Staff from the Roods Co-op in Kirriemuir took part in a 37-mile walk at the weekend to support a bid to keep the Peter Pan-themed Maggie's Penguin Parade statue in the town.
Three Perthshire communities have joined forces to transform cycling and walking routes in a million-pound effort.
Dundee parents, council workers and police officers walked to primary schools in the city as part of a campaign to encourage sustainable travel during the new school year.
Almost 3,000 trekkers braved the rain for the 2018 Kiltwalk on Sunday. Starting at the Old Course in St Andrews, walkers traversed across Fife, Dundee and Angus in the name of some 350 charities – raising more than £500,000. For more on this story, click here.
A Perthshire man has been nominated for a top volunteer award in recognition of his efforts to clear local paths.
The dream of a Crail to St Andrews path is one step closer to reality.
One of the busiest stretches of the Kingsway will close twice in the next two weeks to allow new pedestrian crossings to be installed.
An Angus councillor is urging the public to come forward with suggestions for new paths to ensure her ward does not lose out on government funding.
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.
Angus Council is to consult with Arbroath residents over plans to make the dual carriageway which cuts through the town more accessible.