Alison Napier, 61, wrote her own obituary just a few weeks before her death on August 8:
Pioneering social media work by a volunteer at Rachel House Children's Hospice in Kinross has been celebrated at a national awards ceremony.
The upturn in Scotland's energy sector is having a knock on effect for property markets in Tayside and Fife, it has emerged.
Negotiations will continue on how to spend an extra £50 million of investment promised by the Scottish Government as part of the Tay Cities Deal.
Tay Cities Deal allies have signed off an historic document that promises to unlock thousands of jobs and lever in more than £700 million of investment.
A lifeboat crew was called away from its sun-kissed open day celebrations to help a nearby boat in trouble.
A Fife police officer who was injured in the arrest of Sheku Bayoh is taking legal action against her bosses, claiming they refused to let her retire early on medical grounds.
Fife police hunting for missing student Duncan Sim have released fresh CCTV footage.
Action being taken by councils to curb the menace of fly-tipping could result in a - hopefully temporary - surge in incidents.
Illegal fly-tipping is costing Scotland more than £100 million a year, The Courier can reveal.