Sentence has been further deferred on a man who beat up his mum’s disabled boyfriend and spat at police.
While most 15-year-olds are still in their beds, Perth Railway Amateur Boxing Club’s Finn Scott is out pounding the streets on three-mile runs.
A barber battered his mum’s disabled boyfriend and spat at a police officer during a drunken rampage.
A care firm which has fallen into administration has attempted to allay fears that local homes will be impacted.
A woman has been banned from driving after being caught at more than six times the drink-drive limit.
A danger driver who fishtailed round a corner before mounting a pavement and slamming into a group of tourists in St Andrews' historic town centre was today spared a jail term.
A youth worker has been given a 12-month warning after he browsed photos of women at work and branded a vulnerable service user as a “psycho”.
A midwife has been accused of scores of errors including claims she failed to properly care for mothers before, during and after a number of births.
The family of a married biker have slammed the motorist responsible for his death.
A killer driver's moment of forgetfulness led to the death of a married biker after the teenager doubled back to collect a friend he had forgotten to pick up.
Gordon Horne, 31, of Church Street, Coupar Angus, had sentence deferred at Dundee Sheriff Court until August 7.
A drunken thug demanded to be taken to Lochee before lunging at a bus driver.
Around 30,000 households in parts of east Fife are to have their bins day changed for the first time in years.
The funeral of a Fife man who fell off a Christmas tree is to be held today.
A Cupar man who died in a fall from a Christmas tree had been trying to fix the lights, his heartbroken loved ones have revealed.
Revised plans for a new retail park on a prominent site in Cupar have been approved – despite concerns that it will mean the death knell for the town centre.
Two kids last seen on CCTV at Dundee station on Saturday have been found in the city.
Concern is growing for the welfare of two kids last seen on CCTV at Dundee station on Saturday.
Courses are to be offered at Cupar’s secondary school by Fife College following its withdrawal from the town.
A move to stop people from walking into Fife’s household waste recycling centres has prompted a call for a more “measured” approach.