A Conservative MP who says she feels like the most “abused politician in the country” has called on her own prime minister to moderate his language and tone of debate. Writing exclusively for The Courier, Westminster Angus representative Kirstene Hair criticises the abuse MPs on all sides are receiving.
An 82-year-old woman missed hitting a high-speed train by 16 seconds after ignoring a red light and smashing through a level crossing barrier.
A prolific thief who stole more than £80,000 of books from three university libraries, which he sold on to online book stores, has been jailed for 25 months.
A Perth schoolboy who was confronted and injured in a row over an Irn-Bru bottle had no idea his attacker had previously been jailed for 63 months for knifing two loyalists.
“The first time you go in it’s mad. You think they’re all going to start stabbing each other but it’s not like that at all.”
A woman who turned up at a friend’s home late at night dressed in her pyjamas claimed she had just been raped, a jury heard yesterday.
John Bullough, chairman of Perth City Development Board, writes for The Courier on why he believes the Stone of Destiny belongs in the Fair City.
A pair of men who carried out a violent attack on a doorman at a Fife nightclub have been given jail sentences.
Prosecutors are seeking to recover money from a man who has pleaded guilty to a “very serious” series of thefts from university libraries.
Hundreds of hens are ready to start a free-range retirement in Scotland as much-loved pets – but only if homes can be found for them by the end of next week.