The First Minister led the tributes to Angus Provost Helen Oswald after she lost her battle with cancer on Thursday.
Golfers are taking part in this year's World Hickory Open in Carnoustie with a touch of old school flair.
An Angus musician has fulfilled a lifelong dream of being a professional tuba player in one of Europe’s top orchestras.
So weary he feels like he has to sleep for 80 per cent of every day, Thomas Pieters looked sprightly enough for the other 20 per cent as he remains within one of his lusty drives from the lead in the Alfred Dunhill Championship.
Unruly crowds made headlines at the 2016 Ryder Cup, but there’s no prospect of similar scenes at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship this weekend, the event’s St Andrews-based chief marshal tells Michael Alexander.
It’s starting to get like that other great edifice in European golf, the apparently unattainable Tour 59.
It’s Scott Jamieson’s turn to be the Scottish Boy On The Bubble at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, but it’s in such a balance it could even bounce him all the way to Dubai.
With grateful thanks to the devious soul who decided they should start their campaign at Carnoustie, the six weary Team Europe souls who entered after being at Hazeltine trudged back to the day job at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.
A stalker who bombarded a student with Facebook messages for four years - then threatened she would “get hurt” when she spurned his advances - has walked free from court.
The sky’s the limit for Thomas Pieters' future career after his outstanding Ryder Cup debut, believes former European team member Stephen Gallacher.