More funding for the £700 million Tay Cities Deal could be signed off next month, despite fears the General Election was going to delay the next stage of the ambitious project.
Sports authority Scottish Athletics has revealed plans to create a huge mural of Olympian Eilish McColgan in her home city of Dundee.
An iconic Highland Perthshire picture house could become one of the greenest in Scotland, thanks to an ambitious sun-power plan.
It was the year UNESCO granted World Heritage Status to the Forth Bridge, when Scotland’s population was around 5,347,600 and Mhairi Black, 20, became the youngest elected MP since before the Reform Act of 1832. It was also the year Abellio ScotRail took over the ScotRail franchise, the Church of Scotland voted to allow the ordination of gay ministers in civil partnerships and Andy Murray married Kim Sears in Dunblane. It was also, according to the Met Office, the windiest Scottish summer in decades, and the winter of 2015/16 the wettest since records began in 1910.
It was the year that David Cameron and Nick Clegg joined forces at Westminster to send Labour’s Gordon Brown packing and when thousands of US embassy cables by Julian Assange’s Wikileaks website caused global controversy.
NHS Tayside are laying out the parameters for an investigation into GP surgeries across Perthshire with the aim of protecting protecting primary healthcare services.
Councillors have said they have "big concerns" about proposals to slash a busy bus route between Perth and Scone.
A Perthshire 10-year-old has raised the bar with plans to expand her soap-making business.
A veterans’ charity is serving up breakfast and banter to help ex-servicemen and women in Tayside and Fife combat loneliness and isolation.
Perth residents have backed an ambitious overhaul of CCTV in the city centre.