Thousands of Scottish independence supporters marched through Perth on September 7 as campaign group All Under One Banner brought one of their biggest protests yet to the Fair City. Here are a selection of photos from the day. For more on the march, click here
Hundreds of cyclocross enthusiasts from across Scotland descended on Montrose on Sunday to take part in a thrilling competition at the East Links.
Thousands of Scottish Independence supporters brought Dundee to a standstill on Saturday as they took to the streets of the city.
Crowds turned up for a thrilling night of wrestling at Dundee’s Caird Hall on Saturday night. A number of international and home-grown wrestling talent thrilled fans at Scottish Wrestling Entertainment’s annual Hell for Lycra. For the full story, click here.
Thousands of people made their way to the Fair City on Saturday for the inaugural Perthshire Pride celebration. The event drew large crowds to Perth Concert Hall plaza for a packed programme of live music, speeches, theatre and dance. Read the full article on Perthshire Pride here.
Around 15,000 revellers turned out for this year’s WestFest Big Sunday in Dundee’s West End. The week-long community festival culminated in a varied line-up of musicians including Bombskare, Coconut Groove, The Mnemonics, Dundee Schools Rock Band and Buffalo Soldiers, who played at Magdalen Green on Sunday. For more, click here.
Sunshine and smiles were the order of the day at Perth Racecourse's annual Ladies Day.
Perth's festive season kicked off in earnest on Saturday with a day of family fun marking the switching on of the lights.
Newly-signed World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) stars faced off against homegrown talent for the Hell for Lycra XIV event at Dundee’s Caird Hall on Saturday.
A Dundee park wall has been brilliantly transformed by a team of graffiti artists. More than 20 people redecorated the city’s DPM Park, off of Mains Road, on the site of the old Dundee Pasteurised Milk Factory at the weekend.