A man who was acquitted of rape but then successfully sued has been declared bankrupt, meaning he does not have to pay his victim any damages.
Police had to smash their way into a man’s car after his dog was spotted “panting heavily” and looking “distressed” after he parked in direct sunlight on one of last summer’s hottest days.
St Andrews chef Joe Reddie has been named Scotch Beef Scottish Young Chef of the Year after winning a cook-off held during ScotHot, Scotland’s largest food, drink, hospitality and tourism show.
Fish and chips have long-been a popular meal choice for those who want a tasty treat. In Scotland, we are incredibly lucky to have so many good quality fish and chip shops on our doorstep, many of them award-winning. Locally sourced produce is a big draw for fish and chip fans, but it is also the location, excellent customer service, and sustainability of these chippies that keep the customers coming back for more. Here we have selected five of the best chippies in Scotland for you to try...
An Aberdeen University student is using a milestone birthday to raise funds for mental health charities.
A court today ordered the arrest of former Rangers star Bilel Mohsni over a dangerous driving charge.
Game Of Thrones star Maisie Williams is to visit St Andrews University next month.
Exclusivity and country charm lie at the heart of a stay at Rufflets.
Aberdeen’s west end has held onto its reputation as being one of the most expensive places in Scotland to live.
A man who took a cocktail of ecstasy and cocaine before going on a knife rampage - only stopping when police ran him over with a car and battered him with batons - was today jailed for more than three years.
A man is to stand trial accused of leaving a dog shut in a car on one of the hottest days of the year.
A man who took a cocktail of ecstasy and cocaine before going on a knife rampage only stopped trying to stab cops when they ran him over with a police car and battered him with batons, a court heard today.
Stephen Gallacher will go back to the drawing board this week as he tries to find a solution to his putting woes which cost him the chance of a second Dunhill Links Championship.
Tony Finau is ready to test his game to the maximum as he prepares to take on the challenge of links golf this week.
Scientists from St Andrews University believe they could have solved the long-standing mystery of why our planet is so wet.
My name is Rebecca and I am a holiday-o-holic. Ask anyone and they will tell you I am only happy when planning a holiday, heading abroad or booking my next adventure.
Police are appealing for help to try identify a swimmer found unconscious in the sea near St Andrews.
If the recent hot spell got you in the mood for that holiday feeling all year round, look no further than Westhill, the idyllic development set atop the tranquil Aberdeenshire town.
The Senior Open presented by Rolex will be staged for the first time over the famous Old Course at St Andrews from July 26-29.
There is always an element of mystery wrapped around a first visit to a new spa. Until you actually get there and submit yourself into the hands of a therapist, there is no way of knowing how much you will enjoy the experience.
An IT technician at a £33,000 a year boarding school who downloaded child abuse images on to a school laptop was today spared jail.
Ambitions to transform Oban into a coastal university town – on a par with St Andrews – have been revealed.
Barack Obama has teed off his first visit to Scotland with a round of golf in St Andrews.
On Wednesday, November 30, Scots across the world will raise a glass to their patron saint, St Andrew. Closer to home, a number of organised events are also taking place in and around St Andrew’s Day.
Parents have been given their first glimpse at proposals to merge a north-east special needs school with a new academy.
An Aberdeenshire mum who launched a petition to protect a special needs school from closure will take her fight to the council next week after gathering thousands of signatures.
Aberdeenshire council have made a swift U-turn over plans to consider closing a special needs school less than a week after parents and carers received a letter putting the facility's future in jeopardy.
An Aberdeenshire mum has launched a petition following Aberdeenshire Council proposals to consider closing a special needs school.
A unique “dining in the dark” experience – whose guest list has seen royalty as well as stars from the worlds of stage, screen and sport enjoy their restaurants in London, Paris, New York, St Petersburg and Dubai – is coming to Scotland for the first time this Easter.
In a tranquil corner of Fife, a charming country house hotel is snapping up top awards. Sonja Cox finds out what keeps people coming back for the Rufflets experience I felt like I'd stepped back in time as head housekeeper Heather took us up to our room, showing us around and telling us about Rufus the teddy bear, who should be placed outside your door when you don't want to be disturbed. A nice touch, I thought.
A preacher who took to a street in St Andrews to shout what has been described as an "aggressive message" got his comeuppance as he was drowned out by a rendition of Scotland the Brave.
Emergency services have been called to a chemical leak at a leisure centre in St Andrews.