Organisers were left delighted after a larger crowd than was expected made their way to Cupar Highland Games at the weekend. North East Fife MSP and Scottish Lib Dem leader Willie Rennie was named the chieftain as the event entered its 40th year.
Hundreds of cyclists braved the mud to tackle a 25-kilometre race at Comrie at the weekend.
More than 2,000 martial artists from around the globe trooped into Dundee Ice Arena for a spectacular Olympic-style opening ceremony.
Thousands of people across Tayside are celebrating the end of the holiest month in the Islamic calendar.
The second annual Glenrothes Comic Con has been hailed a success after almost 2,000 fans turned up to marvel at the delights on offer.
An international audience enjoyed the spectacle of the Strathmore Highland Games yesterday in the grounds of Glamis Castle. Visitors from around the world descended on the showground to be treated to a display of musical and athletic talent.
More than 1,000 walkers trooped through the hills and glens of Perthshire and Angus for one of Scotland’s toughest endurance challenges. This year’s Cateran Yomp, which saw soldiers and civilians marching side-by-side on a round-the-clock 54-mile circuit, has raised £250,000 to help soldiers, veterans and their families.
Around 15,000 revellers turned out for this year’s WestFest Big Sunday in Dundee’s West End. The week-long community festival culminated in a varied line-up of musicians including Bombskare, Coconut Groove, The Mnemonics, Dundee Schools Rock Band and Buffalo Soldiers, who played at Magdalen Green on Sunday. For more, click here.
Much like the burly men birling the hammer, the Highland Games circuit is now in full swing with Markinch playing host to the latest festivities on Sunday.
Hundreds of tributes to Aberdeen FC legend Neale Cooper have been placed outside the club's homeground.