A man who was arrested, handcuffed and put in the back of police van ended up in hospital after setting himself on fire en route to custody, a probe has revealed.
‘This is proof of what I have known for a long time’: Tayside butcher delighted after pie named best in the world
An Angus butcher’s shop has been named this year’s world Scotch pie champion.
An extra 500 officers are to be be trained to use Tasers, Police Scotland has announced.
Schools in Tayside and Fife began the academic year with 72 teaching post vacancies.
The death of an Arbroath woman at a hotel in Ghana remains shrouded in mystery as a coroner recorded an open conclusion.
A 700-year-old declaration of Scottish independence has been recognised by a world heritage body for its international significance.
An Angus charity is to benefit from almost £1 million in grants that will help dementia and stroke sufferers across Scotland.
Three Royal Marines have been sentenced to military detention for their part in an initiation ceremony which involved subjecting a colleague to “40 minutes of depravity and naked humiliation”.
A ticket examiner was threatened and assaulted by a train passenger as he went about his work.