Police are keeping an “open mind” as to the motive of the fatal shooting of a man in Co Down.
A major housing development in Crieff has come a step closer after developers submitted revised plans to build 246 new homes on the outskirts of the Strathearn town.
It was, arguably, the most ambitious restaurant to open in Dundee.
Plans to transform an old school in Kirkcaldy into a housing estate will be presented to the public this week.
As the school bell tolls for thousands of Fife youngsters returning to class, a Fife holiday pilot to combat poverty has had an extra benefit – curbing social isolation.
A lightning strike on a transmission circuit followed by “almost simultaneous unexpected power losses” at two plants caused blackouts earlier this month which affected around one million customers, an interim report has found.
FTSE 100 house-builder Persimmon has posted a dip in profits after its efforts to improve quality slowed down the number of properties being sold.
Campaigners have called for more resources to tackle the problems caused by wild campers dumping waste at a Highland Perthshire beauty spot.
A trio of Royal Marines have admitted their part in a brawl outside an Angus nightclub in which of the servicemen had exposed himself on the dancefloor in a “potentially incendiary” act.
The latest heavy rain to batter Dundee has raised fears that drainage infrastructure is not fit for purpose.