A 20-year-old who almost killed a young dad in a vicious revenge stabbing in a Fife street, has been jailed for five years.
A potential £10 billion of offshore renewables development off the Tay and Fife coast has been unlocked after a court ruling.
The Dundee minister of St Peters Free Church has called on two of the country's ecumenical branches to reunite after more than 170 years apart.
Scottish Rugby’s past president Ian Rankin will attempt two of Scotland’s most gruelling cycle runs covering nearly 150 miles to raise funds for rugby players fallen on hard times.
A striking exhibition of black and white images shot aboard North Sea fishing boats has gone on display in Montrose.
They are world-renowned for their brawn, but Angus-based Royal Marines have been part of a cutting-edge exercise demonstrating the brainpower needed to win future wars — with Superman’s brother in a starring role.
Highland Games fans are being given the unique opportunity to become have-a-go heroes in the grounds of historic Glamis Castle this weekend.
Dundee's unique status as a UNESCO City of Design could be of help it secure the European Capital of Culture title in 2023, according to one of the masterminds behind the Danish city of Aarhus' successful bid.
Cornell du Preez took huge pride in getting his first Scotland cap but intends the result for his second to be much more in keeping.
The University of St Andrews has been accused of prejudice against college students by a top government adviser.