One of the main organisers of the Year of the Light festival in Arbroath has died at her home in Carnoustie after a short illness.
One of Fife’s most prominent businessmen, who was also a leading breeder of Aberdeen-Angus cattle, has died at the age of 83. Rae Grieve, of Carlhurlie, Lundin Links, died in Victoria Hospital, Kirkcaldy, after a long illness.
Norman Mair, who reported on rugby and golf with great distinction for the Scotsman for many years, has died at his home in Edinburgh after a long illness.
A former senior police officer who played a key role in the G8 summit at Gleneagles and oversaw T in the Park has died after falling and sustaining a head injury.
Jack Moffat, retired principal teacher of art at Kinross High School, has died after a short illness. He was 89.
Former Montrose businesswoman and art therapist Elizabeth Walker has died at the age of 87.
A former Dundee publican has died suddenly at the age of 82.
Ian Galloway CBE, one of the towering figures of Scottish agriculture, has died after a short illness. He was 75.
The Scottish cricket fraternity has paid tribute to a Meigle cricket “legend” after his death aged 95.
A funeral service has been held in Panbride Church for former diplomat Brian Buik Low, who died at his Carnoustie home aged 77.