Leo Davidson, 14, and his 12-year-old brother Keir are jumping for joy after a successful year.
A Newport teenager has been chosen to take part in the Scottish Youth Theatre National Ensemble next year.
Councils across Tayside and Fife have announced changes to recycling schedules during the festive period.
A major investigation has been launched after the body of a man was found in a Kirkcaldy street.
A farmer is to stand trial accused of fitting a tracker to his wife's car so he could record her movements as part of an alleged eight-month campaign of stalking.
A man "hit, kicked or shook" a dog to death in the middle of the night at his home - leaving it with injuries "the same as a boxer when they get a haemorrhage", a trial heard today.
A man given unpaid work for assault has been jailed after breaching the order.
Scotland’s top baby names in 2018 have been revealed — with Leo and Amelia stop of the table in Dundee.
A Cupar man who died in a fall from a Christmas tree had been trying to fix the lights, his heartbroken loved ones have revealed.
Two people have been taken to Ninewells Hospital after a crash closed the A92 south of Dundee this morning.
Fire fighters using cutting equipment freed a van driver after his vehicle was involved in a crash with a lorry today.
The A92 south of Dundee has been closed in both directions after a serious crash involving two lorries.
A mill worker who spent more than six weeks in hospital after an industrial accident is raising money for Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance.
Two people who attacked a man with a sword and a machete have today been sentenced to prison.
A man responsible for a series of domestic abuse and sexual offences has today been sentenced.
A man is to stand trial accused of stalking his neighbours for over more than a year in a bizarre campaign of harassment that allegedly involved him pouring concrete on their land and "leaving animals in their field insecure".
The Met Office has raised its winter weather alert for Tayside and Fife to amber.
A man has died after falling from a town’s Christmas tree.
Police are hunting up to six men who sang sectarian songs on a ScotRail train travelling to Dundee from Edinburgh.
Staff at Fife’s 11 household waste recycling centres will soon be wearing body cameras to record instances of abuse amid access changes.