Dundee, Tayside and Fife is being braced for stormy conditions after the area was placed under a Met Office weather alert.
Two men have been convicted over their involvement in a “terrifying” £500,000 armed robbery at a prestigious hotel.
Although well-known Perthshire minister the Rev. Bill McGregor retired several years ago, he still preaches on a regular basis.
Police are investigating after three dogs and two birds of prey were poisoned.
New plans for a stop-gap GP surgery in the Carse of Gowrie are expected to be lodged this week.
Developers have lodged an appeal after their plan for new housing at Carse of Gowrie was rejected by councillors.
Police chiefs are planning a summer safety campaign after an increase in break-ins across Perth and Kinross.
Police have urged shopkeepers to be on the lookout following an attempt to spend a counterfeit banknote.
A local authority has had its knuckles rapped over an ill-conceived football pitch — but has dodged having to take remedial action over the scandal.
A nurse has been sanctioned after making a “constellation of failures” while working for NHS Tayside.
The annual New Year's Honours list has been revealed and a number of local folk will have been recognised.
Dozens of good causes across Dundee received an early Christmas present this week when the Co-op revealed a £191,000 funding boost.
A search has been launched to help find a schoolgirl who went missing in her uniform.
A body has been found in the search for missing woman Wilma Carlin.
A care home worker accused of striking a resident on the head and pushing and grabbing others is to appear before a social services panel.
Animal rights pressure group Peta has lodged a petition against plans for a £1 million egg farm in Perthshire.
Jake Bugg, one of Britain’s top music stars, is set to play an acoustic gig in Perthshire.
Twenty care jobs are to be created throughout Glenrothes and Kirkcaldy, Comrie, Crieff, Kinross, Crook of Devon, Milnathort and Scotlandwell.
Shoppers planning a bit of retail therapy this weekend are being urged to be wary of counterfeit notes.
Police in Tayside have reminded the public of the importance of home and vehicle security following a spate of crime across the area.