Our former Forfar office was a great wee place.
A rider on a white horse joined people on a walk for peace near Lockerbie as part of commemorations marking the 30th anniversary of the bombing.
It was the selfless act in the wake of the Lockerbie bombing that forged a Tayside connection that continues to this day
A rider on a white horse will join people on a walk for peace near Lockerbie to mark the 30th anniversary of the bombing.
The man who was parish priest in Lockerbie in 1988 has said the victims “live on in our hearts” at a service marking the 30th anniversary of the bombing.
Scotland’s Solicitor General has pledged to work in close co-operation with US authorities if new evidence about the involvement of others in the Lockerbie bombing comes to light.
The family and friends of Lockerbie victims travelled to the small town from far and wide for the memorial service.
Thirty years on from the Lockerbie bombing, the case of the only man found guilty over the atrocity could still return to court.
Wreaths have been laid and a silence held at a memorial service to remember the 270 people killed in the Lockerbie bombing 30 years ago.
The 30th anniversary of the Lockerbie bombing will not be an “emotional occasion” for most loved ones, according to the father of one victim.