A £2 billion wind farm development off the Angus coast has taken a major step forward with the securing of several tier one supply agreements.
A Fife business owner has been forced to remove advertising signs in place for more than a decade after the council received a single complaint.
Health bosses are being urged to abandon plans to close St Andrews' GP out-of-hours service following the revelation a health centre in Dundee “often can’t cope” with north east Fife referrals.
Proposed changes to parking, taxi ranks and bus stops in Cowdenbeath town centre will be reviewed after a year amid concerns about congestion.
Bank of Scotland has been urged to "think again" before closing a busy branch in the centre of Dundee.
An Angus businesswoman who has used her personal life experiences and her police career to set up a flourishing business has had her work recognised with a top national award.
A church-run community fridge, which initially came up against opposition from businesses in Dundee's leafy West End has now won widespread backing.
An industry leader will launch a Europe-wide manifesto calling for gender equality in music, both on stage and behind the scenes.
Reckless vandals who have been tearing up a Fife football pitch by using it as a race track are placing young lives at risk and could force a local club to relocate altogether.
An Angus town famed for promoting traditional Scottish music has had two of its singers inducted into the national hall of fame.