Campaigners across Perthshire are digging in in their battle for answers on taxpayer funding for a controversial tourist route.
NHS Tayside still faces "significant challenges" according to a fifth emergency audit into its financial and operational management.
The head of Perth College has announced swingeing job cuts as part of an emergency cost-saving plan.
Watchdogs have cleared Perth and Kinross Council of wrongdoing over its handling of a £45,000 award to a controversial tourism project.
A fraught relationship between Highland Perthshire residents and the creators of a new tourism initiative is thawing after a productive meeting.
A Fife health authority has been slammed as "not financially sustainable" as it attempts to plug a £11 million funding gap.
An investigation has been demanded over how Perth and Kinross Council spend thousands of pounds of public money on a private tourism project.
The value of the taxpayers' stake in Fife's BiFab yards has plummeted by more than two thirds, it has emerged.
The chief executive of Angus Council said the local authority is “preparing for the worst and planning for the best” over Brexit.
The Queensferry Crossing project delivered value for money and was well managed according to a new report from public spending watchdog Audit Scotland.