Callous Dundee postman searched children’s birthday cards for cash to steal

9 October 2015 3.42pm.

A Dundee postman who tore through birthday cards intended for children in a search for cash has been told he was guilty of a gross breach of the ...

Church of Scotland minister jailed for breaching court order

10 October 2015 8.16am.

A Church of Scotland minister has been jailed for a year at Forfar Sheriff Court.

Jeremy Corbyn warns Conservatives they will be judged on actions not words

Jeremy Corbyn has warned the Conservatives they will be judged on their actions and not their words as he branded his rivals' conference a "feast of ...

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Lib Dems edge out SNP in Loch Ness council poll battle

The Liberal Democrats narrowly defeated the SNP to take a Scottish council seat in their first victory at the ballot box north of the border since ...

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Scottish Secretary calls on Dundee to support would-be pilots

Support must be given to trainee pilots looking to learn their skills in Dundee, the Scottish Secretary has said.

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Controversial lottery changes coming into effect

Lotto players may want to update their lucky numbers as sweeping changes are taking effect this weekend.

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Two arrested in connection in Pc David Phillips murder probe

Two men have been arrested on suspicion of the murder of Pc David Phillips, who was mown down and killed by a driver in a stolen car, Merseyside ...

Ugly scenes outside Tory conference after thousands march against austerity

People arriving at the Tory party conference in Manchester were subjected to abusive chants as ugly scenes followed a largely peaceful march ...

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Teenager remanded on Pc Dave Phillips murder charge

A teenager has appeared in court accused of the murder of Pc Dave Phillips.

British troops set for Baltic mission in Nato deployment

Michael Fallon is to announce a "long-term" deployment of UK troops to the Baltic region.

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Two women held in probe into PC killed by stolen car

Two women have been arrested by detectives investigating the murder of Pc Dave Phillips, who was mown down and killed by a stolen car.

Greggs warns national living wage could mean dearer pasties and rolls

Baker Greggs warned the new national living wage will put pressure on the group to raise the prices of its pasties and sausage rolls.

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