A jury in the US has ordered agribusiness giant Monsanto to pay a combined $2.055 billion dollars (£1.58bn) to a couple claiming that the company’s herbicide Roundup Ready caused their cancers.
‘Frustrated’ staff hit out at ambulance route closure amid reports of patients being pushed along footpaths
Staff at Ninewells Hospital have spoken of their "frustration" at the temporary closure of a busy ambulance route.
Work will finally get under way at a blackspot Mearns junction on Monday.
An Angus town's rugby side is enjoying a well-deserved resurgence.
B&Q owner Kingfisher said the DIY chain has enjoyed a sales bounceback thanks to warm spring weather after Britain basked in a sun-soaked Easter weekend.
“Stupid and selfish” sunseekers have been slammed for setting a campfire at the summit of a Perth beauty spot.
Perth and Kinross Council has been accused of "historic and cultural vandalism" over the decision to scale back a 400-year-old annual ceremony.
San Francisco officials have voted to ban the use of facial recognition software by police and other city departments.
Madam, – Next week we have the European Parliament elections.
Council chiefs are under growing pressure to delay a planned million-pound regeneration of a Perthshire town centre.