Tracking the health, welfare and performance of livestock on Scotland’s hill farms could soon become easier thanks to a next-generation ear tag which provides real-time data on animal behaviour from up to 10 miles away.
Angus domestic abuser who said he’d rather go to jail than do unpaid work told sentencing ‘not a negotiation’
An Angus domestic abuser has been put on an electronic tag after being told by a sheriff that court sentencing “isn’t a negotiation”.
A Fife man who violently assaulted a female neighbour has had his monitoring tag removed so he can go to church.
Scotbeef Inverurie is on track to complete construction of its new abattoir by the end of 2020.
Police have launched a major investigation after two people were found dead at a holiday home in Aberdeenshire.
Former Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson said she would take a “never say never again” position on re-entering politics once she steps down in May 2021.
Scotland’s largest machinery ring, Ringlink, is preparing to open a new office in Fife next month.
Some of Tayside and Fife’s best-known faces are spreading the festive spirit while raising vital charity funds.
Sir, – There is certainly much to criticise in the Conservatives’ past record, and your recent correspondents are entitled to their opinions anent assumed disasters from a future Conservative government.
Sir, – As a person who was concerned with the Scottish criminal justice system for some 50 years as defence counsel, advocate depute, sheriff and part time High Court judge, I think that I am entitled to comment on the editorial The Courier story entitled “Disappointing term for sexual abuser” (December 5).