Ernest McLaren, a master painter and decorator from Monifieth and veteran of the battle of Arnhem in the Second World War, has died. He was 89.
Fife Council's decision to pay KPMG £220,000 to do a workforce review has been criticised by an opposition councillor.
Perth bus company Stagecoach has been censured after wheels literally came off its coaches.
Women could be allowed to join the all-male St Andrews Golf Club after officials said a ban of females would be "a retrograde step."
A former member of the armed forces was told he had narrowly avoided prison after helping mastermind a scheme which saw over £22,000 worth of goods fraudulently obtained from the Ministry of Defence.
Fellow students became so used to Prince William's presence at St Andrews University they almost forgot who he was, according to one of his lecturers.
A Meigle couple who could soon have a holiday village development and 685 people on their doorstep have spoken of their despair after Angus councillors approved the plans.
The consortium which took over the company behind Fibrecity Dundee has announced the successful restructuring of its organisation but its immediate plans do not appear to include reviving the £30m project to bring superfast internet connection to the city.
Candidates vying for two newly-formed Scottish Parliamentary constituencies have been put under the spotlight at the latest Courier hustings in Perth.
Scottish labour has claimed one of the SNP"s key manifesto pledges was in tatters after papers revealed a "flagship" nationalist council has made almost 200 compulsory redundancies.