Last updated Monday December 3 at 20:51 BST
Jane Gray, was raised in Newtyle, Angus and now lives in Australia, celebrated her milestone on Saturday.
The chief executive of Scotland arts funding body has stood down.
The theatre has announced plans to create a new 60-seat cinema in its Rose Street building.
A team of students are preparing to represent the nation against defending champions India.
Culture highlights in Dundee include the upcoming V&A at Dundee museum and the Dundee Rep.
Campaigners from Kilmuir took it in turns to blockade the booth when BT tried to remove it.
The GFT is planning a £1.6m overhaul, with a new 60-seater screen, in summer 2013.
The project is a partnership between Historic Scotland, Scottish Borders Council and Creative Scotland.
Street in Paisley is named after musician Gerry Rafferty, who died in January 2011.
Penguins Rock will feature "enhanced viewing areas" to allow visitors to see the penguins from new viewpoints.
Michelle and Anthony Veitch were taking their daughter to her dance school when they spotted the animal.
Original story boards and more unusual items from the last 75 years will go on display.
Sir Paul Nurse received a Doctor of Science degree at the university's Barony Hall on Wednesday.
Arbroath Sea Fest has raised more than £200,000 for charities since it started in 1997.
Armstong Baillie dresses up in a giraffe suit and travels around Scotland doing good deeds.
Current acting head teacher Annika Jansson cannot speak Gaelic and will be considered for the job.
Truffles set the record in March but other guinea pigs tried to break his record so he fought back.
The ScotlandsDNA project is attempting to find out why red hair is more common in Scotland than elsewhere.
Glasgow University's Annette MacLeod received the grant from the Wellcome Trust.
One in six "fairly interested" and seven percent "very interested" in helping out in 2014.