An amputee Angus biker has hailed the “humbling” response to his life-changing accident after charity trekkers tackled a 60-kilometre weekend glens trek in support of causes close to his heart.
Steven Donaldson murder accused admits 2am CCTV ‘act’ as trial hears friend ‘bragged’ of stabbing man 26 times
Murder accused Callum Davidson has admitted putting on a show for the cameras in a 2am bike ride through an Angus town as his alleged victim's battered corpse lay beside his smouldering BMW at a nearby beauty spot.
Murder co-accused denies fabricating claim best pal’s ‘jealous anger’ led to Steven Donaldson’s death
An Angus murder accused has denied making up a story that his best pal’s “jealous anger” led to the killing of Arbroath man Steven Donaldson.
Steven Donaldson murder trial: Accused Callum Davidson tells court of best pal’s ‘crazed’ look after car park attack
An accused in the Steven Donaldson murder trial has told of the “crazed” look in his best friend’s eyes after seeing him launch a frenzied attack on his girlfriend’s ex in the car park of Kirriemuir’s Peter Pan playpark.
An Angus murder accused has denied cutting the throat of a man he is accused of killing after getting into the back of his car at a Kirriemuir children’s playpark.
Steven Donaldson murder accused denies prison cell boast of killing ‘the boy’ and £10k offer to best pal to take rap
A murder accused made a prison cell confession, boasting he had stabbed “the boy” more than 25 times, a jury heard yesterday.
A murder accused has admitted lying to police in the Steven Donaldson investigation because he didn’t want to be labelled a “grass” by getting his best pal into trouble.
Murder co-accused takes to the stand to give version of events from night of Steven Donaldson’s death
Murder accused Steven Dickie has told a High Court jury how he saw his teenage lover Tasmin Glass speed off in her car from an Angus playpark as his best friend Callum Davidson “dived” through the window of Steven Donaldson’s BMW.
Angus and Mearns Matters: Care and Repair successor’s role must continue to reach beyond just the job sheet
New Yawkers flooding to the 1964 World’s Fair at Flushing Meadows in Queens surely realised just how lucky they were.
A murder accused’s mobile phone covered almost 4km in just 47 minutes shortly after midnight on the day Steven Donaldson’s battered and burned body was found at an Angus nature reserve, High Court jurors have heard.