Businesses in Dundee are hoping for a
derby day boost following "unprecedented" ticket sales for the city's most anticipated festive football clash.
Euromillions winner Gillian Bayford could be set to lose more than £270,000 on the Fife castle she purchased last year after shelving costly plans to renovate the property and putting it up for sale.
A former Dundee landfill site will become home to a different kind of waste this month as an art installation constructed out of recycled materials goes on display.
Students from Abertay University will scour articles from across the decades as part of a live police probe into nearly 30 Scottish cold cases.
Health secretary Jeane Freeman is facing calls for answers after it emerged she was made aware of a conflict of interest in a review of breast cancer services at NHS Tayside months before it had to be scrapped.
First minister Nicola Sturgeon has been urged to intervene to help NHS Tayside breast cancer patients who were given lower than standard chemotherapy doses find answers over their care.
Nicola Sturgeon has admitted the failure to secure domestic renewables contracts has been a "huge issue" for Scottish businesses, such as the beleaguered fabrication firm BiFab.
A video celebrating the highlights of a four-month gaming extravaganza in Dundee has been released by the event's organisers.
Health chiefs in Tayside have apologised for a series of errors in the payoff to disgraced former chief executive Lesley McLay.
A small businesswoman from Dundee has become one of the first employers to rise to the challenge of building a Living Wage city.