SNP councillors embroiled in an argument over the use of visitor parking spaces have said opposition party councillors made "reckless" allegations in an attempt to "damage" their reputations.
Scotland’s oldest graduate is bidding to undertake his ninth degree – at the age of 87.
A hearing charity is fighting to prevent being forced to close one of its vital help services in the city.
Cans of Tennent's lager will be the first in the country to carry new guidelines recommending adults do not consume more than 14 units of alcohol a week.
A new arts festival showcasing the best in Perth's creative talent is to take place at the end of March.
Administration councillors who "dodged" car parking charges by using designated visitor spaces should pay the money back, according to opposition parties.
A landlord has been accused of employing "Donald Trump-style" tactics after building an unpopular wall to stop people walking through a car park.
Dundee Operatic Society are squeezing as many rehearsal hours in as they legally can, in preparation for their upcoming production of Legally Blonde.
Dundee's newest community council will meet with the manager of the city centre to hear plans on concerts set for the waterfront in the summer.
A business owner hopes to bring back the "buzz" to the West End with the reopening of a vacant supermarket.