Authorities believe that the industrious farmers were accessing the site through the Crown Estate—neighboring land that belongs to the Queen of England.
In 2015, 706 people died due to drug abuse, an increase of 15 percent on the previous year.
They tried to stop the invasion in its tracks, if you will.
News: Scotland buys way, way, way more alcohol than the rest of Britain.
Photos taken for housing charity Shelter have finally been released to the public after a 45-year embargo.
A drunken seaman crashed a 432ft cargo ship into the Scottish coast after falling asleep at on duty.
The National Association of Funeral Directors has warned that their coffins are just too big for the furnace doors.
The Scotland trio is back after their award-winning debut 'Dead.'
Also this week: Some women attacked a man because he asked them to be quiet during a screening of 50 Shades of Grey.
The fracking industry is pretty confident about winning reluctant Scots over and dealing with any "hardcore" protesters.
Video games don't make you violent, but could their depictions of alcohol abuse be influencing real-life drinkers?
They reckon there are better ways of dealing with crime than locking people up, and if you make more jail space you're probably going to go ahead and fill it.