From Doctor Who becoming a woman to recognition of non-binary status in wider society, gender perceptions are changing. But is it fair, or has political correctness gone mad? Michael Alexander reports
The father of a Fife man who lost his life to knife crime six years ago has expressed anger at the “sub standard” response he has received from Justice Secretary Michael Matheson as he seeks justice for his son.
The chief executive of Oil & Gas UK (OGUK) Deirdre Michie has challenged companies to prove cynics wrong by showing they have learned the lessons of the downturn.
Brexit uncertainty poses a serious threat to Scotland’s £5 billion digital technologies sector and its ability to recruit and retain staff, according to a trade body report published on Monday.
Gay marriage is back in the news as the Scottish Episcopal Church prepares to debate whether to allow same sex marriage in its churches - possibly making it the first to do so in the UK. Michael Alexander reports.
A stalwart campaigner for victims of historical institutional abuse in Northern Ireland has given her “100% support” to a man who says he was abused whilst in the care of a former residential children’s home in Fife.
The father of a Fife man who lost his life to knife crime six years ago this weekend says he has “lost faith” in the criminal justice system.
A man who claims he was trafficked to Ireland and drugged and raped by multiple men whilst in the care of a former residential home in Fife is to hold a vigil in Edinburgh on the opening day of the Scottish child abuse inquiry.
Courier Country businesses were amongst the 25 winners at the prestigious Scotland Food & Drink Excellence Awards 2017 on Thursday night.
Tennents owners C&C has posted a pre-tax loss of €62.9 million after Scotland’s thirst for its drinks took a hit.