A shepherd has lost her latest court battle against a windfarm on the Angus and Perthshire border, despite her concerns about “highly protected” local wildlife.
More than 30 Tayside and Fife council workers earned more than £100,000 last year, according to a “rich list” of top local authority earners.
The Glenisla Highland and Friendly Society held its 148th annual gathering. The results are as follows:
One of Scotland’s best-loved folk music weekends began on Friday with a celebration of a Blairgowrie woman who sang for a Pope, US president, and the Queen.
Shining stars from the world of professional wrestling have gathered in Dundee today for a local company’s “supershow” of the year.
A fictional account of how one of Scotland’s most feared cannibal myths was born will be published next month.
An army of more than 1,000 carers will be trained in Angus if health chiefs get a £2.1 million healthcare war chest from the Tay Cities Deal.
The sound of helicopter blades reverberated around the Angus glens during a major operation to rebuild upland paths by hand.
A new project may rock modern ideas that the ancient Picts were "savages", according to an Angus expert.
A “land girl” who was decorated by the Queen for services to her country during the Second World War has died, aged 98.