Dundee-based games entrepreneur Chris van der Kuyl has called on Tayside and Fife firms to grasp “more than their fair share” of opportunities presented by the digital revolution.
Health minister Jeane Freeman is to be asked to look into a controversial recommendation to close the out of hours GP service in Glenrothes.
A Dundee University lecturer is one of thousands to graduate this week, doing so just 48 hours after her son.
A new Highland cow art trail is getting ready to moo-ve into Crieff next month after attracting sponsors and artists for all eleven attractions.
Hong Kong opposition members have grilled the city’s security secretary over allegations of police brutality during protests over a controversial extradition bill.
The dramatic expansion of a Dundee based plumbing, mechanical and electrical firm has brought with it a vastly increased workforce and a move to new premises.
With a passion for Sicilian wines, Laura Raimondi founded home tasting firm La Sicilyana Wines
A Fife fintech company has smashed through its crowdfunding target as it looks to expand its global reach.
Controversial Roseangle development will not need fresh planning permission – despite doubling student occupancy in area
A controversial development that will see scores of students housed in a residential West End area will not need planning permission.
Brazil saw three goals disallowed by Video Assistant Review as they were held by Venezuela to a goalless draw in their Copa America clash.