The campaign to stage Perth's first ever Pride celebration has received cash backing from councillors.
A £1 million Angus Council project to demolish eight flats and replace them with four large family homes in Arbroath has been completed.
The UK’s highest court is to rule on the case of a heterosexual couple who want the right to have a civil partnership.
The daughter of a prominent bandmaster who co-founded the Perth Youth Orchestra has said a planned tuition fee hike will undermine her father's legacy and turn the city into a "musical vacuum".
Canada has announced billions of dollars in retaliatory tariffs against the US.
The Court of Appeal is to rule on a challenge by a terminally ill man against a “blanket ban” on assisted dying.
A further £140,000 will be spent expanding Perth and Kinross Council's controversial brown bin tax, it has emerged.
“No man can become rich without enriching others.”
The price of demolishing the historic Damacre Centre in Brechin has rocketed after asbestos was unexpectedly found in the building.
Aberdeenshire, and the North-East generally, have lost many distilleries over the decades, but those which have survived are currently thriving. These include Fettercairn, Royal Lochnagar, Glengarioch, Macduff/Glen Deveron, Ardmore, Glendronach, Glenglassaugh and the quaintly-named An Cnoc.