Scottish Rugby chief executive Gordon McKie's claim that departures of established pro team players was essential to youth development has been undermined with the confirmation that one of those youngsters is quitting the domestic game for the English Premiership.
Business leaders have warned the next Scottish Government not to let the country be "left behind" in the broadband revolution.
In the build-up to this match, St Johnstone boss Derek McInnes said the Old Firm rarely lose two games on the spin and his words proved to be prophetic.
A blend of topics from the district's doorstep to the desert sands of the Middle East set the ball rolling on The Courier's 2011 election hustings.
A Dundee store is closing with the loss of 20 jobs because management refuse to comply with the trading conditions they signed when the shop opened.
Two fox cubs one found in a garden in Dundee are being looked after by the Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Labour's Holyrood election campaign has suffered a major blow, with Dundee movie star Brian Cox switching allegiance to the SNP.
It's surprising the phenomenon of a play, a pie and a pint didn't originate in Dundee given the city's historic association with the crusty delicacy.
Tayside Police have dealt with almost 7000 missing persons cases over the last three years with nearly 4500 concerning under-16s.
Plans to demolish Central Park the home of Cowdenbeath FC to make way for a supermarket and housing have been lodged with Fife Council.