The courageous and dignified way her mum, Pat, dealt with pancreatic cancer has left a lasting effect on Perth woman Mandy Flynn-Scott.
A local Brownie pack held their annual bonfire night and fireworks display in Luncarty near the Fair City.
he is the man who has taught generations of Dundee youngsters to swim – and even in his 85th year his passion for the sport is undimmed.
Etched on to Perth Academy’s First World War memorial are the names of 168 staff and students who lost their lives during the conflict.
A very special birthday party has been held.
The pupils who attend the Diane Lambert School of Highland Dancing are wee stars on and off the dance floor.
Before her husband died after a long battle with cancer, June Craig made him a promise.
Andy Murray was once a regular on the courts of Perth Lawn Tennis Club, the oldest tennis club in the world – and now two local youngsters are aiming to follow in his footsteps.
Kitmart Dundee Stars hit the road today with another arduous bus journey, this time to south Wales for an Elite League fixture against Cardiff Devils.
An initiative which reaches out to people in need has been launched by a Tayside church renowned for its missionary zeal.
He has trekked in some of the world’s most inhospitable places and climbed some of the planet’s highest mountains.
A Tayside businessman who has been battling prostate cancer for 12 years is preparing to set off on a 60-mile walk in aid of The Soldiers’ Charity.
It was 36 years ago that Mohammed Afzal received the hand of welcome as he arrived on these shores from his native Pakistan.
Riverside Church of Scotland is one of the most colourful in Tayside thanks to the dedicated and creative work of one of its congregation.
Dundee’s Ward Road gym on December 22 is the venue for the Scotland qualifier for the World Ping Pong Championships.
A Tayside mum has launched a campaign to create a playground for children with disabilities.
Local table tennis hero Gavin Rumgay has hit out at not been named in the Scottish team to play in this week’s European Championships in Alicante, Spain.
He’s one of Tayside’s best known drummers, having spent 50 years on the drumstool of various bands.
The generosity of local school pupils and staff has once more come to the fore.
Part of a city centre was the subject of intense police activity yesterday afternoon.