A pledge to scrap graduation fees has been welcomed by a Dundee woman who campaigned against the charge.
The head of VisitScotland has said Perth has a "strong case" for being the new home of the Stone of Destiny.
An American who lives in Tayport hopes plans to introduce his national sport to the region will be knocked out the park.
UPDATE: A police spokesman has confirmed that the incident has been dealt with successfully and the bridge will be reopening soon. The Tay Road Bridge was closed in both directions nearly an hour ago.
Plea for victims of Islamophobia to report incidents to create clearer picture of religious intolerance
Muslim people are turning the other cheek to verbal assaults rather than report them to police, it has been claimed in the wake of new figures that suggest religious bigotry has reduced in Dundee.
A Fife woman has said she will not return to Dundee's Slessor Gardens for a concert after organisers lost an "expensive" bottle of perfume.
Angus Smith, who grew up in Broughty Ferry and spent his last few decades in Dunfermline, has died aged 81.
A Dundee man has been left penniless until September — because he applied for benefits too early.
A Dundee pensioner has appeared in court accused of leaving a Fife cyclist to die on a country road following a car accident.
UPDATE: The bridge has been reopened in both directions.