The Scottish economy could suffer long-term damage unless the future of higher education funding is resolved, a Tayside business leader has warned.
A Monifieth man diagnosed with cancer for the second time is to tackle the Maggie's Monster Bike and Hike with a team of friends and family.
A windfarm which would have been seen from Gleneagles Hotel has been refused permission because of the effect it would have on the resort.
Scotland’s hospital watchdog was forced to publish documents relating to an NHS Tayside inspection.
One of Scotland’s oldest golf courses could undergo a major facelift to capitalise on the success of the Ryder Cup.
Twilight customers could be vital for breathing new life into a major shopping centre.
Dundee United boss Peter Houston has hit back at former referee Kenny Clark's accusations in a newspaper column that his side have an atrocious disciplinary problem.
A row has broken out between the RSPB and farmers’ representatives over the environmental components of the new CAP.
Two council-funded equality groups handed a further £70,000 of public money last month have failed to meet service level agreements with the local authority, The Courier has learned.
An Edinburgh University scientist, who has spent years forensically researching the work of Charles Darwin, has rubbished claims that the Origin of Species author plagiarised a Perthshire farmer.