Two Coronation Street stars and a sports agent who has represented high-profile footballers such as David Beckham and Michael Owen have settled phone-hacking damages actions, the High Court has heard.
A Dundee man has been sentenced to seven-and-a-half years in prison for stabbing a “friend” 10 times during a fight at a party.
The man convicted of trying to murder a Dundee golfer with a chainsaw has been given another jail term.
A former Royal Marine facing jail after admitting making a DIY bomb and dealing CS spray caused an explosion with materials in a hair gel tub.
The identity of a mystery tweeter responsible for fake Wetherspoon Twitter accounts will be revealed to the pub chain following a judge’s ruling.
Deliveroo riders do not have the right to collective bargaining, the High Court has ruled in the latest case involving the so-called “gig economy”.
The High Court has blocked a mass legal action against Google over claims that it collected sensitive personal data from more than four million iPhone users.
The High Court will rule on whether a mass legal action against Google over claims it collected sensitive personal data from 4.4 million iPhone users can go ahead in the UK.
Sir Elton John and David Furnish have accepted “significant” libel damages over a newspaper claim that their dog inflicted “Freddy Krueger-like injuries” on a child at a play date.
A rapist was been warned he faces a lengthy prison sentence after carrying out a sex attack on a teenage girl.
A former choirmaster accused of child sex offences in California will be freed from jail just days ahead of his extradition to the US.
Environmental campaigners have lost their High Court challenge against the Government over its policy for tackling climate change.
Editors have warned of “worrying consequences” for press freedom after Sir Cliff Richard won a High Court privacy battle with the BBC over coverage of a police search of his home.
Alex Reid has been granted a High Court injunction to prevent ex-wife Katie Price from sharing “private and confidential information” about him.
A judge has told a man who abused four women over a 16-year period he will “pay a heavy price” for his “very serious crimes”.
A former detective has told the High Court he felt “forced” to reveal the police raid on Sir Cliff Richard’s home to a BBC journalist.
Dundee man Arran Fender has been jailed for 12 years after being found guilty of the killing of Gary McMillan, by a jury at the High Court in Edinburgh.
Four men are to stand trial in connection with alleged drug dealing in Dundee.
A prosecutor has asked a jury to find a woman guilty of the murder of a Dundee mum.
A Dundee man jailed for having a stun gun which he fired only once — at his own leg — has had an appeal against his sentence rejected.