A Ferryden man who well remembers the days when Spitfires flew from Montrose reckons he may have solved the mystery of a boat wreck washed up at the mouth of the harbour.
Dundee could only draw with Ayr United for a second time at Somerset Park this season, despite producing a strong finish to the game after going down to 10 men.
Scotland head coach Andy Robinson gives a vote of confidence to his try-shy team and, with Kelly Brown judged fit, names an unchanged starting XV for the final RBS Six Nations Championship meeting with Ireland at Croke Park on Saturday.
Critics who wanted to see Flower Of Scotland wither on the stalk have been sent homewards tae think again.
Some say you should never work with children or animals. But Janet Beale has ignored that advice and, in partnership with children's charity Barnardo's, has taken on a youngster for work experience at her dog kennels.
Business organisations in Fife and Tayside have called on Chancellor Alistair Darling to use next week's budget to drop his pledge to increase the government's take from fuel by an estimated 2.5 pence per litre from April 1.
Perthshire and Angus are two of the hotspots for the poisoning of birds of prey, new figures reveal.
Ten-man Dunfermline produce a backs-against-the wall home performance to record a 2-1 victory over Raith Rovers and earn the local bragging rights in a pulsating Fife derby.
St Johnstone do their top-six hopes a power of good, seeing off Aberdeen to move within three points of Hearts.
A Dundee graduate who helped set up a new website to improve relations between the public and the police has had the name pinched -- by the boys in blue.