A senior councillor has said proposals put forward to replace the fire-hit pavilion in Mill o'Mains betray the memory of the late councillor Brian Gordon.
Ten young women from all sectors of agriculture will attend next month’s Ethical Farming Conference free after applying for bursaries from the Scottish Government’s Regional Food Fund.
Two teenagers have been arrested by police in connection with the murder of journalist Lyra McKee in Northern Ireland.
The Scottish fruit industry’s wooing of Romanian and Bulgarian pickers looks like it has paid off for this season.
Two police officers linked to the death in custody of Kirkcaldy man Sheku Bayoh are being allowed to retire early.
Oil industry executive in court for threats and attacks on family members offers to pay fine at £50 a week
An oil industry executive who abused a female family member and slapped a male family member offered to pay a fine at £50 per week.
Angus Minstrels to say farewell to showbiz after almost 60 years entertaining audiences and raising charity money
Members of a Tayside entertainment institution will step out on stage for a final curtain call later this year.
A Perth city centre church that is earmarked for demolition could be sitting on a wealth of medieval secrets.
A Conservative MSP has urged staff at Ninewells Hospital to throw their weight behind a campaign to scrap hospital parking charges.
A discarded crisp packet from the early 1970s was found by volunteers during a litter-pick in Perth.