The identities of three men whose comical commentary during a hot air balloon crash in China in 2007 attracted more than one million hits on YouTube have finally been revealed.
A “defective” rear tyre rather than driver error may have led to the crash that killed a Tayport father-of-one last year.
Councils in Tayside, Fife and Central Scotland have received more than £1 million to help deal with the fallout of the so-called bedroom tax.
Thousands of people turned out as Dundee City Square rang to the sound of pipes and drums for the Taste of the Tattoo.
It may be hard to believe in an era of large screens and high-definition, but people across Tayside and Fife continue to watch black and white televisions.
The skirl of the pipes heralded the opening of this year’s St Andrews Highland Games.
A former male nurse at Rachel House children’s hospice in Kinross has admitted downloading 1,740 indecent images of children.
A Methil man who attacked his partner in a primary school playground has walked free from court after a sheriff said jailing him would interfere with his counselling sessions.
The sailor caught piloting a ship along the River Tay while drunk has lost his job.
Men in Dundee receive on average £18,000 less in pension payments than the UK average, according to the Scottish Government.