Nicola Sturgeon looks set for another landslide as an early exit poll suggested the SNP would win all but four seats in Scotland.
The drama in Fife lasted until well after 6am in the 2017 election as the tightest constituency battle in Britain was settled. The Courier's Fife chief reporter examines how the 2019 campaign has shaped up.
Angus has seen heavy-hitters visit to shore up their candidates' campaigns. Graeme Strachan explains why.
The size of the Michelin site is truly jaw-dropping.
Now the leadership campaign is done and dusted, Boris can sit back, take Her Majesty’s invite to become PM in his stride and look forward to a well-earned summer holiday.
Theresa May was humiliated by the out-of-hand rejection of her Chequers plan by EU leaders in Salzburg.
Like most Fifers I have watched the Queensferry Crossing emerge from the depths of the Forth to skim the sky.
I blame the Liberal Democrats.
Almost exactly five months ago, Nicola Sturgeon told MSPs that David Davis had set up a hotline to allow communication between the UK and Scottish governments.
Let’s get something clear straight away. There is about as much chance of Nicola Sturgeon calling an illegal independence referendum as there is of me playing up front for Scotland.