It might be more than two years since T in the Park’s 20-year association with Perthshire came to a halt, but stay-at-home music fans were spoiled for choice with a run of high-profile concerts held in Courier country this summer.
A galaxy of colourful stars came out for Glenrothes Comic Con this weekend. Characters including Supergirl and Hagrid from the Harry Potter series joined forces with well-known writers and illustrators at the Michael Woods Sports and Leisure Centre.
Dundee's 2018 headlines were not just about the opening of the £80 million V&A — the year was filled with landmark events, both good and bad.
People power played a prominent role in the Angus year.
Penguin fever swept the nation when the fantastic Maggie’s Penguin Parade launched in June.
It was a year in which the world lost a genius, a president and a queen (of soul).
The glitz and glamour of The Open Championship arrived in Carnoustie in July, shining the spotlight on Courier country.
Espoir D’Allen was a shock winner of the Unibet Champion Hurdle after Buveur D’Air fell.
It's been yet another year of highs and lows across Fife in all walks of life, and our photographers have been out and about to capture the emotion of it all.
Sombre remembrance of the ANZAC forces who made the ultimate sacrifice many miles from home was paid within the peace of Arbroath’s Western Cemetery as the Angus graveyard took its traditional place within the international day of commemoration.