A charity launched in Dunfermline by one of Scotland’s leading broadcasters to help people suffering from dementia looks set to go nationwide.
A jealous Angus man who spat in his girlfriend’s face at a nightclub has been told to behave himself for six months.
Dundee United striker Nadir Ciftci is being backed to beat last season’s goals tally.
Montrose restaurant Roo’s Leap has been given the go-ahead to have an outside bar.
Alex Salmond has spoken of a “carnival atmosphere” in Dundee as he reflected on a narrowing of the polls.
A remarkable 46-year small-scale labour of love is about to make a big impression on visitors to Glamis Castle. Former Queen’s Life Guard Stewart Smith has gifted an astonishing display of around 1100 toy soldiers recreating in miniature a momentous Royal event of 60 years ago when the Queen made her first visit to Scotland following her coronation.
After all the wailing and gnashing of teeth we have finally got the chance to hear Salmond and Darling keepin’ it real. Or some such.
All members of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews will be able to participate in the vote in September to accept women members for the first time.
A joinery company is hoping to create at least eight full-time jobs in Dundee.
The festive season got under way in Dundee’s West End with a Christmas lights switch-on and fireworks. People braved the cold to attend the event marking the start of the West End Christmas Fortnight. The fun kicked off with a concert by primary and secondary school pupils at Dundee West Church. Mains of Fintry Pipe Band then led everyone from the church to Seabraes, where Scottish singer Sheena Wellington had the honour of turning on the lights, assisted by Santa.