Angus councillors have made another partial u-turn in the latest troubled chapter relating to how the area’s skip sites are run.
The University of St Andrews has been urged to ditch plans for a wind farm following another setback for the decade-old project.
The words of author and playwright Liz Lochhead will take centre stage in an unusual collaborative event at this year’s Kinross-shire Winter Festival.
The company in charge of the contentious Ninewells Hospital car park has refused to say if prices will rise for a fourth consecutive year.
A sheriff has ordered a full medical update on a Forfar assault victim before he passes sentence on the man who attacked him.
Holiday Inn-owner InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has reported rising third quarter revenues as tourists returned to Europe following last year’s terror attacks and as hurricanes battered North America.
Dundee's first official Pride event has taken a major step forward with a new board set up to help organise the parade.
Twenty two years after the break-up of Dire Straits, the band’s bassist John Illsley talks to Michael Alexander about being back on the road with a new band as he heads to Dundee and Kinross on October 26 and 27.
Dr Richard Freeman has resigned from his role with British Cycling due to ill health.
Only a handful of people have queued up in Dundee city square to get tickets for Gary Barlow's highly-anticipated Caird Hall gig.
Organisers of Fife’s smallest organised bonfire and fireworks display fear this year’s event could be the last due to dwindling funds.
The children who make up most of the nearly 600,000 Rohingya Muslims who have fled violence in Burma are experiencing a “hell on earth” in overcrowded, muddy and squalid refugee camps in neighbouring Bangladesh, Unicef has said.
A Perth football fan whose father died just months before their team won the Scottish Cup is backing a campaign to raise funds for vital research into cancer treatments.
Dundee quartet Stoor are taking part in the 20th anniversary Jockrock which takes place in Glasgow on October 20.
EU leaders have made clear to Theresa May that she must make more concessions on Britain’s Brexit divorce payment in order to unlock talks on a future trading relationship.
What the papers say
Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil has told his team-mates he will sign for Manchester United, according to the Mirror. The Germany international is out of contract at the end of the season and Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has admitted they could end up selling him in January. The paper says he is confident he will move to Old Trafford.
Almost half of low earners are cutting back on basics like food so they can afford the rent, a new report suggests.
Troubled outsourcing and construction group Interserve has won a £227 million Government contract, a day after issuing a profit warning that saw its shares plunge.