A pharmacy dispenser who moaned and grinded against workbenches, and simulated oral sex with an ice lolly in the chemist where he worked, was given a chance to take part in a group work programme for sex offenders – or be jailed.
A Fife man turned on the gas in a house and threatened to ignite it.
An American student who came to Dundee with no experience of writing comics has become one of the first female writers in more than 30 years to have a story published in the legendary Commando war comic.
Nearly three-quarters of Scotland’s trunk road workers say they have had their lives endangered or been abused by motorists, according to a new survey.
A civil service executive officer was yesterday found guilty of raping a sleeping woman and indecently assaulting another.
Vandals have sparked fury after targeting a statue of cartoon legend Oor Wullie.
A DANGEROUS driver who drove for 300 yards at speed along a pavement outside a school, causing pupils to run into the middle of a busy road to avoid being run down, is facing a lengthy jail term.
A lion at Scotland's biggest safari park had to be destroyed after the pride leader bit though her spine.
A bid by killer Neil Cumming to sue Tayside Health Board over claims he would not have stabbed his wife to death but for the negligence of a psychiatrist in failing to get him admitted to hospital the day before the fatal attack has returned to court.