Dundee's finest are truly on fire again with yet another top-10 album, selling out their Barrowlands gig in December and adding another date at Scotland's most iconic venue.
Staff at the Doghouse are celebrating after booking agent Dougie Black won a top prize at the Scottish New Music Awards in Glasgow.
The Prom at Glamis returns to Angus next month, and The Courier website has five pairs of tickets to give away!
Revellers will be hoping to wallow in nostalgia rather than mud at this weekend's Rewind Festival.
Forget the Summer of Love, this year's offering has been aptly renamed the Summer of Mud but the organiser of Rewind Festival in Perthshire says the ''show will go on''.
It was celebration time in Dundee and Spain last night after The View chalked up another top-10 album.
Mud from the drenched site of T in the Park would have been found in all parts of the country as thousands of revellers made a mass exodus from the music festival on Monday.
T in the Park's ''incredible'' fans ignored the appalling conditions at Balado at the weekend, enjoying yet another festival party.
With only a small number of arrests and no major incidents, Tayside Police hailed this year's T in the Park festival a resounding success.
Against all the forecasts, T in the Park 2012 began in glorious sunshine with not a drop of rain in sight.