Scotland’s top law officer is investigating an Angus whistleblower’s claims that police covered up a hiker’s possible murder.
Dignity shares jumped nearly 6% as the funeral provider announced a £50 million turnaround plan after logging better than expected earnings on the back of a rise in deaths.
The Duke of Sussex has returned to Lesotho where he was to open a community hall.
Courier readers have stepped in to ensure disadvantaged children across Fife will have presents to open on Christmas morning.
If you’re a parent, you might have come to the realisation that your offspring are much more hip than you’ll ever be.
Legislation which will expand the use of electronic tagging for prisoners must be put on hold in the wake of the fatal stabbing of a father-of-three by a prisoner who had been released on home detention curfew, Ruth Davidson has insisted.
Dundee United’s transfer deadline day ended with the 11th-hour departure of defender Tam Scobbie to Championship rivals Partick Thistle on loan until January.
Three women believed to be the mothers of 11 children found living in filth in a makeshift compound in New Mexico have been arrested.
A terrorist wielding two foot-long knives could have been heading towards the Prime Minister’s office “looking for another victim” when he was shot dead, an inquest heard.
Conservative peer Sayeeda Warsi has called for an independent inquiry into Islamophobia in the party, describing the Tory response to claims of anti-Muslim prejudice as “woefully inept”.