Prince William's marriage to university sweetheart Kate Middleton may still be months away but it is fair to say St Andrews has already been gripped by wedding fever.
Work on a £9 million project to transform a historic Dundee building into a landmark hotel could start before the end of the year, developers say.
The daughter of a Fife Council care home resident has hit out at moves to privatise the service, branding the SNP/Lib Dem administration uncaring.
Coming up with a fitting way to mark a 600th birthday is not something that routinely crosses the minds of many of us. If it did, the problem of how to squeeze all the requisite candles on to the cake would surely be the least of our troubles.
Nearly one in 10 of new HIV cases in Scotland were reported in Tayside or Fife last year, new figures reveal.
The Angus economy has been dealt another hammer blow with the collapse of a long-established Forfar firm the second plumbing business in the district to fold within a week.
Controversial plans which it is feared could increase Wormit's population by a quarter are back in the pipeline.
The Ibrox playing surface bears the scars of the severe Scottish winter like every other pitch across the country, but to the St Johnstone players it will feel like a bowling green.
In the latest twist of the Willowgate Fishery saga, the centre has been backed by Perth Civic Trust.
A senior Angus councillor says a "corporate decision" is the reason parents have been left waiting to discover whether their children get the day off school for the royal wedding.