Prison service chiefs have confirmed they are considering more than 20 sites across Dundee - including the showpiece Waterfront - for a controversial female community custody unit.
Scotland's first new secondary school in more than 20 years is taking shape at the heart of a £1 billion Perthshire village.
More than 750 new licences for houses of multiple occupation (HMOs) have been issued in St Andrews since a moratorium was introduced with the aim of limiting the number in the town.
Sweaty palms? Trembling hands? Stumbling over your words? If you’ve ever experienced these symptoms while delivering a speech or addressing a group, you’re far from alone. Public speaking can be terrifying and yet it’s a vital skill to master and can stand you in good stead time after time.
Former Hearts striker turned landscape photographer Donald Ford tells
Michael Alexander how his new book marking the 175th anniversary of Carnoustie Golf Club captures a “remarkable” history that in many ways eclipses St Andrews.
Motorists on rural roads are being urged to take more care around horses and their riders to prevent injuries and even deaths.
A woman has died after being struck by a motorcycle in Fife’s East Neuk.
Shock tactics could be used to put the brakes on speeding drivers in Angus.
T in the Park boss Geoff Ellis is keeping tight-lipped about the festival's future after expanding his Glasgow TRNSMT show to two weekends.
A relic of Fife’s coalmining heritage is being restored to working order by a group of railway enthusiasts.
Concerns have been expressed that a busy Dundee road is being used as a "rat-run" by heavy goods vehicles.
A Perthshire photographer is hoping to do for an ancient style of photography what music enthusiasts have done for vinyl.
A Brechin woman is appealing for Scots to support her Nicaraguan adventure and help people in a country badly affected by poverty.
Courier Country showed its support for Children in Need.
The Kingsway was closed for a brief period on Friday night following a crash. Police Scotland closed both sides of Dundee’s dual carriageway after an accident. The road was reopened before 11pm. A police spokesperson confirmed a diversion is currently in place and that the person involved in the crash suffered “minor injuries”.
A man has been detained following an "isolated disturbance" in Dundee's West End.
A man has been struck by a car in Glenrothes. The town’s Leslie Road was closed for a period on Friday night as emergency services treated the male victim. The pedestrian in question has been transferred to hospital. A police spokesperson confirmed his injuries are not thought to be life threatening.
Tickets still remain for a fundraising evening launched to mark the life of a well-loved Dundee man.
Amanda Kopel has been named Public Campaigner of the Year at the Scottish Politician of the Year awards.
Police are hunting two hooded men who were disturbed during a break-in to a house in Newtyle.