The benefits of news media journalism to society are being highlighted in a newspaper-industry campaign being launched on Monday May 13 and backed by The Courier. Michael Alexander reports.
A Perthshire road has been forced to close as heavy snowfall moves across Scotland.
Tougher measures targeting people who throw litter out of cars have been promised after it was revealed seven tonnes of rubbish is thrown on to the M8 and M9 every month.
Tayside and Fife was hit by road closures and crashes as Storm Deirdre brought heavy snow, rain and wind to the local area.
Alesha MacPhail murder: Judge says public ‘revulsion’ at case justifies revealing Aaron Campbell as teenage killer
The 16-year-old boy who raped and murdered Alesha MacPhail can be identified as Aaron Campbell after a judge allowed his name to be reported.
The Scottish Government’s decision to allow women to take abortion pills at home is fundamentally flawed because it is not consistent with legislation, a lawyer representing an anti-abortion group has told a court.
In the first of a two-part series, Michael Alexander speaks to Police Scotland and a Kinross-shire farmer about the costly impact of rural crime and hears about the action being taken to fight back against the brazen work of serious organised crime gangs.
Carnoustie Miss Scotland finalist Abby Gray hopes to go from dog washes to catwalks when she competes for the title later this month.
If leaving your vehicle unattended, it is just good practice to close and lock the doors.
Churchgoers could soon be able to make donations with a tap of their card as kirks are being urged to move with the times and introduce contactless payments.