A fully restored statue of Scotland’s patron saint by world-renowned sculptor Sir John Steell takes pride of place in St Andrews.
The Virtual Dementia Tour gave people in St Andrews the chance to experience the world of those living with dementia.
A Virtual Dementia Tour which gives people the chance to walk in the world of those living with dementia will visit the town next week.
The Cupar Burgh Council records are the current focus of archival cataloguing by the University of St Andrews.
World-leading whale researchers take part in a new exhibition at Dundee Science Centre, where visitors can recreate and record whale songs.
Pupils from North East Fife secondary schools visited the University for an insight into health data science.
The Principal of the University of St Andrews, Professor Sally Mapstone, last week admired the town’s floral displays.
The University is submitting a fresh planning application to provide 960 student beds at Albany Park.
More than 40,000 plastic bottles will be removed from circulation annually from the local community thanks to a new green bottling scheme.
Principal Professor Sally Mapstone introduced a special performance at the Byre of Curious Shoes, a play for people living with dementia.