A Dundee MP has accused the UK Government of "breath-taking buck passing" after free TV licences for viewers over the age of 75 were scrapped.
Dundee’s Al Maktoum College has teamed up with Trinity College Dublin to further the development of Middle Eastern studies in Ireland.
Jacobite enthusiasts will flock to the Fair City this summer for Perth Museum and Art Gallery's new exhibition which explores the conflict and its effects on the local area.
‘A little bit hard to believe’: Councillor hits back at cities survey rating Dundee culture lowest in Scotland
A city councillor has hit back at a survey which criticises Dundee's level of culture as the lowest in Scotland.
Jeremy Kyle has been asked to appear before MPs investigating reality TV.
The Fife of the 1980s was a bleak place for some. It was a decade of recession and soaring unemployment, and the mining heartland was hit hard by a series of pit closures. Many youngsters felt as though they were emerging into a world of few prospects.
Actress Joanna Lumley has hailed the transformation of the house which inspired Peter Pan author JM Barrie as proof that “dreams really can come true”.
A leading musician has told Holyrood that Creative Scotland’s “midden accounting” is hurting Scotland’s arts scene.
Perth City Hall could be re-branded as part of its multi-million-pound transformation into a major visitor attraction.
Shakespeare, a school choir and Scottish art were in the spotlight as Perth Festival of the Arts kicked off its ten day run in glorious sunshine on Thursday.