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A group of Dundee University students are celebrating after a six-minute animated film they created went viral online.
Ahead of a hard-hitting documentary, Michael Alexander speaks to activist, rapper and prize-winning author Darren McGarvey about the human tragedies behind Dundee’s drugs crisis.
Dundee housing convener admits ‘we probably should have consulted’ with tenants group over flats demolition
The head of Dundee’s housing committee has admitted the council should have consulted with the city’s tenants association before pressing ahead with plans to demolish 26 flats.
The council has promised a soon-to-be upgraded sea wall is fully secure amid concerns over its deterioration.
A “county lines” drugs gang has been repelled after an incursion into Angus, according to the area’s top policeman.
Firefighters are battling a blaze at a block of flats in a Perthshire town.
Police are en route to a collision in Highland Perthshire which has left a car on its roof. The Scottish Ambulance Service are at the scene of the incident on the A826 on the approach to Moness Country Club. The road is blocked and there traffic is at a standstill. More to follow.
A staggering delivery driver got back in his car after hitting the pavement, before driving down the wrong side of the road and crashing into a fence.
Police raced to the scene after a tractor collided with a lorry in Balbeggie this afternoon.
A US property firm has finalised a deal to buy Taymouth Castle, after a lawyer at the centre of the sale was jailed over millions of pounds of misappropriated funds.