Alastair Fyfe, who spent nearly 50 years working for The Courier, has died at the age of 82.
A determined man from Kinross is flying to America to finish a coast-to-coast fundraising cycle after almost dying the first time he attempted it.
Bidding has opened on a treasure trove of signed sporting memorabilia donated to Frank’s Law campaigner Amanda Kopel in support of her fundraising effort for dementia research.
Baxter Park was awash with purple as fund-raisers did their bit to support Alzheimer Scotland.
A project which trains dogs to help families coping with dementia is hoping to find homes for two of its star pupils.
Staff and residents at local care homes across Tayside have raised more than £34,000 for a Scottish dementia charity.
A Perthshire poet is teaming up with a local politician to support a project that uses the beautiful game to stimulate the memories of people with dementia.
Racing fans are being invited to an evening of entertainment where charity will be the main winner.
Michael Alexander meets Dundee man Archie Noone who is fronting a new TV advert campaign to help reduce the stigma of living with dementia.
A leading dementia charity has called for the Scottish Government to stop delaying and introduce Frank’s Law.