A bid by killer Neil Cumming to sue Tayside Health Board over claims he would not have stabbed his wife to death but for the negligence of a psychiatrist in failing to get him admitted to hospital the day before the fatal attack has returned to court.
Scottish Power has admitted serious breaches of health and safety legislation which resulted in a horrific accident at Longannet Power Station.
Author Val McDermid has taken a cheeky swipe at the former manager of her beloved Raith Rovers while offering Dundee United a piece of managerial advice.
A hero racing driver who lost both legs in a bomb blast has reached out to a talented teenager who has had his lower limbs amputated following a racing crash.
A sheriff has praised the quick actions of two men who saved the life of their friend after a vicious street stabbing.
A woman wept in court as she described being raped as she lay in bed with her baby girl.
Protected seals will return to areas populated by offshore windfarms, a new study has found.
Preparing for an 81-mile cycle race through Highland Perthshire whilst working 100 miles north east of Shetland on a North Sea oil platform might seem like an uphill struggle.
A Fife man facing a series of rape and sexual assault allegations against five women has been branded a “complete monster”.
Work on a £2 billion wind farm off the Fife coast will begin next year after the courts threw out a last ditch attempt to scupper the project.