Danny John-Jules has urged the public to judge his Strictly Come Dancing stint on his performances and not “gossip”.
Supermarkets are cutting fuel prices amid a fall in wholesale costs.
Handing penalty points to drivers caught not wearing a seat belt would be supported by more than seven out of 10 people, a survey suggests.
Fife hotels and restaurants scored a hat-trick of wins in one of the hospitality sector's most prestigious awards ceremonies.
As a think tank calls for change, is it the end of the road for MOT tests? Michael Alexander considers the issues.
Dundee City Council have failed to recoup years of unpaid parking fines worth an “eye-watering” £1.8 million, it has been revealed.
A political row has broken out after the Scottish Tories claimed the condition of roads in Perth and Kinross significantly deteriorated under the previous SNP council administration.
More than a quarter of roads in Tayside and Fife are in need of repair a new study has shown.
The surge in the price of oil has scuppered hopes that petrol prices would stop increasing, according to figures.