Emergency operators in Dundee will receive 999 calls in portable buildings for five months, the fire service has revealed.
The global standing of Scotland’s universities is “seriously threatened” as teaching and research budgets are slashed, says Dundee’s principal.
John Swinney has joined his boss Nicola Sturgeon in backing The Courier’s bid to protect schoolchildren from caffeine-supercharged drinks.
A slump in house sales in the run-up to the EU vote is mirroring the uncertainty created during the Scottish independence campaign, says an estate agent.
Schools face disruption after a minority of members from Scotland’s biggest teachers’ union voted in favour of industrial action.
Armed police officer numbers are going up by a third despite there being no specific threat to Scotland.
The newspaper industry in Scotland contributes about £1bn a year to the country’s economy, a report has found.
Ruth Davidson said the SNP’s pursuit of independence has been “utterly shredded” by the loss of their majority as she promised an offensive on the party’s “bad laws”.
Foodbank dependency has skyrocketed in Tayside and Fife as reliance on the handouts hits record levels in Scotland, says a charity.