1 hr ago | Kirriemuir Today
A number of planning applications for Forfar and the surrounding area have been submitted to the local authority for consideration.
5 hrs ago | Football.co.uk
Hearts have been officially placed in administration after accountancy firm BDO confirmed it had appointed three people to oversee their financial affairs.
7 hrs ago | Men's Journal
If you've felt envy watching the stars of car commercials zip along remote roads through seemingly endless scenic space, then head to Scotland, which has the perfect highway for you.
8 hrs ago | Fife Now
A ROW has erupted over plans to reduce the opening hours of the cafe at Levenmouth Swimming Pool and Sports Centre.
8 hrs ago | Fife Now
Lindsay Roy MP, right, with Bifab managing director John Robertson, left, and GDF SUEZ E&P UK chief Jean-Claude Perdigues A BOOST to employment in Fife is a vital spin-off of the success currently being enjoyed by engineering firm Burntisland Fabrications .
9 hrs ago | Fife Now
AN apparent fleet of travellers' vehicles pitched up over the weekend in Leven - right in the middle of land which could be vital to the town's long-term prosperity.
10 hrs ago | The Independent
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13 hrs ago | BBC News
The murder of a woman whose remains were discovered on Corstorphine Hill in Edinburgh a fortnight ago will be featured on BBC's Crimewatch programme.
14 hrs ago | BBC News
A man is being treated for slash wounds to his face, chest and abdomen after a fight at a flat in Inverclyde.
16 hrs ago | The Indianapolis Star
People are often surprised when Brandon Hughes says he wears a kilt and garters and plays bagpipes in an 18th-century re-enactment band.
On Monday, the good doctor and surgeon - who reached fame during the 1800s - shared his tale of removing a 22-pound tumor with members of the Henry County Historical Society.
The acquisition of Dutch company VION by Birmingham-based 2 Sisters Food Group has been ratified by the Office of Fair Trading.
LEADER Nigel Farage had to change a number of his plans as he went north to campaign for his candidate in the Aberdeen Donside Scottish Parliament by-election.
Ukip leader Nigel Farage has said there is "something unpleasant going on" in Scotland after a chaotic day's campaigning, with a senior party figure claiming there is a "problem with democracy" north of the border.
Police Scotland, Tayside Division is appealing for information that could help trace the whereabouts of 52-year old George Bryceland.
A 24-year-old woman has died in hospital after falling at a Stone Roses concert in Glasgow, Scotland at the weekend.
Ian Mitchell from Department of Work and Pensions, Duncan Abernethy, External Affairs Manager with delegates and staff from Banff and Buchan College.
A 4million expansion plan to deal with an increase in the number of abandoned animals has been given the go-ahead.