A six-times-the-limit Tayside businessman found beside his car after he crashed into a back road ditch has been fined £1,500 for the “staggering” drink-drive count.
Regular consumers whose sporting affections also lie in activities involving engines and spectacularly high speeds may have shared last week’s sadness over the loss of a legend.
Some days, as Henry John Deutschendorf Jr. beautifully told us in song, are diamonds.
An Angus man who crashed into the rear of another vehicle after drinking has been banned from driving for three years and fined a total of £630.
The reservoir responsible for supplying drinking water to hundreds of thousands of people across Angus, Dundee and Perth and Kinross is celebrating its 50th anniversary.
Angus councillors are to stick with a school meals deal alongside their Dundee neighbours after a Perth and Kinross pull-put threatened to derail the Tayside scheme.
Do as I say, not as I do.
Glasgow is to re-take its place as the UK start point for the historic Monte Carlo classic rally when the epic endurance event gets underway in January.
Unmistakably, they have arrived.
On yer bike.