Just six copies sold will be enough to recoup the amount that was spent on the making of new Dundee DVD Terror 'Neath The Tay, which is launched this week.
Ward 31 at Ninewells Hospital in Dundee will stop caring for elderly people, NHS Tayside has confirmed.
A labourer has told how he battled in vain for 45 minutes to save his brother's life after he received a massive electric shock from a 11,000 volt power line on a Blairgowrie fruit farm.
Chancellor George Osborne has detailed £6.25 billion of public spending cuts across the UK to tackle the record deficit, with Scotland's share being just over £332 million.
A Facebook invitation has been blamed for mess and vandalism at Broughty Ferry at the weekend.
On the agenda this morning: alcohol sales, carbon claims, human rights and Scottish identity.
Not since the run-up to Audi's TT over a decade ago have I witnessed such enthusiasm for a mid-market coupe. Everyone who saw pictures of Peugeot's RCZ was bowled over by it and I can confirm it's just as pretty in the flesh.
Shocked Arbroath directors gathered at Gayfield to begin the task of finding a new manager, with chairman John Christison admitting Weir's decision to walk away had left the Lichties stunned.
Jim Weir has described the sleepless night he endured before deciding to leave relegated Arbroath to become the new manager of Brechin City.
Glamis Castle's summer season has been dealt another significant blow with the departure of a key figure after just weeks in post.