George Reid, a well-known figure at Robertson’s the house furnishers in Dundee and Downfield Golf Club in the 1960s and 70s, has died suddenly but peacefully in Blairgowrie, aged 99.
A Dundee woman who abandoned her car after ploughing through crash barriers, down a verge and into a fence, has been fined £400.
A Crieff woman who “veered” into a Stagecoach bus while almost four times the legal driving limit has been banned from the road for more than two years.
A teenager on a legal high burned his sleeping mother in their Leuchars home then laughed in her face as she was woken by the pain.
A conference on dangerous dogs will be held in the new year to look into further measures to protect the public, the First Minister has said.
ROYAL BANK of Scotland has agreed to pay $100 million (£61m) in fines to settle sanctions-busting allegations with American authorities.
A teenager who tried to gouge the eyes of a policeman spent about £6,000 on alcohol in just 90 days.
The two chefs from Courier country who were vying to be named the winner of MasterChef: The Professionals 2013 have lost out at the final stage.
Dundee boss John Brown is still waiting for summer signing Steven Doris to “jump off the page” at him.
Farmers have at last been given a fair estimate of how much their Single Farm Payments will be worth from 2015 to 2020.