Scotland’s prosecutors have been armed with £1 million of computer tablets as the courts move into the modern age.
The Big Yin’s big day in the Big Apple: Sir Billy Connolly leads annual Tartan Day Parade in New York
The Big Yin had a big day out in the Big Apple yesterday as he led the annual Tartan Day yesterday.
A rising number of hardy swimmers are braving the elements to take a dip in Scotland’s outdoor pools.
Footage livestreamed by the gunman during the Christchurch atrocity remained online yesterday as internet giants came under mounting pressure.
“I was abused there. It’s sick to use this site for new centre:” Anger at support centre in abuse home
Survivors of sexual abuse have criticised a decision to open a support centre in the same building where they were targeted by a paedophile.
Glasgow’s health board blamed helicopters for stirring up pigeon droppings at a hospital where two patients died after contracting a fungal infection linked to bird excrement.
Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard said there would be free bus travel for all Scots if his party regained power – but the party was unable to say how much the policy would cost.
Two police officers are facing a misconduct probe over claims they branded colleagues in the road policing division “traffic Nazis”.
One of Scotland’s leading pathologists has questioned police officers’ decision to let tragic student Scott Calder wander off alone after a night out.
Independent watchdogs should be investigating the incineration of classified files and documents from an undercover unit exposed as chaotic and possibly criminal, according to a former head of the Scottish Crime and Drugs Enforcement Agency (SCDEA).
Controversial plans to merge British Transport Police (BTP) with Police Scotland have been formally halted.