A vet is urging the public to get to know their bees after being inundated with calls asking him to rescue swarms from their gardens.
Retired farmer Angus Davidson will be the first to tell you he has led a charmed life.
Three chainsaw-crafted horse jumps will mark Angus’ colourful history as Glamis Castle hosts its first eventing competition and country fair.
Signs are being erected to warn beachgoers to steer clear of the uncovered remains of a dead whale which are causing a stink in Monifieth.
An Arbroath councillor has been told to “hang her head in shame” after saying car parking demonstrators were too well off to protest.
The Tay Road Bridge has reopened.
Plans for a rock and roll memorabilia museum in Kirriemuir have moved a step closer after the project won more than £77,000 in new funding.
Perth and Kinross councillors have been accused of being “anti-Dundee” after a vote on usurping the larger city as the lead in the Tay Cities partnership was defeated by the narrowest of margins.
More than 20 “starving” animals have been removed from the care of their “horse whisperer” owner in Fife.
A commercial property on the edge of Perth city centre could be coming back into use in the near future as plans for a new chicken restaurant have been lodged with Perth and Kinross council.