A spate of dog poisonings in Fife has resulted in one pet dying and three others apparently suffering from the effects of cannabis.
Rovop boss Steven Gray will join the line-up of speakers at the prestigious Entrepreneurial Scotland annual summit at Gleneagles on April 25.
Judges have embarked on the challenging task of selecting the area’s best buildings of the past decade after an impressive response to the return of the Angus Design Awards.
Kit Harington said Game Of Thrones “kind of screwed the political landscape” after politicians tried to emulate a character from the hugely popular show.
A ‘store wars’ spat has blown up again in Arbroath after the Co-op joined Asda in objecting to a multi-million pound proposal.
Nicolas Maduro has denounced his opponents in a speech at a military ceremony as opposition leader Juan Guaido escalated his campaign to topple the Venezuelan president.
North Korea is reportedly restoring facilities at its long-range rocket launch site that it had dismantled as part of disarmament steps last year.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has not given up on injury-hit Manchester United’s Champions League hopes as the caretaker manager attempts to shock Paris St Germain.
Knife crime and Brexit lead the Wednesday’s papers.
New measures to protect workers’ rights after Brexit have been roundly rejected by unions and Labour as “flimsy” and “deeply disappointing” after they were unveiled by the Prime Minister.