A pensioner who says she was almost "sucked onto the road" by the speed of two passing lorries has joined a rising number of people calling for new speed limits on a busy north-east route.
A man has lost his driving licence for a year after being found guilty of dangerous driving at Lerwick Sheriff Court on yesterday.
A soldier admitted driving his high-performance BMW at 143mph on a Highland road was told by a sheriff that he must have had “a death wish”.
A high speed chase through a Glenurquhart village cost a 28-year-old Balnain man a £700 fine.
A 19-year-old man and 58-year-old woman have appeared in court on drugs charges after police seized £71,000 worth of speed from a house in Aberdeen.
A Ross-shire man who twice evaded police capture by driving at high speed was brought to a halt by a “stinger” operation to deflate his tyres.
New safety measures have been installed at a notorious north-east junction.
Councillors have given the green light to introduce a 20mph speed limit in Wick to protect the safety of children walking and cycling to and from school.
Police across the north-east are warning speedy drivers after carrying out speed checks earlier today.
A Moray mum who was caught with £25,000 of Class A drugs has been jailed after she started dealing to pay back a loan shark.
A north-east man has been fined after he was caught with drugs he claimed he forgot were in his trousers.
Countless motorists could have speeding fines reimbursed because the locations of mobile cameras that caught them were not advertised in advance, it has been claimed.
The Scottish Government has vowed not to bow to public pressure and remove the controversial average-speed cameras from the A9.
Councillors have backed calls to extend the speed limit through an Aberdeenshire village.
Residents in Aberdeenshire are to be consulted on plans to reduce the speed limit on a country road.
A north politician wants the Scottish Government to review its speed restrictions for trucks.
The A9 average-speed cameras were under fire again last night amid claims there has been a year-on-year increase in the rate of fatal accidents on the notorious road.
It is one of those worthy suggestions in which politicians engage earnestly, but everybody else knows will probably never see the light of day: will drivers be any different if asked to travel at 10mph slower to save the world from dangerous emissions?
Are Mini drivers mostly stylish women in big sunglasses or are all those typically behind the wheel of a Subaru Impreza just aggressive lads and ladettes?