Dundee could be set to host its own Pride festival with talks between activists and Dundee City Council under way.
Kezia Dugdale has sensationally quit as Scottish Labour leader, The Courier has learned.
A shocked Rosyth woman has posted what appears to be the best evidence yet that big cats do indeed prowl the wilds of Fife.
An MSP is calling on mobile phones to be banned in schools – but how practical would that be in this technologically-driven age? Michael Alexander reports.
Is the UK Government's plan to ban new petrol and diesel vehicles from 2040 way too distant to tackle the air quality crisis being experienced now, or is it truly the start of a green transport revolution? Michael Alexander reports.
Not being an avid follower of pop culture or pop music, I freely admit to feeling a little uncomfortable at the thought of attending an Olly Murs gig.
Dozens of senior politicians and academics in Scotland have demanded Brexit is called off.
A ballot to give 50,000 people the chance to walk across the new Queensferry Crossing was “inefficient”, it has been claimed.
The organiser of T in the Park has said no plans are in place for a return of the festival next year.
The Supreme Court has ruled that Rangers FC broke tax laws by using Employee Benefit Trusts to pay players and staff.