Drug dealers had almost 200kg of heroin and cocaine seized by police in Scotland last year, and more than 25,000 ecstasy tablets were confiscated.
Electric scooters could be allowed on public roads if a new review on modernising the UK’s highways network is put into action.
England, Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland, Scotland and Wales this week kick off their qualifying campaigns for Euro 2020.
Manchester City’s bid for the quadruple will continue on April 6 after they were handed the first FA Cup semi-final tie.
Actress Tina Malone has said she feels “destroyed” as she broke down in tears on This Morning after avoiding jail for sharing an alleged picture of James Bulger killer Jon Venables online.
Madam, – We at Fife Islamic Centre have no adequate words to describe how devastated we are by the well coordinated attacks on the mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand (Attacks shake New Zealand on darkest day, Courier, March 16.).
The new owner of Dundee construction firm McGill will lead the company as chief executive – but only on a temporary basis.
Speaker John Bercow’s ruling that the Government cannot bring Theresa May’s Brexit deal back to Parliament without significant changes has driven a coach and horses through the Prime Minister’s plans.
Billy Vunipola insists England have no need to panic about their Six Nations setbacks because they remain on course to excel at the World Cup.
Uri Geller has urged Eddie Jones to take him to the World Cup after declaring he is the answer to England’s psychological problems.