Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths appeared in court in Dundee today accused of a speeding offence.
A teenage driver who led police on a late-night chase through the heart of Forfar has been fined £750.
A teenager has been spared a custodial sentence despite leading police on a high-speed chase that a sheriff said was the "worst case of dangerous driving I've ever dealt with".
Transport chiefs say average speed cameras on the A90 between Dundee and Stonehaven have led to a dramatic u-turn in driver behaviour – with 99 out of every 100 motorists now sticking within the speed limit.
Sir, – I read with interest your cover story in The Courier (January 16) stating that a freedom of information request revealed that in the past year over 60,000 speeding fines, at £100 a time, had been issued to motorists in the Tayside area alone.
Mearns parents have said they fear a fatality will have to happen before the brakes are properly put on drivers speeding through their village.
Public calls to have the speed limit cut on one of Glenrothes’ busiest roads have been rejected.
Angus roads chiefs have been urged to investigate additional safety measures on a route where two people were killed in accidents this summer.
The brakes have been out on the road to Neverland to stop drivers flying in to Kirriemuir’s popular Peter Pan playpark.
Glenrothes residents claim they are enduring sleepless nights because of lead-footed boy racers.