A man who had previously been denied a gun licence has been jailed after illegally importing weapons from Spain and hiding them in his basement.
New powers could be given to the police and courts in Scotland to remove those suspected of domestic abuse from the homes of anyone at risk, the country’s First Minister has announced.
The north-east’s top police officer has hailed an “unprecedented” drop in house-breakings and vehicle crime in Aberdeen.
Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf has suggested Police Scotland’s overdraft might have to be extended to ensure officers continue to be paid next year.
Moray police are investigating a vandalism incident at the picturesque Elgin Cathedral.
The Scottish Government is being urged to intervene and lead efforts to finally uncover the full extent of the CIA's use of Scotland's airports during the War on Terror.
A man who was arrested, handcuffed and put in the back of police van ended up in hospital after setting himself on fire en route to custody, a probe has revealed.
Police are hopeful that CCTV footage could help snare thieves who stole two cars from an Aberdeen street yesterday.
The bobby on the beat with traditional pen, notepad and police radio has been a common scene for decades.
Police are appealing for information after a north-east pharmacy was broken into.
Detectives from an external force instructed to carry out a cold case probe into the “unexplained” death of Kevin Mcleod are to meet his family.
Motorists heading north towards Inverness are being warned to expect delays after an overturned lorry closed the A9 in Perthshire.
A man has been taken to hospital with serious injuries following a two-vehicle collision near Aviemore.
The charity behind Inverness's skate park has launched a fundraising drive after the attraction was damaged by fire.
Many people hand down a recipe, clothes or jewellery to their children but a retiring policeman has taken it a step further - passing his beat onto his son.
An airport was partially evacuated and an aircraft cordoned off after a leak in cargo containing vaccinations.
A crackdown on gangsters using vulnerable people to store and move drugs in Aberdeen has been “particularly successful” this year, the region’s top police officer has said.
Emergency services have this afternoon attended to a one-vehicle crash in which a car collided with a wall outside the Caithness General Hospital.
Police are launching a cold case review into a second young man's death in Caithness.
A senior police chief has urged politicians and public figures to use “temperate and responsible language” when debating Brexit.
Police are appealing for help to track the final movements of a woman found murdered in her own home.
Police in Moray have been cracking down on the drivers of excessively noisy cars.
Police have launched an appeal for information after a break-in at a north golf club during the weekend.
The Prince of Wales has paid tribute to fallen police officers at a dedicated service in Glasgow.
Police have launched a fresh appeal to help trace 65-year-old Tony Parsons – two years after he first went missing.
A man, woman and child have been taken to hospital following a one-vehicle collision in Inverness.
An offshore worker has spoken of how an afternoon walk in Moray turned into a nightmare following a terrifying dog attack.
Police chiefs have confirmed that they are drawing up new plans to move jobs from the central belt to the north and north-east.
A north-east road is closed after a two-car crash.
Police are investigating after the "unexplained" death of a man in Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen road closed due to a police incident has now reopened.
The Scottish Government has requested £52 million from a contingency fund to prepare for a no-deal Brexit.