A convoy of classics helped make a new fundraiser for Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance a soaraway success. Over 60 stunning vehicles enjoyed Angus at is best on the inaugural Strathmore Classic Car Tour organised by Forfar Rotary Club, taking in local towns and villages as well as a lunch stop at Glen Clova.
Hundreds of people visited the new Slessor Gardens at Dundee waterfront to play their part in a performance art project to temporarily rebuild the Royal Arch.
Thouands of people are expected to flock to Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design (DJCAD) to see art works by more than 300 final-year students.
Ideal conditions meant records tumbled at the 10th Etape Caledonia on May 8. Here are a selection of our photos of riders reaching the finish line in Pitlochry.
Thousands of cyclists took part in the 10th Etape Caledonia on May 8, and were treated to fabulous weather. Olympic champion Chris Boardman was race mascot and led the riders off from Pitlochry High Street. All photos by The Courier’s Kris Miller
There was despair for some, and joy for others, as Dundee United were relegated in the city derby. Fans in the ground and in pubs and homes across Dundee watched as goals from Kane Hemmings and local boy Craig Wighton consigned United to the Championship after Edward Ofere had given them hope of at least temporary survival.
Around 80 classic cars passed through Perthshire on the Scottish Malts Rally. The drivers delighted locals as they crossed the Logierait Bridge as they tour distilleries around the country.
The Links Market returned to Kirkcaldy for another year, with thousands enjoying the carnival rides on offer.