The Royal Montrose Golf Club flag has been stolen from its pole, just days after it was raised to mark the start of the new season.
What should have been the last day of the club league season will turn out to be exciting after all, as Kirkcaldy attempt an escape from relegation to match any from Alcatraz or Colditz.
A sheriff has launched a scathing attack on Angus Council's social work department after rejecting an "unrealistic" background report recommending a deferred sentence for a bottle assault offender.
Plans for a spectacular celebration of the royal wedding in St Andrews are continuing to take shape.
Dundee band The View have again pitched in to help their local boys' football team.
Under-fire Scottish Rugby chief executive Gordon McKie accepted responsibility for falling crowds and poor results this season but insisted that the game in Scotland was still in healthy shape despite the "unacceptable" performances of both the national and pro teams.
A pensioner's bus pass was among the haul obtained by a Bulgarian immigrant who pilfered purses and handbags from various Fife locations.
A postal catastrophe was narrowly averted in Dundee after a forgetful postman left his keys dangling from the door of a Lochee postbox.
St Johnstone have given striker Jordan Robertson a chance to get his career back on track by handing the former Dundee United man a short-term deal through to the end of the season.
Crieff parents have accused Perth and Kinross Council of taking over the running of an after-school club when the going was good, only to hand it back when purse strings were tightened.