A pair of online drug dealers have been made to pay back more than half a million pounds of their profits from selling so-called legal highs.
An Aberdeen man who ran a shop as a front for selling so-called “legal highs” has succeeded in a bid to have his prison sentence cut.
New laws on legal highs came into force today, which could see so-called head shops closed down.
A blanket ban on so-called legal highs is now in force, amid questions over how far it will deter users and warnings it could drive dealers on to the “dark web”.
An Aberdeen shopkeeper selling legal highs has become the first in Scotland to be convicted under legislation brought in to protect the public from harm.
ABERDEEN City Council may be left to pick up the tab for part of a national crackdown on so-called legal highs, Scottish Conservatives have warned.
"LEGAL highs" worth more than £100,000 have been seized in Aberdeen in just one day.
FEARS have been raised after wrappers from so-called legal highs were reportedly found at an Aberdeen primary school.
PEOPLE in their 60s have been hospitalised after taking so-called legal highs, a top doctor has said.
THE Scottish Ambulance Service has attended more than 200 call-outs in the North-east for cases involving legal highs in the past year.
A DRUG addict today told how a pilot scheme in Aberdeen has helped him take the first steps to recovery - after being referred while in a prison cell.
THE owners of a shop linked to legal highs which was shut by police this month have opened a new store in Aberdeen city centre.
A SHOP selling legal highs in Aberdeen has been ordered to shut down by police.
A TEENAGER today spoke of being put into care, dropping out of school and stealing for a fix after becoming addicted to legal highs.