An Angus attack victim who bravely spoke out about her ordeal after seeing her assailants jailed has spoken of her relief after appeal judges rejected a bid by one of the men to overturn his conviction.
Dundee manager Jim McIntyre has told his players to make sure that Saturday was the last time they fail to “stand up and be counted”.
Fife's Labour co-leader has warned that rising charges for community alarms could leave the most vulnerable at risk.
EasyJet has warned that uncertainty over Brexit is holding back demand in the short term, as the airline said it would make a loss in the first half due to rising costs.
Not blowing its own trumpet, but Scotland’s band of the year has recorded a first for Fife.
An investigation has been launched after the “contents of a flat” were dumped at an Angus beauty spot.
Labour has accused ministers of failing vulnerable youngsters following a sharp rise in the number of primary school children being taught in pupil referral units (PRUs).
Richard Cockerill believes “massive” games are still to come in this season, but it didn’t feel that way in the aftermath of Saturday’s Heineken Champions Cup quarter-final.
Police are searching for a cyclist who pushed a 70-year-old man on to a pavement, leaving him with serious injuries and needing surgery.
Safety fears about proposals to house a battery storage unit on the edge of a town in eastern Perthshire have been raised at a second consultation.