Commuters will be greeted by price rises this week with last month’s rail chaos still fresh in the memory.
Schools face disruption after a minority of members from Scotland’s biggest teachers’ union voted in favour of industrial action.
Pedometers should be prescribed by GPs in the fight against obesity, according to leading Dundee professors.
Senior figures in education, tourism and government vowed to increase the spread of Gaelic during a summit in Perth.
Farmers in Tayside and Fife have led the backlash against a “ridiculous” plan to issue only 2,500 visas a year to overseas pickers.
NHS Fife has seen the biggest increase in stress-related staff absence in Scotland, new figures show.
Councils are investigating the safety of materials used in high-rise flats across Tayside and Fife in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire tragedy in London.
There are 428 fewer teachers in Tayside and Fife's secondary schools than a decade ago, official figures show.
Ruth Davidson said the SNP’s pursuit of independence has been “utterly shredded” by the loss of their majority as she promised an offensive on the party’s “bad laws”.
John Swinney has joined his boss Nicola Sturgeon in backing The Courier’s bid to protect schoolchildren from caffeine-supercharged drinks.