Senior prison management have told a fatal accident inquiry (FAI) it is “impossible” to keep drugs out of a jail where two inmates were killed by so-called legal highs.
A police officer has admitted posing as an oil industry executive in a bid to dupe a colleague into quitting her role with the force.
A police officer who posed as an oil industry executive in a bid to dupe a colleague into quitting her role with the force has been spared jail.
A motorist was found slumped unconscious at the wheel when he was already on bail for a drink-driving offence less than three months earlier.
A kidney patient killed the nurse who helped with his dialysis when he veered across the road and crashed into an oncoming articulated lorry.
A church treasurer who spent years embezzling more than £34,000 from parish funds has been allowed to walk free from court.
Visitors to a Scottish national park are being given toilet lessons.
A company has been fined £8,000 after it admitted breaching health and safety rules and leaving one of its drivers severely injured.
The taxman paid out £22,000 to a known fraudster after failing to carry out on checks on the false statements he was submitting.
A prominent farmer accused of abusing women for nearly 20 years hurled a plate of spaghetti bolognese at one because he refused to eat pasta more than once a week, a jury heard yesterday.