The trolls of Victorian Scotland did not have the internet but they did have an almost telepathic means of communication.
This drone footage shows a moving Remembrance Day artwork, masterminded by Oscar-winning filmmaker Danny Boyle, on a popular Fife beach.
Poignant ceremonies were held across Tayside and Fife as locals marked 100 years since Armistice Day brought about the end of World War I. Photographers were there to photograph the moving ceremonies across Perth and Kinross, Fife, Dundee, and Angus and the Mearns on Sunday, November 11.
Services were held across Perth and Kinross to mark 100 years since the fighting on the front-line ceased.
A Perth couple are hoping to find the rightful owner of letters and postcards from the First World War, discovered in a car boot sale haul.
Michelin Dundee, Scotland’s only tyre manufacturing plant, opened in the early 1970s after a small team from France toured potential sites for a new factory and settled on farmland near Baldovie, in the north-east of the city.
Calcraft was one deflated hangman when he scowled his way out of Dundee in April 1873.
Michelin Dundee: Plant has withstood huge challenges since the first tyre was produced 46 years ago today
Following the news that Michelin intends to close its plant in Dundee, with the potential loss of almost 850 jobs, The Courier looks back at the factory's near 50-year history in the city.
Dundee's most famous ship will soon be home to a spectacular new light display.
Hidden relics unearthed at the site of a 17th century battleground have gone on display, as transport chiefs reveal extra measures to protect the historic site.