Dundee's fading links with the jute trade have been strengthened by the growth in demand for "environmentally-friendly" coffins and designer handbags.
The team behind the project to deliver the V&A in Dundee has "categorically" denied speculation that it is on course to overshoot its £45 million budget.
Arbroath manager Paul Sheerin admitted his side were well beaten by title-chasing Albion Rovers at Cliftonhill.
St Johnstone manager Derek McInnes was speaking about the team and striker Peter MacDonald about himself, but they both came up with the same word to describe the collective and individual goalscoring tally respectively "embarrassed".
Despite monitoring ongoing environmental disasters and a constant fight against vested interests, the Dunkeld office of a national charity is far from a "depressing" place to work and now has an award to prove it.
Dick Campbell's side could have dispensed a much more effective prescription for their manager than the blunt display that has typified their play-off push.
Their fight to have a pedestrian crossing installed looks set for success but residents near Pitkerro Road in Dundee are refusing to wait for it to be installed in their bid to get drivers to slow down.
Stephen O'Donnell insists the defiant Dark Blues will bounce back strongly after their record-breaking unbeaten run finally came to an end on Saturday against Raith Rovers.
A team of six soldiers from The Black Watch, 3rd Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Scotland (3 SCOTS) have completed a gruelling 1750-mile charity cycle today.
Generous Dundonians dug deep on Sunday to aid the ongoing relief effort in Japan.