With dozens of jobs at risk in a National Trust for Scotland restructure, concerns have been expressed about the impact, reports Michael Alexander
One of Scotland’s tallest trees has fallen victim to the weather.
The Hermitage, near Dunkeld, is a good barometer of the changing seasons. Golden leaves on oak, beech and horse chestnut confirmed the arrival of autumn as I hiked by the River Braan to Ossian’s Hall, an 18th century look-out perched above the tumbling white water of Black Linn falls.
Horrified wedding guests have accused a Dundee bus company of ruining the big day amid allegations their driver stole money and even rifled through gifts.