Former MP Denis MacShane is to be charged with false accounting over £12,900 of expenses claims.
Private security firms hired to electronically tag criminals will not have been able to overcharge the Scottish Government due to regular audits, it has been claimed.
Further powers will “undoubtedly” be transferred to Scotland if the country votes to stay in the UK, the man leading the campaign against independence has claimed.
World curling champion Eve Muirhead will be prevented from defending her title next year following an astonishing ruling by her sport’s governing body in Scotland.
The “Muncher” has gone and with it, Dundee’s most hated building.
The victims of the latest fatal accident on the A9 were a top Scottish lawyer’s wife and daughter.
Tax-dodging Scottish fishermen are to be pursued by a new taskforce launched by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
A record 35,000 revellers descended on Balado as the gates opened on the first day of T in the Park on July 11. An estimated 85,000 people will watch a host of bands each day over the weekend, including headliners Mumford and Sons, Rihanna and the Killers. Festival director Geoff Ellis said: “Welcoming the first campers through the gates is my favourite moment of the festival every year.”
After hob-nobbing with the First Minister, Phil Mickelson got down to business at the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open and made a strong case for having cracked links golf at last.
A Perth street has been dubbed the “road that eats cars” by motorists, after speed bumps began tearing the bottom out of their vehicles.