Plans for a major health complex at Perth's biggest estate have been thrown into jeopardy, after its budget was sliced by more than 60%.
A radical shake-up of GP working conditions in Tayside could have severe unintended consequences for paramedics, a union has warned.
A man who claimed to have a bomb at one of London’s busiest rail stations has been arrested.
A near-five century-old Fife bridge is in dire need of repair, it has emerged.
Former Perth councillor Alistair "Jock" Munro has died after a long battle with cancer.
Mourners in Dundee and Angus face the biggest bills in the UK for cremating their loves ones.
Inspiration from the landscape is at the heart of an exhibition being held at the Tatha Gallery in Newport from this weekend featuring the work of gallery co-owner Helen Glassford and Edinburgh artists Kate Downie and Paul Furneaux.
Gambling software firm Playtech has been given the green light by Italy’s market authority to complete its 846 million euro (£741 million) takeover of rival Snaitech.
A Mearns community has rallied round to save a Dundee Boys’ Brigade camp after vandals struck.
Sickness absence within Fife Council last year cost taxpayers a staggering £16 million, a new report has revealed.
Arbroath tennis player Jonny O’Mara is the toast of Courier country after receiving his second wildcard entry to Wimbledon’s doubles event in two years.
A Dundee woman has said insult was added to injury after she was issued a parking fine while visiting her seriously ill father in an emergency ward at Ninewells Hospital.
A behavioural therapist is hoping to set up an early behaviour intervention centre, the first of its kind in Scotland, to help autistic children in Dundee and Angus.
A jury in Australia is deadlocked over whether a man is mentally fit to stand trial on charges that he murdered six people by driving a car through a crowd of people in Melbourne, the country’s second largest city.
Almost half of voters want a second referendum on Brexit, according to a new poll released on the eve of the second anniversary of the historic vote to leave the EU.
Flights from Dundee to Heathrow will be so popular that the likely new route should not require state subsidies, a Tory minister has predicted.
Maurizio Sarri is plotting a four-man raid on former club Napoli if he is made the new Chelsea boss, according to reports. Striker Dries Mertens, winger Jose Maria Callejon, full-back Elseid Hysaj and defender Raul Albiol have been linked as transfer targets if Sarri ends up in Antonio Conte’s office.
An award-winning Perth fencing club has scored a hit by becoming the best in Scotland in just four years.
A radical cleric has been sentenced to death by an Indonesian court for ordering Islamic State group-affiliated militants to carry out attacks including the January 2016 suicide bombing at a Starbucks in Jakarta.
A Fife man who vowed to kill his flatmate after returning home to find the locks changed has been jailed for four months.