Alison Skene, a long established Fife company director, has died at the age of 72.
OBITUARY: Former St Andrews United, Dunfermline Athletic and East Fife footballer Archie Finlay who played for Scotland alongside Denis Law dies aged 79
‘Cool under pressure and strong in the air’. That was the verdict of the St Andrews Citizen on 15 year-old centre half Archie Finlay who made his debut for St Andrews United against Glencraig Colliery in April 1955.
Rev Kenneth MacVicar, parish minister and chaplain to the Queen in Scotland, has died at the age of 95.
Bill Anderson MBE was a “true Highland games heavyweight legend” whose name was known in strongman circles around the world.
Montrose Football Club has paid tribute to Charlie Douglas, who played for the Links Park side in a life devoted to the game.
Former Press and Journal chief reporter Ethel Simpson, a “trailblazer” in journalism, has died aged 91.
Former Dundee journalist Dick Strachan has died in Roxburghe House at the age of 81.
Author and award-winning journalist Nicola Barry has died after a long illness. She was 66.
Former Perthshire vet Duncan McMartin died peacefully at home in the United States from complications following routine surgery.
Forfar has been saddened by the sudden death of businessman Alan White, who owned a successful town dairy for more than 30 years and was a prominent figure in many aspects of local life.