A hooded robber who stole a woman's purse, injuring her in the process, is being hunted by police in Dundee.
Dundee chief executive Scot Gardiner will wait on the call that he hopes will confirm the Dark Blues are an SPL club again.
Confidence is returning to the property market in Tayside with overall sales volumes up by almost a fifth to £151 million in the first half of the year.
He was in such an ebullient mood that he was even prepared to risk his famous coiffure in the north-east wind.
Round-the-world cyclist Mark Beaumont showed his support for Enable Scotland by launching the charity's 24-hour cycling challenge.
Today's letters to The Courier.
Remploy workers in Dundee are to go on strike next week in protest at a Government announcement of 27 factory closures throughout the UK.
Crime in 19th century Dundee is the subject of Malcolm Archibald's new book, A Sink of Atrocity. The former Dundee Book Prize winner told Jack McKeown about bodysnatching, footpadding and the theft of a whale.
Its closure 18 months ago sparked public outcry, but now a popular Perth fishery is set to open its doors again.
Building a new Madras College on a St Andrews car park would be a disaster for the town, it has been claimed.