Carbon bike frames and electronic gear shifting: it seems that technology has moved the sport of cycling far from the days when someone like Eugène Christophe rode a heavy, single-geared bike and had to repair his broken steel frame himself at a nearby blacksmith.
Health workers in Scotland will apply the same treatment guidelines for women suffering from painful endometriosis as those in place south of the border.
A 10-day festival celebrating the achievements of women will take place in Perth next month.
Women are being urged to attend their cervical cancer screening as NHS Tayside warned the region’s rates of the condition are among the highest in Scotland.
The boss of stockbroker finnCap has spoken out over the “awful” working culture in big City firms and said the industry still has a “long way to go” to get women into the boardroom.
Theresa May has held on to her title as the second most powerful woman in the world as she fights to win Parliament’s approval of her Brexit deal, according to a ranking by Forbes.
Scottish Labour has launched a campaign to tackle the “disproportionate” impact of public-service cuts on women.
Women affected by changes to the state pension age have won the first stage of their High Court challenge against the Government.
Sir, – I write regarding the suspension of Angus Councillor Richard Moore (“Councillor’s conduct sees him suspended”, Courier, November 20).
The imminent opening of a strip club in Kirkcaldy has led to the launch of a new women’s group in the town.