Tayside and Fife was hit by a 999 landline blackout early on Tuesday morning.
‘We’re like prisoners in our own home’: Victims speak out as man who subjected them to terrifying knife-point robbery is jailed
A serial criminal who spent nine months on bail awaiting trial on a housebreaking charge went back to his elderly victims’ house days before he was due in court and subjected them to a terrifying knifepoint robbery in the dead of night.
A heroin dealer who exchanged texts with criminal associates claiming they were “feeding the hungry” by supplying them with class A drugs was yesterday jailed for more than three years.
A major bid to drive criminals from the east of Scotland’s roads has seen drugs, cash and weapons recovered and hundreds of vehicles seized, polcie said yesterday.
Brechin City manager Darren Dods could be swapping the dressing room for the classroom as he forges a new career as a college lecturer.
Businesses across Tayside and Fife could be hammered in a reappraisal of rates to be implemented in April.
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.
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 man killed in a fatal road accident near Dundee on Wednesday afternoon has been named.
A Montrose youth football link-up has been hailed as a “flagship model” for the sport by the Scottish Football Association.