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A musician booked to perform as the headline act of a national Trans Pride event in Dundee has pulled out after being charged by police.
Dundee FC has apologised to two Celtic fans after an Irish flag was taken from them during the weekend’s league defeat at Dens Park.
NHS Tayside has wished a very happy 90th birthday to a man whose dedication to public service is an example to all.
A woman has been taken to hospital after a road crash in Dundee.
Lending The Beatles a record player for their 1963 Caird Hall concerts has turned out to be a Fab investment
A portable record player signed by all four Beatles between gigs in Dundee is expected to fetch at least £4,000 at auction next week.
An elderly driver who drove the wrong way down a motorway near Bridge of Earn on Wednesday, resulting in a serious multi-vehicle crash, is recovering.
A lifeline domestic abuse charity that provides support to women across Perthshire has been named as one of two official charity partners of the 2019 Solheim Cup.
Residents in rural Kinross-shire fear their quiet road will be subjected to hundreds of lorries every day due to a controversial power plant development in Fife.
Perth residents accuse Network Rail of “bullying” as company press ahead with plans to cut down hundreds of trees
Network Rail has been accused of having “contempt for the local community” after pressing ahead with plans to cut down hundreds of trees along the railway line in Perth.
Developers have abandoned controversial plans to demolish a once-thriving Tayside hotel.