A heavy metal statue of AC/DC singer Bon Scott has been revealed in the rocker’s Scottish home town.
A Montrose mother-of-three lived for about an hour after being hit on the head and could have survived the initial blow, a neuropathologist told a murder trial.
The manager of a Fife animal rescue centre died following exposure to a deadly lung disease after a string of safety breaches by the SSPCA.
Police officers searching for a missing woman in a single-bedroom flat failed to find her butchered body lying in the bath, the High Court in Glasgow has been told.
A doctor has denied killing a woman after allegedly supplying her with drugs.
Proud mum Judy Murray has celebrated her sons’ ascent to the peak of the tennis world by opening her family album.
An RAF serviceman from Fife has disappeared after a night out with friends in East Anglia.
As part of The Courier's Can It campaign calling for a ban on energy drinks in our schools, here we hear from Malcolm Clark, co-ordinator of the Children’s Food Campaign run by Sustain. The alliance for better food and farming has led calls for a “sugar tax” and improvements in school food.
Scotland’s leading haggis maker has warned of a triple whammy of political uncertainty as his peak season begins on St Andrew’s Day.
Stobsmuir Ponds have turned a vivid red colour due to a build-up of scum lying on the surface of the water.