It's not even the end of January, but already 2018 is shaping up to be one of the biggest years for live music that Courier Country has experienced in a long time.
Organisers were left delighted after a larger crowd than was expected made their way to Cupar Highland Games at the weekend. North East Fife MSP and Scottish Lib Dem leader Willie Rennie was named the chieftain as the event entered its 40th year.
The Kingdom's favourite musical duo have returned with a new Christmas cracker sure to fill music fans across the globe with festive cheer.
Flood warnings have been issued for the rivers Tay, Isla, Lyon and Earn as Tayside endures a downpour of rain - with a local caravan park and golf course both said to be at risk.
Tay Cities Deal signed: Full list of local projects due to benefit from millions of pounds of investment
Local council leaders have formally signed the historic £700 million Tay Cities Deal.
A Fife musical tour de force has returned with a song celebrating romance, love and youth ahead of Valentine's Day.
A man who took a cocktail of ecstasy and cocaine before going on a knife rampage, only stopping when police ran him over with a car and battered him with batons, has been jailed for more than three years.
A man on a cocktail of ecstasy and cocaine attempted to stab police officers during a drug-fuelled knife rampage in St Andrews, a court heard.
Tayside and Fife predicted to endure weeks of freezing temperatures and snow as ‘beast from the east’ arrives
A blast of cold weather from Russia is expected to bring a big freeze which will endure across Tayside and Fife for weeks.
‘There is no Beast from the East III’: Tayside and Fife due to get cold this weekend….but not THAT cold
Tayside and Fife will not be in for a third blast of freezing winter weather from Eastern Europe, according to forecasters.