A great-grandmother from Dundee who was the oldest living Scot has died aged 111.
Former Scottish Labour leader Wendy Alexander has shocked her party by announcing she is quitting politics. The Paisley North MSP said she wants to spend more time with her family and will not stand at the upcoming Holyrood election.
A Hilltown pub has been banned from serving alcohol for over a month after becoming the first establishment in Dundee to have its licence suspended under current laws.
A furious businessman has accused Angus Council of double standards after hearing of its plans to place a mini-lighthouse on the A92 at the entrance to Arbroath terming the structure a "monstrosity".
An Arbroath grandmother has told how a terrifying flesh-eating bug has left her arm looking like she was attacked by a shark.
A Broughty Ferry pensioner has been conned out of £1000 by a man who convinced her that her roof was in need of urgent repair.
A war-chest of well over £500,000 pounds over four years will be available to Scotland's Challenge Tour pros, including two prominent players from Tayside and Fife, to help with travel and accommodation expenses.
Today's correspondents give their opinions on subjects such as George Osborne's "bank raid", uranium capture, religious aspects of the great dictators, fiscal imprudence and the future of small police stations.
The operators of the Forth Road Bridge have revealed plans to hold an open week in June.
The long haul to the Highlands is probably the least favourite journey of many Scottish footballers but as far as St Johnstone striker Collin Samuel is concerned it's at the top of his list.