The Pars players need only look at their manager's CV for proof Scottish Cup success is attainable for them in Aberdeen and beyond.
The government has given some hope to Dundee's computer games developers after a leading minister failed to rule out offering tax relief to the industry.
An inflation-busting rent rise of over 5% has been branded "scandalous" by a Perth councillor.
Soaring sales of porridge are leading to the expansion of a Cupar factory.
A first glimpse of Dundee City Council's provisional revenue budget report has failed to reveal details of almost £15 million worth of cuts.
A shock cup upset when Jody Morris was a Chelsea player gave the midfielder one of the worst memories of his career, and the St Johnstone skipper is determined he won't be reminded of the feeling at McDiarmid Park.
Scotland was battered by driving rain and gale-force winds overnight, as conditions forced the Tay Road Bridge to close for almost an hour.
An Angus thief described by a sheriff as one of the county's most prolific criminals has been jailed for eight months.
On the agenda today: protection of wild salmon, the St Andrews housing market, fuel economy, the Perth Connect2 bridge project, and nuclear power.
Dundee United's new Dutch defender Timothy van der Meulen will be content if he can contribute as much to the cause as their other former Ajax player.