A criminal sent on a taxpayer-funded concert trip to tackle his offending has been jailed for the 26th time since council chiefs declared the jaunt a “success".
A wasp which has never been seen in Scotland before has made its home at Loch Lomond.
A juror was exposed for Googling a knifeman’s violent past – in a note penned on a feedback form rating lunch at a court.
A man slammed for being “lost to all human decency” for running a Tayside shop as a front for selling so called “legal highs” has succeeded in a legal bid to have his prison sentence cut.
A pharmacy dispenser who moaned and grinded against workbenches, and simulated oral sex with an ice lolly in the chemist where he worked, was given a chance to take part in a group work programme for sex offenders – or be jailed.
High street sales have fallen by the biggest margin on record this summer, leaving business owners in Tayside and Fife questioning how to survive an uncertain future.
A teenage gatecrasher whose gang left a £20,000 trail of destruction at a schoolgirl’s house has been ordered to carry out 200 hours of unpaid work.
A hospital patient has slammed a private parking company for slapping a ticket on her car one minute after she pulled in to attend for an X-ray appointment.
A man who inflicted terrible injuries during a murder bid before going Christmas shopping was yesterday warned he faced a lengthy jail sentence.
A Lochgelly man was caught almost three times over the drink-drive limit as he drove guests home from a wedding.