A Tayside school teacher who was so popular she once received more than 200 cards for her birthday has died peacefully aged 82.
Former DC Thomson news editor Irene Rowe has died aged 73.
Former DC Thomson head of circulation and past deacon of Dundee Rotary Club Ian McGregor has died aged 77.
Alastair Fyfe, who spent nearly 50 years working for The Courier, has died at the age of 82.
A well-known golfer throughout Angus and Fife has died at the age of 88.
Businessman Gordon Mitchell, a leading figure in Scotland’s poultry and game industry for more than half a century, has died peacefully at home in Letham, Angus, at the age of 81.
Tributes have been paid to a popular Dundee boxer who enjoyed success as a professional fighter and helped to run a women's basketball team.
The funeral has taken place of 98-year-old retired Fife hairdresser Arthur Nevay who devoted his life to preserving social history in the heart of West Fife’s former mining communities.
A stalwart of junior football in the Dundee area and a huge fan of Dundee Football Club who once met Pele has died.
Well-known Tayside solicitor Kim Miller has died suddenly in Ninewells Hospital in Dundee at the age of 70.