Senior prison management have told a fatal accident inquiry (FAI) it is “impossible” to keep drugs out of a jail where two inmates were killed by so-called legal highs.
Perth joyrider on 100-year ban with ‘deep-seated attraction’ to cars leaves trousers in Citroen Picasso
A joyrider who has a “deep-seated attraction” to cars has been banned again after literally being caught with his trousers down.
A serial rapist jailed for life in 2002 claimed he had never seen a mobile phone when he was caught with a charging cable.
When Dundonian Agnes Stiven saw her teenage pen pal off on the Queen Mary as it set sail from Clydebank to New York in 1934, she could not have imagined they would be separated for six decades, or that her friend would give birth to the 45th president of the United States.
Owner of large Perthshire estate clutched vodka bottle after A90 crash then ‘dawdled off to Thailand’
An estate owner who crashed his car off a dual carriageway was clutching a bottle of vodka as he hurled death threats at police and other witnesses, a court heard.
Pregnant mum and two children taken to hospital after Dunfermline rugby player crashed while on his phone
A Scottish Rugby administrator was using a mobile phone when he caused a spectacular crash in Dunfermline.
A man who bit off part of an adversary’s ear when a months-long feud boiled over into violence in the busy main square of a Perthshire tourist town was fined £1,000 yesterday.
The mother of a Fife girl born with her organs back to front or in the wrong place claims “failure after failure” in Scotland’s education system is putting her daughter’s life at risk in the classroom.
The taxman paid out £22,000 to a known fraudster after failing to carry out on checks on the false statements he was submitting.
A teenage drink-driver “demolished” a set of city centre traffic lights while more than three times the legal limit.