A fisherman made a grisly discovery when a human skull was found in his nets. The image shows a member of police staff analysing the skull recovered near Arbroath in 1997. Investigations led officers to believe the skull was of a male under-30 and that the skull itself was 50 years old.
Hilltown residents were rejoicing after the community saved the local post office from closure.
Tayside Police unveiled their new “Jail Bus” in 1997. Assistant fleet manager at the time, Mike Ahmed, is seen posing inside the van which had 16 cells to take prisoners to and from Tayside courts. It allowed the force to cut the number of staff and vehicles being used for the journeys.
St Pius RC Primary School’s dream to build an outdoor learning area will become a reality thanks to a £300 community grant from Scotmid Co-operative.
From high school best friends to husband and wife 11 years later. The new Mr and Mrs Horsburgh had to make sure it was right.
A Perth teen has been presented with a Saltire Summit Award.
Looking at the retro shop signs from 1959, the bottom of the Wellgate seems like an entirely different place.
As part of Child Safety week a group of Dundee mums and toddlers learned all about safety around the house.
A student is embarking on a unforgettable charity trip.
Local Police Scotland Youth Volunteers have been celebrating following big wins at their annual awards ceremony.
A career stuck behind a desk wasn’t working for adventurer Grant Pettigrew, so he decided to retrain and do what he loves best.
Two years after the closure of the famous Scout Bar in Westport, it was reopened after a renovation and name change to Bally’s. The image shows Bob Palmer, manager William McKelvie, Joe Wilkinson and John Marshall at the grand opening.
When you think of the year 1912 it seems like a completely different world.
Hundreds of little groovers had the chance to show their moves in the city’s biggest dance festival.
Police Scotland Youth Volunteers from Dundee, Perth and Arbroath attended the World Medieval Combat Championships in Perth.
This image shows the epitome of happiness for me.
Lord Provost Ian Borthwick visited Grove Academy to hand over a wreath which he signed on behalf of the city to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War.
A group of drama students had a day at the theatre to help them get into character.
Although this looks like a very unfair wrestling match, the image actually shows two-year-old Joanna Lennox learning how to do a forward roll with the help of an assistant at Dundee YMCA during an exercise class. The club helped to prepare toddlers for more sports when they made the move up to school.
From meeting in a kebab shop to ending their wedding night with a pizza, Oliver and Alanah Gardner did things a bit differently.