Jordan Mullen appeared at Aberdeen Sheriff Court yesterday and pleaded guilty to being concerned in the supply of the class A drugs.
Four British men have been arrested in Australia and New Zealand following a drugs operation targeting a UK organised crime syndicate.
Middle-aged people are more likely to die from a fatal dose of drugs or suicide than any other generation, analysis suggests.
Armed police arrested a man on suspicion of drug offences in Camden this afternoon.
Drug deaths in the north-east are at their highest level since records began in 1996, according to new figures.
Drugs policy “failures” have been blamed for the rising death toll in Scotland.
Politicians and medics are calling for an urgent overhaul of drug policy after new figures indicated Scotland’s drugs deaths are at their worst level since records began, with the highest reported rate in Europe.
More than 1,100 people died from drugs in Scotland last year, new figures indicate – the worst total since records began, and higher than the reported rate for any other EU country.
Drug-deaths in the north-east are at their highest level in at least 10 years, new figures revealed today.
Dramatic footage has been released showing a US Coast Guard crew leaping on to a submarine during a drugs bust.
Nearly £150,000 of drugs have been seized by police in the north-east over a two-month period, new figures have revealed.
Drugs worth around £20,000 have been seized in Aberdeen
Drugs worth £1.5 million have been seized by police after a raid at an industrial estate in Glasgow.
Britain’s most senior police officer has said she personally looked at drug admissions made by the contenders for the Conservative Party leadership but there would not be enough evidence to bring charges.
A former lance corporal in the army who served in Afghanistan has avoided jail after being caught with thousands of pounds of cannabis.
A Home Office minister has been criticised over claims she has refused to give evidence to an inquiry about drug use in Scotland.
A police boss has blasted a north-east MP who claimed special centres where drug addicts can inject themselves safely don’t work.
Record numbers of north-east residents are injecting themselves with drugs in a quest for the perfect body.
Scotland’s public health minister has urged the UK Government to change drugs laws, after visiting a medically supervised safer drug consumption facility in Paris.
Childhood adversity can have a major impact on a person’s ability to make healthy life choices as they grow older, MPs have been told.
Three people have been charged after cocaine and heroin were seized in Aberdeen.
A review of standards at Birmingham’s Winson Green prison has questioned an “inexplicable” failure to secure funding for scanners to prevent drugs being smuggled into the jail.
The majority of drugs deaths occur among people who have experienced considerable adversity in their lives, often from a young age, research has found.
The Conservatives have called for alternative treatments for drug addicts as figures indicate hundreds of people were taken to hospital after overdosing on the heroin replacement methadone.
Michael Gove is facing calls to pull out of the Tory leadership race after admitting taking cocaine.
Tory leadership hopeful Michael Gove said he was lucky to have avoided going to prison for cocaine use but denied allegations of hypocrisy for criticising “middle-class professionals” who took drugs and wanted them to be legalised.
Tory leadership hopeful Michael Gove criticised “middle-class professionals” who took drugs and wanted them to be legalised in a 1999 column for The Times newspaper, it has emerged.
Australian authorities say that they have seized the country’s largest-ever haul of methamphetamine which was hidden in stereo speakers shipped from Bangkok.
Record amounts of cocaine are being seized in Europe and more frequently than ever before, an EU drugs report has claimed.
Drug-busting north-east police have been praised at Westminster.