Vast swathes of Perthshire and Angus, home to the country's soft-fruits industry and other arable businesses, have been identified as being most at risk from the impact of Brexit.
Distraught couples who fell foul of Craig Williamson’s two-year con were left with thousands of pounds of extra costs as they desperately tried to salvage their ruined plans.
A truck, Segway scooters and tools have been stolen in an overnight raid at a popular outdoor activity centre in Auchterhouse.
An 82-year-old man reported missing on a visit to a relative has been found safe and well.
Beaches across Courier country have once again been named as some of the best kept in Scotland.
A Tayside hotel manager who conned bridal parties out of £130,000 before fleeing to Ibiza has been jailed.
Almost a third of the £5 million fines generated from fixed-point speeding cameras in Scotland were raked in from motorists in Fife, Tayside and the Central belt.
Buildings at Strathmartine Hospital, damaged after years of vandalism and fire setting, have been safely demolished because of the risk they posed to the public.
Residents involved in a long running dispute to remove a caravan berthed illegally on a Broughty Ferry path are relieved the issue has been resolved.
There were almost 10,000 referrals for emergency food packages in Dundee last year, as the number of people requiring foodbanks in Scotland rose for the sixth year in a row.