A no deal Brexit could drive a "wrecking ball" though science and research in Scotland's universities, it has been warned.
Children with special educational needs are facing a “postcode lottery” of support, ministers have warned.
An investigation has been demanded over how Perth and Kinross Council spend thousands of pounds of public money on a private tourism project.
A gay sex club in Dundee could have a £15,000 loan awarded to help set up the business withdrawn.
A total of £348 million is being offered by Whitehall to councils in an effort to improve local road quality across the country.
A Dundee tech firm whose platform connects learner drivers with instructors is looking to raise £390,000 to expand into more cities.
The highlight of the international sheep dog trialling calendar has landed five-figure funding for a spectacle set to draw an expected 8,000 visitors to Angus later this year.
The Tayside figurehead behind the campaign for free care for under 65s has told of her "disgust" after a council used funding set aside for Frank's Law to cover a deficit.
Extending funding for the UK Games Fund, which is based in Dundee, has been highlighted as a way to help ward off the threat of games firms relocating to Europe.
Two Fife projects have received funding boosts for their efforts to improve health and employment prospects.