Ministry of Defence Police are now involved in the investigation into the discovery of live bullets in Angus.
China is saving ethnic minority Muslims from the lure of religious extremism by teaching them to speak Mandarin and accept modern science, officials have said, as Beijing seeks to defend its internment of Muslims.
A former member of Germany’s central bank has warned lenders against “falling prey” to the “false sense of security” around a Brexit transition deal, saying time is running out to prepare for a no-deal scenario.
The painting of a Scottish terrier holding a heart-shaped saltire balloon, which mysteriously appeared on the back of Perth Theatre on Sunday morning, will be removed.
A former course manager has told Montrose Links golf management committee to “consider their positions” after winning an unfair dismissal fight.
Australia has raised the prospect of following the example of the US by relocating its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
People will dress in Converse trainers and floral prints and flood social media with photographs on Tuesday in memory of a Fife tot who died three years ago.
Housebuilder Bellway has shrugged off easing property prices and surging costs to post a hike in profits, but cautioned over a Brexit risk to the peak selling season.
A newly-appointed Perth sheriff helped prosecute two of Scotland’s most notorious killers, Peter Tobin and World’s End murderer, Angus Sinclair.
Blue Peter joins a handful of UK TV programmes to have been on screen for at least 60 years.