Athlete Eilish McColgan took time out from her determined bid to qualify for a second Olympics to present the Lindsays Trophy for cross country participation in Scotland to 2016 winners, Giffnock North AAC.
Former Wimbledon Champion Pat Cash is to return to the Scotland to join fellow legends Tim Henman, Greg Rusedski, Thomas Enqvist and Cédric Pioline at the Brodies Invitational at Gleneagles on June 10/11.
A 77-year-old erotic novel writer who died during a solo sex act was described as passing "in flagrante delicto" by an English coroner. Terence Charles Wakelin, writer of titles like Love Slave, was discovered dead by a friend, surrounded with an assortment of "accoutrements" including electric nipp
A Scottish conveyancing solicitor who acted in a series of transactions where the loan paid by the mortgage lender to the purchaser of the property “significantly exceeded” the actual price paid to the seller has been found guilty of “professional misconduct”. Sheena Savage, a former anti-mo
The Law Society of Scotland has paid tribute to past president Michael Park CBE, who passed away on 25 May. Current president of the Law Society, Christine McLintock, said: "Michael was an excellent president and worked tirelessly to represent Scottish solicitors. We were sad to hear the news of his
Professor Lorne Crerar Harper Macleod has won a double appointment to advise Historic Environment Scotland (HES), the new public body which brings together Historic Scotlandand the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historic Monuments of Scotland.
The cohort of former Royal Bank of Scotland business customers who have amalgamated to launch a class action lawsuit against the still 73 per cent state-owned, bailed-out bank over its handling of businesses in distress have created a new website to appeal for witnesses.
A ban on new psychoactive substances, also known as "legal highs", comes into force today across the UK, despite controversy over how successfully it will deter people from using the substances. Those found guilty of acting against these prohibited acts may face up to seven years in prison under the
The General Court has annulled the Commission’sdecision classifying the unlimited implied guarantee granted by France to one of its public establishment as state aid. The Commission failed to explain or prove that that guarantee has the effect of conferring an actual economic advantage on the Inst