Work to transform Dundee's last jute mill into affordable housing will begin early next year.
Chris Farrell is relishing the chance to prove he is far more than just a “crash-ball merchant” at the World Cup.
Residents who claim their lives have been made a misery by a new pedestrian crossing which was installed following the death of a nine-year-old Fife boy have welcomed the news it will be altered.
Ahead of a new TV documentary series following Scotland’s paramedics, a Fife mum tells Michael Alexander how her half-drowned son was saved by the ‘unsung heroes’ of the Scottish Ambulance Service, while Scotland's Charity Air Ambulance, based at Perth, gives an insight into its life-saving role.
Public health minister Joe FitzPatrick has promised there will be no complacency in the country's drive to hit child immunisation targets.
Fife man who logged toilet visits in Airbnb flat upstairs ‘strained to hear whoosh from pump’, says sheriff
A retired solicitor who kept a diary of toilet visits in the flat upstairs was found by a sheriff to be obsessed with noise from the property.
Opposition parties and campaign groups have criticised the Scottish Government after key cancer waiting times were missed again.
Unions leaders are stepping up calls for the Government to intervene in the Thomas Cook crisis after news that the German airline subsidiary of the travel giant is being given finance to help secure a rescue deal.
Calls have been made for rail fares on the Fife Circle to be frozen until the service improves.
Captain Michael Leitch could be a surprise omission from Japan’s starting line-up to face Ireland on Saturday, the PA news agency understands.