Dundee-headquartered law firms Thorntons and Blackadders have acquired staff, assets and work in progress from a Central Belt law firm which went into administration.
Acquiring Fife-based law firm Pagan Osborne from administration helped leading Scottish law firm Thorntons grow its revenues by 13% last year.
A group of talented musical theatre enthusiasts has created a new company in Angus which is staging its first production to help care for local children battling cancer and leukaemia.
An urgent review of business immigration rules has been called for after the UK-wide cap on the number of foreign workers was breached for a fourth month in a row.
More than 70% of large firms in Tayside and Fife pay men more than women.
Dundee headquartered legal firm Thorntons Law expects to build profitability in the coming years on the back of a series of bolt-on acquisitions.
House prices across Dundee and Angus have slumped while most of Scotland enjoyed a year of "strong growth" in the housing market.
Hundreds of cyclists took part in a race across Courier Country at the weekend, raising more than £6,000 for educational scholarships
A historic Fife kirk has gone on the market.
A Dundee man says he is considering legal action after featuring in a list which has been perceived as allegedly naming a city school’s worst-ever pupils.