A military veteran arrested after police found a rocket flare launcher in his bedroom, avoided a jail term yesterday.
Nearly three-quarters of Scotland’s trunk road workers say they have had their lives endangered or been abused by motorists, according to a new survey.
A civil service executive officer was yesterday found guilty of raping a sleeping woman and indecently assaulting another.
Vandals have sparked fury after targeting a statue of cartoon legend Oor Wullie.
Two planes came perilously close to each other over Perthshire, a report released yesterday revealed.
A cleaner who forced her terrified lover to barricade himself into a room when she flew into a violent rage has walked free from court.
A drug addict, who attacked and robbed a man in his own home at knifepoint, has been jailed.
‘It’s burra, not burg’: Determined Fife expat living in Pittsburgh campaigning to reclaim city’s Scots pronunciation
A Fife-born pensioner is campaigning for residents of Pittsburgh to be made to pronounce the US city’s name the Scottish way.
One of Scotland’s “most beautiful” lochside vistas is under threat from a devastating approaching tree disease, officials said yesterday.
A Dunfermline woman has been banned from keeping animals after her cat was found living in squalid conditions.