At the age of just six, Maya McKeith-Low may well be Scotland’s youngest football coach.
A Tayside woman who has shed more than four stone since August is training for her first half marathon to raise money for research into motor neurone disease (MND).
Eilidh Doyle predicts that Dundee Hawkhill Harrier Laura Muir will be at the top of the athletics tree for a while to come.
“A life-changing trip” was how Perth High School teacher Lauren McAdam described the journey by 25 pupils and staff to an impoverished part of South Africa.
Perth nurse Alison Smith has lovingly tended her long locks for many years – but that is now a fading memory.
Dundee super-welter boxer Paul Kean is the new Scottish champion after his fourth-round knockout of Paisley’s Craig Kelly at the Trump Turnberry Hotel on Saturday.
Scone is not the biggest of places but the girls’ football teams in the Tayside village are gearing up for what they hope will be a successful season.
He will make it by the skin of his teeth but that won’t bother Ian Kinnear when he takes to the stage for Perth Amateur Operatic Society’s production of 9 To 5: The Musical.
A Tayside woman’s fight against breast cancer is being taken up by one of Scotland’s sporting superstars.
A man was taken to hospital after threatening to throw himself from a third-storey window in Perth city centre.
Three boxers from Tayside clubs recorded wins at the weekend.
David Wotherspoon signed a fresh two-year contract for St Johnstone on Monday and he is set to make it a double celebration.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright has confirmed keeper Zander Clark has had a scan on a hamstring injury sustained in training on Friday and says that the result is better than had been initially feared.
A Tayside man has paid tribute to the generosity of local people for their support of a cause on the other side of the world.
Queen of the South manager Gary Naysmith reckons beating Dundee United has been made all the more difficult as their manager Robbie Neilson did not have to balance the books in January.
A Tayside woman with a love for others has just accomplished her latest act of compassion.
Jack Muncey is one of the latest youngsters to come off the conveyor belt of talent at Perth City Swim Club.
A group of Perth High School pupils, accompanied by several staff, are visiting Douglas in South Africa’s Northern Cape.
A young Tayside football squad is kicking up a stink over the dog fouling taking place on its pitch.
Perth teenager Brodie Barrie truly is piping hot in the local music world.