A Perthshire woman this week took delivery of an exclusive new car understood to be the first of its kind in Scotland.
Almost £170,000 is to be spent to encourage walking and cycling in Dundee.
Thirty years after the conflict ended, an Angus veteran of the Falklands War has stated his intention to return a identity tag taken from the body of a fallen Argentine soldier.
Collessie villagers are rising to the challenge of running a community bakery.
Tayside Police have apologised to a couple for failings in their investigation into complaints about verbal abuse by youths.
The desolate Guardbridge paper mill site will be given a new lease of life thanks to a proposed £25m investment, which owners St Andrews University predict could create or attract 100 jobs.
St Johnstone boss Steve Lomas has branded Fran Sandaza's omission from the Scotland professionals' player of the year nominations an ''absolute joke''.
The weather may have been dark and dreary but the mood in Kirkcaldy was far from sombre as hundreds of Fifers turned out to give Black Watch soldiers returning from their latest tour of Afghanistan a warm welcome home.
Finally there's an excuse to loll on the beach without any niggling guilt.
A plan to prevent part of Tayport slipping into the Tay has been given a tentative green light by Fife councillors.