Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Dundee will launch their city centre Low Emission Zones (LEZ) shortly, joining Glasgow whose zone has ...
Julian Assange has won leave to make a fresh appeal against his extradition to the US on charges of leaking military secrets ...
A law student has spoken of developing an addiction to cheese so debilitating that she had no choice but to spend around ...
A solicitor has been struck from the roll for dishonesty after she forged a client's signature on a will. Natalie Bird, 46, formerly a director of Orkney-based D&H Law, admitted professional ...
Former UK home secretary Suella Braverman acted unlawfully when she used so-called ‘Henry VIII powers’ to restrict protest ...
Arrest warrants for Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Hamas leaders are among those being sought by the chief ...
The number of commercial property rent disputes between landlords and occupiers rose for the first time since 2016 as more ...
Mr Pennie trained and qualified with Falkirk firm Russel + Aitken where he gained experience of a variety of civil litigation ...
The Scottish ministers have appointed 128 members to the Social Security Chamber of the First-tier Tribunal for Scotland.
A legislator attempted to prevent a bill from being passed by physically grabbing the papers and attempting to run away with ...
Lindsays has appointed Doran Mitchell as a director in its private client team. Mr Mitchell said: “Lindsays, through its ...
Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP (WJM) has donated more than £4,314 to six local charities. The charities benefiting from ...