Ambulance bosses have admitted that a man died in his garden as overstretched crews dealt with an “exceptionally high level” of emergency calls.
Investigation launched after ambulance took 90 minutes to reach north-east man who lay dying in his garden
Ambulance chiefs have launched an investigation after it took 90 minutes to reach a man who lay dying in his garden.
The Ministry of Defence should be stripped of its immunity from prosecution after being blamed for the deaths of three reservists on a special forces selection march, families have said.
Two SAS servicemen have been acquitted of charges in relation to a march on the Brecon Beacons in which three reservists died.
No concerns were raised about the medical plan for a 16-mile march in the Brecon Beacons in which three reservists died, a board heard.
Two SAS soldiers have gone on trial by court martial over the deaths of three reservists on a 16-mile march in the Brecon Beacons.
The plastic problem in our seas was brought starkly into focus during an Aberdeen beach clean at the weekend.
An environmental charity is holding a beach clean this week – hoping to be part of the biggest nationwide one ever.
Tyres, fencing and a golf flag are just some of the items volunteers collected during an emergency beach clean in Aberdeen.
A former prison guard has spoken of his surprise after he received a gift from the elite squad of soldiers who rescued him during a hostage crisis.
‘You knew there was a chance an inmate might try to stab you and you had to expect that – it was an ongoing thing’
New images of the infamous Peterhead prison riots have gone on show to mark today’s 30th anniversary of the dramatic events.
A North-east oil worker is preparing to take part in a punishing fitness challenge
It’s no secret that Channel 4′s SAS Who Dares Wins is a brutal test of the physical and mental strength of its contestants, but the second episode of series two seemed particularly tough.