There will be no public inquiry into the Perth incinerator project, it has been announced, and nor will any council employee be held to account for the local authority's handling of the affair.
Dundee City Council is set to abandon plans to move more than 300 staff into the former Grove Academy building in Broughty Ferry but it wants to transfer a primary school there instead.
Wild campers have been accused of blighting a Perthshire estate and turning one of the world's finest fishing beats into a rubbish tip.
The owners of the Royal Hotel in Forfar have begun moves to bring the premises back into use.
Ministers have been accused of "throwing public money around with gay abandon" by lending cash to a firm that folded after putting on last summer's The Gathering in Edinburgh the centrepiece of the Scottish Government's Homecoming programme.
Dick Campbell has admitted that unfinished business at Forfar FC was a driving force in his decision to spurn the advances of Cowdenbeath.
The offshore wind farm industry may not provide the jobs bonanza first expected at north east ports.
Three young men who launched a vicious "revenge attack" on a homeless man in Pitlochry have avoided going to prison.
Uncertainty over the economy has done nothing to dent Fife's confidence when it comes to seizing opportunities thrown up by the renewable energy sector.
A Fife woman whose life was saved after she cheated the volcanic ash cloud to take to the air is back on home turf.