Prince Harry and Meghan Markle toured part of the Scots capital today for what was the royal couple’s first official joint visit to Scotland.
Synthpop duo Erasure took the Caird Hall audience back in time on Friday night with a memorable show. Vince Clarke and Andy Bell almost raised he roof at the Dundee venue, performing a string of hits that included favourites A Little Respect, Chaines of Love and Always.
A spell of freezing weather has brought heavy snowfall of up to 15in to Scotland.
Almost 2,000 snowsports lovers flocked to Scotland’s biggest ski resort at the weekend. Conditions were perfect for snowboarders and skiers at Glenshee Ski Centre across Saturday and Sunday, with staff hailing the “buzzing” atmosphere. Photos can be purchased by clicking here.
Hundreds of hardy souls stripped off and took to the waters of the Forth and the Tay yesterday to welcome in 2018.
Heavy snowfall led to wintry scenes across Tayside and Fife on Friday.
Hundreds packed out the streets of Tayside and Fife across the weekend to herald in the festive season. Dundee, Carnoustie, Kirriemuir, Stonehaven, Kirkcaldy, Glenrothes, Alyth, Kinross and Crieff were among the communities to hold packed Christmas lights switch-on events. Photos: DC Thomson photographers Kris Miller, Gareth Jennings and Steve Brown/freelance photographers Paul Smith and Tina Norris.
Hundreds of runners in Christmas outfits took over Dundee city centre as part of the city’s first-ever Santa Dash. Around 700 people of all ages took part in the event, which raised money for the ARCHIE Foundation’s Tayside children’s hospital appeal. For more, click here.
Perth's festive season kicked off in earnest on Saturday with a day of family fun marking the switching on of the lights.
Hundreds of BiFab workers put on a vibrant show of force as they marched on the Scottish Parliament to demand action to save the threatened engineering firm.