It's not even the end of January, but already 2018 is shaping up to be one of the biggest years for live music that Courier Country has experienced in a long time.
High streets across Tayside and Fife are to be given a much-needed cash injection after more than £8 million worth of local investment was announced.
A mini-heatwave might mean Scotland is hotter than Australia on Thursday.
More than 70% of large firms in Tayside and Fife pay men more than women.
A rising number of housing association tenants are taking it upon themselves to disconnect their own heating and power supplies because of fuel poverty, a new survey has found.
The Met Office and Sepa issued weather warnings for almost all of Courier Country as the area was battered by thunderstorms.
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Emergency talks are to be held to discuss delays to the Tay Cities Deal.
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.
Thousands of Tesco employees across Tayside and Fife could claim up to £38 million in a legal dispute over equal pay.