A high-tech polar research station was the festive season base for a leading Angus scientist on a prestigious research fellowship charting the movement of mountains in one of the world’s most remote locations.
HES boss branded ‘disgusting’ over vow to continue insolvency fight despite staff being left unable to claim
Management of a troubled clinical waste firm have been branded "disgusting" by workers at its Dundee plant after they vowed to never throw in the towel against insolvency, even if it means staff going without money.
A shooting incident at a California bowling alley has left three men dead and four injured, police said.
Fernandinho insists there will be no let-up in intensity from Manchester City as focus switches to domestic cup action in the coming days.
Like every other manager on League One, Jim Weir has a January transfer wish list.
Arbroath may be sitting top of League 1, 11 points ahead of nearest challengers Raith but Gayfield gaffer Dick Campbell is certainly not resting on his laurels ahead of today’s latest Angus derby with Brechin.
Dundee United’s Paul McMullan hopes to see manager Robbie Neilson in a good mood after they face Partick Thistle at home today.
Fife’s firefighter training centre has honoured its last graduates after more than 40 years of preparing recruits for their lifesaving roles.
The story of a plant rescued as a “symbol of hope” by a Montrose resident in the aftermath of the Iranian Embassy siege has brought back memories to one of the SAS heroes who stormed the building after a six-day siege.
Scottish Ministers have been urged to seize control of controversial plans for an old psychiatric hospital, after a "stand-off" between developers and council chiefs.