Lingerie tycoon Michelle Mone has been disqualified from driving for six months after admitting speeding.
COURTS are introducing routine video-conferencing, a major electronic archive and wi-fi in every building under a broader revolution in digital justice to save up to £25 million a year.
Seven people have been arrested in a police crackdown on domestic abuse and sexual crimes.
FORMER News of the World deputy editor Neil Wallis and former features editor Jules Stenson have appeared in court over allegations of phone hacking.
A SPEEDING drink driver killed a teenage friend in a crash after spending hours downing pints and shots at a wedding reception.
Two men were today reported to the fiscal in connection with an alleged rape in Glasgow.
A FOOTBALL fan who maintained he was "a careful and competent driver" has been jailed for three years after killing a woman with his car.
Two men who were jailed for life for murdering three members of a family in a house fire have launched appeals against their convictions.
work will begin later this month to check the accuracy of crime recording across Scotland, inspectors have told MSPs.
SIR Cliff Richard has pulled out of a charity event after finding himself at the centre of a police sex abuse investigation.
A CONVICTED paedophile branded a "dangerous psychopath" by a judge is in line for a second compensation windfall from prison chiefs after complaining about his toothache treatment.
A POSTMAN who secretly hid more than 5,000 items he was supposed to deliver blamed Royal Mail bosses for working him too hard.
MAX Clifford has been allowed out of prison to attend his brother's funeral.
THE business editor of The Scotsman and Scotland on Sunday newspapers has been fined £500 and made the subject of a three-year non-harassment order after being found guilty of stalking a PR consultant with whom he had been in a relationship.
A senior journalist has been fined £500 and given a three-year non-harassment order after found guilty of stalking a female PR consultant with whom he had been in a relationship.
A law that gives people the right to know if their partner has a history of domestic violence will be piloted in Aberdeen and Ayrshire.