Former Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale has successfully defended a defamation case brought by a pro-independence blogger over a claim he wrote homophobic tweets.
The youngest woman to be jailed for plotting a terror attack on British soil has had her minimum term cut by senior judges to reflect her “youth and indoctrination”.
An Islamic State supporter who called for an attack on Prince George has had his minimum jail term cut on appeal.
A man will appear in court in Belfast on Saturday charged with a number of terrorism offences.
Scotland’s prosecutors have been armed with £1 million of computer tablets as the courts move into the modern age.
The mother of a man stabbed to death at an 18th birthday party has said we need to get knives off our streets, after two people were convicted over the killing of her son.
A driver who fractured the skull of an armed police officer when he hit him with his Mercedes has been jailed for four years.
Scotland’s new domestic abuse law has been welcomed by the son of a woman who killed her husband after being psychologically abused.
An estranged husband has admitted stabbing his wife to death in the street.
A bullying case brought by an engineer who accused his former supervisor of repeatedly breaking wind towards him has been dismissed by an Australian appeals court.
A football player has been found guilty of using his car as a weapon to mow down 11 young rival supporters after they taunted him by calling him “fatty”.