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Sunday, March 18, 2018

Cyclist and Police officer argue over who has right of way

A cyclist has captured the moment he has an argument with a police officer over who has right of way - but who is in the wrong?

Hero bus driver to be commended for helping woman who fell on pavement

A hero off duty bus driver ran to the aid of a woman on crutches who fell and hit her head on a pavement in the capital.

Pedestrian who is almost knocked down chases and punches driver

Footage has emerged showing a panicked motorist speed off in terror after being viciously attacked by a pedestrian who walked in front of their car moments before.

Man charged in connection with serious road traffic offences

Police have arrested and charged a 26-year-old man in connection with a number of serious road traffic offences in Dalkeith.

Reckless driver swerves into outside lane narrowly avoiding smash

Shocking video shows a reckless driver almost cause a smash by veering into the outside lane of a motorway, forcing another motorist to slam on the brakes.

Moment little girl almost gets knocked down by reversing car

Video footage that shows a little girl almost get knocked down by a reversing car outside a supermarket has sparked online debate about who’s to blame.

Police appeal after window smashed and uniform stolen from vehicle

Officers are appealing for information after a window of a marked vehicle was smashed and uniform stolen in West Lothian.

Rush hour delays and diversions in capital due to car fire

A vehicle fire in the capital caused rush hour delays and bus diversions earlier this morning.

Glasgow City Council buy leased bin lorry driven by Harry Clarke

Glasgow City Council have bought the leased bin lorry driven by Harry Clarke to prevent the vehicle being put back on the road by its previous owners.

Lothian Buses announce fare increases and services improvements

Lothian Buses has today announced the cost of a single ticket will rise by 10p to £1.70 from Sunday 25th February 2018.

Taxi driver licenses suspended for illegally ranking outside Balmoral Hotel

Two taxi drivers in the Capital have had their licences suspended for illegally ranking outside the Balmoral Hotel.

Kincardine Bridge closed due to ‘concern for a person’

The Kincardine Bridge in Fife has been closed in both directions due to an 'ongoing police incident'.