. He died yesterday.
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“When I started as a junior, wet-behind-the-ears sports sub on The Herald, Dougie was given the responsibility of showing me the ropes. He did so with humour and not a little patience. Gone far too young, he was genuinely one of the good guys and he’ll be sorely missed.” Stephen Penman, Head of Corporate Communications, North Lanarkshire Council