As young people spend an increasing amount of time online, gaming and on social media, it can often feel like they are speaking a foreign language to those around them.
For more than a century Dundonian women have been hailed as hardworking, feisty and strong-willed.
Misbehaving motorists will be targeted next week in a crackdown of the most basic driving discrepancies.
A new campaign to fight online bullying has been launched in Tayside.
Police have pledged to crack down on speeding around Perthshire schools.
A Perth man who has collected hundreds of coffee cups from the sides of local roads has been recognised with a national award.
Perthshire comedian Bruce Fummey is taking the words of the Bard to the Far East as he prepares to perform at a Burns supper in Asia.
A young leukaemia survivor is asking people to get behind a charity which helped her, ahead of World Cancer Day next month.
Historic documents have been released showing Mary Queen of Scots protected surgeons from going into battle, paving the way for the Geneva Convention 300 years before it came into force.
Plans to get fit are commonplace in January but now even dogs are donning their sweatbands and getting involved.