● Results: Five As makes Letham head boy a success story of 2020 A Perth schoolboy awarded a string of As in his Highers is among thousands of pupils celebrating success.
● Fire crews in attendance after blaze breaks out in Perthshire village Fire crews are in attendance in a Perthshire village after being alerted to a fire.
● Dundee United launch new purple strip in partnership with Alzheimer Scotland Dundee United have teamed up with their charity partner Alzheimer Scotland to launch a new purple strip.
● Back to school: Uniform shopping in the new normal created by the coronavirus pandemic For their first day at school or their step up to secondary school, buying the uniform is an exciting moment for children and young people.
● Aviva will reduce focus on Asia and Europe as profits plummet Insurance giant Aviva may step back from markets in Europe and Asia as its first half profits fell by 30%.
● VIDEO: Fife sculptor builds huge chapel in back garden in tribute to victims of coronavirus pandemic A Fife sculptor, famed for his large scale artworks made almost entirely out of recycled materials, has used the coronavirus...
● Brechin boss Mark Wilson delighted to get another six players signed up for new season Brechin manager Mark Wilson is finally looking forward to the new season after securing six of his best first-team players on fresh deals.
● FEATURE: Taking the plunge into wild waters (and how to avoid jellyfish!) As lockdown eases, Gayle rediscovers the exhilarating joy of open water swimming at spots across Aberdeenshire and Angus.
● RAB DOUGLAS: Kane Hemmings will be a hard man for Dundee to replace and Harry MacLean has a point It's been a dramatic couple of days on the striker front at Dens Park.
● Dundee council workers could be offered thousands of pounds extra in redundancy pay Dundee council workers could receive thousands of pounds extra in redundancy payments under plans to cut the local authority’s bloated wage...
● OBITUARY: Broughty Ferry businessman James Gillies Lornie, 84 Broughty Ferry businessman James Gillies Lornie, has died at the age of 84 after a long illness.
● Ambitious Fife waterfront development thrown out by councillors Ambitious plans to transform a Fife waterfront have been thrown out by planners.
● Stinking seaweed scooped from Arbroath beach ramp but no plans to extend clear-up Stinking seaweed has been removed from a busy Angus seafront, but council chiefs say there are no plans to extend the clean-up operation.
● Planners green light puts Dunfermline in the frame for new cinema Dunfermline is in the frame to get a new cinema after planners gave the green light to the project.
● Bid to restore historic Fife doocot given cash boost A bid to bring a historic Fife doocot back to its former glory has received a cash boost.
● Plans to grow allotment and gardening space in Dundee Plans to create growing space for enough fruit and vegetables to fee a third of Dundee have been tabled.
● Greenpeace in appeal to Tesco over supply chain Environmental campaigners are urging Tesco to stop buying meat and dairy from companies they say are involved in destroying the Amazon.
● LIVE UPDATES: All the latest news from Tayside and Fife for August 6 Here are the latest live news updates from across Tayside and Fife, with an eye also on big national and international stories.
● Kinross dad supports Perth mental health charity with memorial golf event for son A Kinross father is donating the proceeds of a memorial golf tournament set up in memory of his son.
● Joint plea to end punitive whisky tariffs from new Scottish Tory leader Douglas Ross and congressman George Holding Newly installed Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross has urged US and UK administrations to work together ...
● OPINION: Scotch whisky tariff dispute must be resolved quickly to allow US and UK special relationship to flourish The United Kingdom and the United States are finally positioned with the rare opportunity to deepen their...
● St Johnstone boss Callum Davidson happy to tweak new formation New St Johnstone manager Callum Davidson won’t be a slave to a formation.
● Chris Fusaro welcomes back Kelly Brown and full-squad training at Glasgow Chris Fusaro’s been at Glasgow so long he remembers when Kelly Brown was his exemplar and mentor rather than his coach.
● Scottish firm lands £1m Japan beef export deal Scottish meat processor AK Stoddart has landed a £1 million deal to export Scotch Beef to Japan.