As celebratory years go, 2016 was a perfect storm of design for Dundee. It was the first of our Dundee Design Festivals in West Ward Works, the Festival of Architecture with the finale in Dundee and lots of excellent new activity such as Make-Share from Creative Dundee - and it all fell under the unwieldy umbrella of the Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design
A woman who claims she was raped by two former Dundee United footballers was in need of an ambulance on the night she left a club, a security firm employee working at the venue has told a court.
A Perthshire driver who left a 14-year-old boy with horrendous injuries after ploughing into a parked car has avoided a jail term.
Police have carried out roadside searches as they investigate the death of a man found dead in an isolated farm after he left T In The Park.
A lion at Scotland's biggest safari park had to be destroyed after the pride leader bit though her spine.
A murderer said she could be suffering post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as a result of her crime – in which she killed an 63-year-old grandmother in a row over £5 and a cigarette.
A man who carried out a vicious and unprovoked attack on another male was jailed for eight-and-a-half years.
Britain's last elected communist official has retired from office.
A public inquiry is to be held into plans for a multi-million pound tennis and golf academy, backed by Andy Murray's mum Judy and former Ryder Cup captain Colin Montgomerie.
A Tesco worker who emailed himself copies of customer details from the supermarket giant's database has been fined.