Premier Inn owner Whitbread has posted higher third-quarter sales and backed its full-year guidance, but warned over the environment in the UK.
A major archaeological investigation could unearth hidden secrets beneath Perth City Hall.
Cash-strapped council chiefs could scrap free dog poo bags as part of swingeing budget cuts.
The failure of Westminster politicians to agree on an EU withdrawal plan prompted most rural leaders to reiterate their fears of a no-deal scenario and repeat familiar demands for frictionless trade with Europe, equivalence in the standard of imports and access to seasonal and permanent workers.
Another site visit is planned to consider the location for a pedestrian crossing on a dangerous Arbroath street in the latest stage of a 12-year safety saga.
A call for Sunday car parking charges to be scrapped in Dunfermline centre is to be stepped up next month, The Courier has learned.
Primark owner Associated British Foods has said profits at the budget fashion chain are “well ahead”, despite a fall in like-for-like sales over its festive quarter.
Taiwan has engaged in live-fire military exercises along its east coast, amid renewed threats from China to bring the island under its control by force.
Staff at an Angus medical centre have urged drivers not to abuse their car park, and have threatened to have cars towed away.
A much-needed link road in Auchterarder will be open to the public by mid-autumn after councillors approved plans for 128 new houses in the town.