A major new housing development to the west of Dundee has taken a step forward with the submission of plans to the council.
What the papers say
David Luiz could be on his way out of Stamford Bridge in the transfer window, according to the Daily Mail. The Brazilian has reportedly fallen out with manager Antonio Conte after a defeat to Roma in the Champions League in October, and both Real Madrid and Juventus could make a move for the 30-year-old defender in January.
A Perth school is celebrating after winning £7,500 of funding for an innovative project which allows the elderly to escape the confines of their homes and take to the open road.
President Donald Trump has said he is not considering firing special counsel Robert Mueller even as his administration was again forced to grapple with the growing Russia probe that has shadowed the White House for much of his initial year in office.
Mikael Lustig is looking for Celtic to get back to winning ways against Partick Thistle on Wednesday night after their 69-game unbeaten domestic run was ended by Hearts on Sunday.
Cao Yupeng missed a match-ball black that might haunt him for years to come as Neil Robertson took the Scottish Open title.
He was the Italian football hero who disappeared from the game and became a racing pigeon champion in Arbroath.
Fife Council and Scottish Enterprise remain in daily contact with BiFab as the company prepares to enter 2018 with its long-term fate still far from certain.
Soaring property prices in Perth and Kinross have overtaken oil-rich Aberdeen for the first time.
A Scots war hero’s medals went under the hammer in Montrose on Saturday.
LeBron James notched his second triple-double in two games as the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Washington Wizards 106-99 on Sunday night.
Let's hope there aren't too many bottles of aftershave under the St Johnstone FC Christmas tree - because the club is once again lending its support to the ARCHIE Foundation’s annual Beards for Bairns campaign.
Police have issued a warning to parents after children were caught risking life and limb on frozen Forfar Loch.
EasyJet has confirmed the acquisition of part of bankrupt German carrier Air Berlin in a deal worth 40 million euro (£35.2 million).
Power has been fully restored at the world’s busiest airport after more than 1,000 flights were grounded just days before the start of the Christmas travel rush.
A taxi driver has been arrested over the murder of a British embassy worker in Beirut whose body was found dumped by a motorway.
Health bosses will use the latest technology to try to cope with surges in demand on services this winter.
A prehistoric timber trackway, a gravestone to a war horse and the gardens where Billy Butlin opened his first holiday camp are among the more unusual historic sites protected this year.
The head of a UK aid charity has said the Rohingya people are victims of “crimes against humanity”.
A children’s charity said it is referring an average of 90 calls a week to police and social services over concerns a young person has been sexually assaulted.