Councillors will consider a radical cross-border proposal to create a shared campus serving pupils from Angus, Dundee and Perth and Kinross at committee meetings later this month.
Serena Williams continued to steamroller her way through the Australian Open draw but Naomi Osaka and Elina Svitolina both survived serious scares to reach the fourth round.
At least 21 people have been killed and more than 70 others injured after a fiery explosion at a pipeline leaking fuel in central Mexico.
A new project which aims to support people living with dementia, depression and loneliness by helping them relive memories of watching or playing sport is being launched in Fife.
Scotch whisky staff across Fife have teamed up with East Fife FC to tackle the scourge of alcohol misuse.
Vacant Forfar land is being lined up for a development of small business starter units.
Squash enthusiasts are gearing up for a major international tournament in Perth after a successful fundraising campaign.
A care provider has been blasted for halting assistance with only a day’s warning for a Dunfermline woman paralysed by a stroke.
A music boss has vowed to keep bringing top superstar acts to Montrose, whatever the future might hold for MoFest.
An Angus man who drove into the path of an oncoming vehicle has kept his licence.
Police investigating the murder of a security guard at a New Year’s Eve party in Park Lane have appealed for information about two “dangerous individuals”.
A Hungarian lorry driver given a six-month suspended jail term for trying to strangle his wife while she held their son in her arms at a hospital has won a family court fight over the youngster.
The latest on the Duke of Edinburgh’s car crash, Brexit and car parking charges for employees all make the front of Saturday’s papers.
The pioneering work of James Watt will be celebrated by the University of Glasgow with a year of events marking 200 years since the engineer’s death.
An “historic and generation-defining failure” by the Conservatives on Brexit strengthens the case for Scottish independence, the SNP has claimed.
Superdrug will screen Botox customers for mental health problems after the NHS urged it to check for conditions such as body dysmorphic disorder.
Prison officers in Scotland are exposed to “unnecessary risk” because the Scottish Government does not routinely provide body-worn cameras, the Scottish Conservatives have said.
Labour is calling for an “open and frank debate” to break the Commons deadlock over Brexit.
A US judge has sentenced former Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke to nearly seven years in prison over the 2014 shooting death of black teenager Laquan McDonald.
Niko Kovac was full of praise for his side’s “sensational” first-half performance as they closed the gap with table-toppers Borussia Dortmund to three points following a 3-1 win at Hoffenheim.