A specialist company providing valve-testing services to the oil and gas industry is to create 30 new jobs in Fife after announcing a seven-figure investment.
More than 12,000 private shareholders launched a potential £4 billion claim against Royal Bank of Scotland and former bosses over its 2008 share issue.
It arrived with little fanfare.
Ousted Aviva chief executive Andrew Moss was paid for a half-day holiday he never took as part of a £1.4 million payout after leaving the insurance giant last year.
Bar operator Maclay Group yesterday said it expected to increase its Scottish pub portfolio this year despite making a £737,000 pre-tax loss in the past 12 months.
The pot of gold for St Johnstone is third place in the SPL, according to Perth chairman Steve Brown.
The public will be able to have their say on proposals for an 18-turbine windfarm in the Angus Glens this month.
A Rattray man was fined £400 and ordered to pay £900 compensation for pushing between two teenage girls following a night out, resulting in one suffering a broken wrist.
Ambitious plans to reinstate the rail line to St Andrews have taken a massive leap forward.
Fife has been drawn into the Edinburgh baby ashes scandal as it is alleged that at least one mother was wrongly informed there were no remains of her child.