Livingston have loaned striker Lars Lokotsch to Scottish Championship leaders Raith Rovers until mid-January.
Dunfermline sit second in the Scottish Championship after a hat-trick from substitute Kevin O’Hara powered them to a 4-1 victory over Alloa.
Nikolay Todorov rescued a point for Inverness from a 1-1 draw with Ayr in the Scottish Championship.
Jonathan Afolabi scored the only goal as Dundee edged out Morton 1-0 to claim their first win of the Scottish Championship season.
Manny Duku scored twice as Raith Rovers claimed a 5-2 Championship victory at Queen of the South.
Craig Wighton continued his promising start to the season with the only goal as Hearts won 1-0 at Arbroath.
Adrian Otaegui carded a blistering final round of 63 to win the Scottish Championship title ahead of a chasing pack dominated by British talent at Fairmont St Andrews.
Matt Wallace revealed his mind was not even on playing good golf as he carded an excellent bogey-free 66 to take control after three days of the Scottish Championship.
Dunfermline came from behind to beat Inverness 3-1 in their Scottish Championship opener at East End Park.
Raith Rovers made a winning start to life in the Scottish Championship by beating Arbroath 3-0 at Stark’s Park.
Morton launched their Scottish Championship campaign with a 1-0 home win against Alloa as both sides ended the game with 10 men.
Defender Michael Miller scored twice as Ayr opened their Scottish Championship campaign with a 2-1 win over Queen of South, as both sides finished with 10 men at Somerset Park.
Hearts thrashed Scottish Championship rivals Dundee 6-2 in their bid for an immediate return to the top flight.
Aaron Hickey has finally completed his protracted move from Hearts to Bologna with the Serie A side announcing the deal with a video featuring the Loch Ness Monster.
Dundee have signed boyhood fan Charlie Adam on a two-year contract.
Hearts and Scotland defender John Souttar is facing further surgery after snapping his Achilles tendon again.
Hearts and Scotland defender John Souttar has suffered another injury blow.
Aberdeen and Celtic face disciplinary action in addition to their respective players who broke coronavirus protocols.