A heavily intoxicated man who tried to murder a stranger asked his victim “do you want stabbed?” moments before plunging a knife into his chest, a court has heard.
St Johnstone’s poet-in-residence Jim Mackintosh is well-versed in The Beautiful Game.
It’s another opening, another show (sorry, wrong show) as the curtain goes up on the latest summer season at the Theatre in the Hills – and it’s another musical blockbuster, writes Peter Cargill.
My friend’s head was “kicked like a football”, ex-Dundee United and St Johnstone star tells murder trial
Former Dundee United and St Johnstone player Danny Swanson has told a murder trial that his friend’s head was “kicked like a football” as he lay motionless on the ground.
A man who sent a girl into a dark tunnel leading to a trapdoor into a Perthshire church so he could get inside to ransack it has been jailed.
An afternoon of entertainment and competitions at Aberfeldy Show on Saturday followed the judging of livestock at the Atholl and Breadalbane Agricultural Show and Highland Gathering at Wade's Park.
A crook who teamed up with a dangerous gangster to rob the daughter of Scotland’s richest woman of £200,000 of jewellery has lost a bid to have his conviction quashed.
A claim the Scottish Government has done little to help wild salmon, while backing Norwegian owned salmon farms "to the hilt", has been made by a leading angler.
A mother-of-four stabbed her husband to death before telling a police support worker: “The kids will never forgive me for killing their father.”
Police involved in a search for a teenager have warned children may be going missing as a result of a sinister new Facebook craze reaching Scotland.