Scotland’s winter sports season got off to one of its earliest starts at the weekend – even without natural snow – with one pair travelling 600 miles just to ski.
One of Scotland’s most senior sheriffs has called for a “Walmart approach” to stop the country’s leading prosecutors getting out of touch with real life in the criminal courts.
A Scottish Ambulance Service boss who falsified an exemption certificate to avoid a speeding fine has been fined £2,000.
A 400-mile wide Arctic swell is set to bring Scotland’s -9C (16F) coldest night of autumn tonight – amid the earliest winter snow for 11 years.
Wings Over Scotland blogger Stuart Campbell has begun court proceedings over claims that Labour politician and I’m a Celebrity star Kezia Dugdale defamed him in a newspaper article.
A man who preferred Ibiza to appearing in court on a rape charge has been cleared of the sexual assault but jailed for his failure to be at court.
A military veteran arrested after police found a rocket flare launcher in his bedroom, avoided a jail term yesterday.
The eldest son of one of Scotland’s best known clan chiefs has been cleared of allegations that he “waterboarded” a teenager while interrogating him about missing property.
Vandals have sparked fury after targeting a statue of cartoon legend Oor Wullie.
There may be early falls of the real stuff on the hills, but Scotland’s top winter sports centre will today switch on a machine to make its first artificial snow of the season.