A new series of bite size workshops are being launched in Angus to inspire any budding entrepreneurs in the area to turn their idea into a business.
First-time buyers are still struggling to get their first foot on the property ladder, despite increased activity in the housing market.
Forfar town centre has received a welcome shot in the arm with the arrival of bakery firm Greggs.
Dundee is outperforming all but two cities in the UK when it comes to the number of new businesses being launched despite an overall drop in the number of companies based in the city.
A process has been approved which would allow Aberdeenshire Council proposals to sell off or lease out its caravan parks.
Supporters of Cowdenbeath FC had the opportunity to give their backing to the club's planned move to a new stadium.
Fife has given a warm welcome to visitors from China, South Africa and London for the Tartan Day Scotland international golf challenge 2011.
A breakfast debate on renewable energy has heard calls for business leaders to "get out there and get into it."
Fife Chamber of Commerce has called on the next Scottish Government to end the country's reliance on the public sector.
Administrators of high street store Alworths have voiced confidence that the chain will be taken over.