Police have joined forces with a dog shelter charity in a landmark move to help victims of domestic violence escape their abusive partners, we can reveal today.
An Israeli lawyer acting for the family of a Scots hotel worker who died hours after a vicious beating has highlighted a string of concerns around the police investigation.
Scotland’s universities warn Brexit threatens world-leading dementia work that could transform lives around the globe
Landmark medical research into dementia is among £100 million of life-changing work at Scots universities being risked by Brexit, we can reveal today.
Julie Pearson death: Expert backs calls for Scotland to follow England’s lead and order second post mortems on people who die abroad
A leading pathologist has called for Scotland to follow England and order more second post mortems on people who have who died abroad.
An announcement by a government health watchdog that mesh implants can be brought back has left injured women devastated.
Police in Israel were called five times as a Scots hotel worker was beaten hours before her death.
Investigation: Scot in Israel Julie Pearson suffered scores of injuries before her death as her family accuse police of failing to investigate
The extent of the injuries suffered by a Scots hotel worker before her death in Israel can be revealed today.
Scots eyewitness describes scene as mayday helicopters pluck passengers to safety from stricken cruise ship Viking Sky
Helicopters and a fleet of rescue vessels battled waves of almost 20 metres high to reach hundreds of cruise ship passengers stuck off the coast of Norway.
A first step… Sufferers applaud the Health Secretary after she paves way to bring US mesh surgeon to Scotland
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has paved the way for a top US surgeon to come to Scotland to carry out pioneering mesh removal operations.
This is a national scandal… it demands a national response: Mesh victims urge ministers to fly in leading US surgeon
An American surgeon should be flown to Scotland to ease the agony of mesh victims, MSPs will be told.
Mesh transplant victims are demanding some of the £27 million funding boost to cut waiting times should be used to bring a US mesh surgeon to Scotland.