An Angus pervert will be sentenced next month after admitting sending a flood of sexually explicit text messages to a 14-year-old girl.
Plans have come forward for a Pagan worship site on part of a farm field in rural Angus.
A Vietnamese businessman has admitted housing and employing illegal immigrants at nail bars in Fife.
More than five appointments with mental health specialists are missed every day across Tayside.
Dundee Labour and Liberal Democrats to put forward alternative budgets ahead of crunch council meeting
Labour and the Liberal Democrats have confirmed they will each put forward alternative Dundee City Council budgets ahead of a crunch meeting of the policy and resources committee next week.
When Dundee schoolchildren are asked to list words they associate with Islam, suggestions such as "ISIS", "bombs" and "terror" are often at the tip of their tongues.
Fife health bosses were challenged over the level of information exchanged with the public during a performance review.
Graeme Pallister recalls happy childhood memories by making a hearty bowl of lentil soup
Michael Alexander speaks to National Library of Scotland senior map curator Christopher Fleet about a forthcoming talk in Pitlochry about military maps.
Top chef Jak O'Donnell tells Caroline Lindsay why she's thrilled to be hosting the Menu Food and Drink Awards once again.