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Death of employee was down to director's inexperience and ignorance of the law

Death of employee was down to director's inexperience and ignorance of the law

Death of employee was down to director's inexperience and ignorance of the law

COMPANY director escape jail sentence.


Man charged in connection with armed robbery in Buckie

Man charged in connection with armed robbery in Buckie

Man charged in connection with armed robbery in Buckie

Man (29) charged over attempted robbery.


Amendments to Bill proposed to safeguard freedom of speech

Amendments to Bill proposed to safeguard freedom of speech

Amendments to Bill proposed to safeguard freedom of speech

Conviction for stirring up hatred would be possible only when it was shown that someone intended to stir up hatred through their actions or behaviour.


Knife-wielding drunk threatened to slit 'hostages' throats during Covid-19 lockdown siege at house in Elgin

Knife-wielding drunk threatened to slit 'hostages' throats during Covid-19 lockdown siege at house in Elgin

Knife-wielding drunk threatened to slit 'hostages' throats during Covid-19 lockdown siege at house in Elgin

A MAN at the centre of a four hour siege in Elgin has been jailed for 14 months.


Moray fisherman defrauded HMRC of £90,000

Moray fisherman defrauded HMRC of £90,000

Moray fisherman defrauded HMRC of £90,000

ALAN Hunter evaded paying tax for five years.


Charges brought after Inverurie drug searches

Charges brought after Inverurie drug searches

Charges brought after Inverurie drug searches

Officers conducted a drug search warrant at Middle Park, Inverurie and stopped a vehicle the following day near Blackburn.


Sentence reduction for Turriff killer

Sentence reduction for Turriff killer

Sentence reduction for Turriff killer

An appeal at the High Court has seen Liam Hay's conviction reduced from 19 years to 16 years for the murder of Anthony McGladrigan


Killer set to appeal sentence

Killer set to appeal sentence

Killer set to appeal sentence

The High Court of Justiciary will hear the appeal case of Liam Hay who was jailed in January for the murder of Anthony McGladrigan.


Former First Minister acquitted

Former First Minister acquitted

Former First Minister acquitted

Alex Salmond has been acquitted of attempted rape and a series of sexual assaults with 12 not guilty and one not proven verdict returned by a jury.


Conviction in £12.9million fraud case

Conviction in £12.9million fraud case

Conviction in £12.9million fraud case

Over a period between 2001 and 2014 Alistair Greig took money which he claimed to have placed in high interest bank accounts


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