A Fife rapist who spiked a woman’s drink before telling her “prove it” when she confronted him over the sex attack has been told to expect a lengthy jail sentence.
Jim Weir’s time in charge of Forfar started with a Hampden draw which left visiting keeper Marc McCallum again wishing football games lasted 85 minutes.
Lee Ashcroft believes centre-back partner Callum Morris is one of the best defenders he has played alongside after the Dunfermline duo put up the shutters to frustrate Queen of the South.
A mum whose two year old daughter fell in a river on a camping holiday is to train as a baby swimming instructor.
An unemployed man who accepted £300 to drive between Glasgow and Dundee was caught transporting excessively pure cocaine worth hundreds of thousands of pounds.
A grandmother broke down in tears as she told a court how her former partner raped her and dropped her pet dog out of a third floor window.
A soldier downloaded a stash of child abuse images at his army base and then threatened to kill police officers who seized his computer equipment.
Paul McLean insists his Brechin teammates remain upbeat despite failing to record a victory in their opening eight games of the season.
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.
Perth work colleagues Grant Ager and Susan Bell shrugged off rain-lashed days and altitude sickness to reach Machu Picchu in Peru.