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After more than two-and-a-half years of court proceedings, the 35-year-old pled guilty to fraudulently securing 1,287,955 for two mortgages.
A bank boss, who is accused of causing death by dangerous driving following a collision on the A1 in Northumberland, has no memory of the incident 'in any way, shape or form', a court has heard.
The Tayroots Family and Local History Day in Arbroath's Webster Memorial Theatre on Sunday, 6 April will provide a host of opportunities for anyone keen to trace their family tree and discover more about their Scottish ancestors and the lives they led.
What do you do when you can't wait inside the car for even one more minute!? You lay on the horn for 15 minutes -- like this dog! Reports say some guys in Dundee, Scotland, heard the 18-month-old pup named Fern's honking and thought she was an 'impatient driver'!
Their Louis series has received several prestigious awards and has received support from Creative Scotland and the Scottish Arts Council.
Fraserburgh couple James and Helen Simpson , known affectionately as Jimmy and Nellie, have celebrated 60 years of marriage.
A FUND set up two years ago to help bring international conferences to Scotland has attracted 46 events expected to generate more than 100 million in delegate spend between now and 2021.
For the past six months a multi-million pound US TV series has been filming in Scotland but there is still no word on if it will be shown in the UK.
Angus Council has given assurances that there will be no delay to the community campus project after bats were discovered at the current site.
Pictured at the prize-giving are, back from left - Scott Ballantyne, Forfar Rotary Club; Paula Elvin, Astute; Ian Callum; Gordon Peterkin and Duncan Low; centre - Gemma Fraser, Hugo Morrow and Sureshta Singh and front - Nadia Assakali and McKenzie Sutherland.
According to Tuesday's publication of The Courier , an impatient dog in Dundee, Scotland, drew quite a crowd after she decided to lay on the car horn while her owner was visiting a gallery in the area.
Event Guide: Councillor Sheila Hands with Stuart Scott of Stuart s Fresh Fish at the launch of the Tartan Day Guide.
Project officer Cathie Kelly, 59, described how she was hurt as she tried to make it back to the safety of her office.
THE campaign to persuade Scots that a No vote in September's referendum would produce positive change for the country has begun in earnest after heavyweights Gordon Brown and Sir Menzies Campbell demanded more powers for Holyrood.
THE SNP is facing calls to sack the deputy leader of the party on Scotland's largest local authority after he was found guilty of acting in a threatening or abusive manner.