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A Dundee man caused a “dreadful scene” in the city centre when he knocked down a young child while driving a mobility scooter under the influence of drugs.
Nearly 300,000 opioids have been prescribed to patients in Tayside over the last seven years.
A Jewish group is to sell its Dundee base and move to St Andrews as it cannot afford to maintain its synagogue.
‘Suddenly you would feel the bass under your feet…it was mad’ – Looking back on Tayside’s legendary illegal raves
A note left in a telephone box or a whisper in a pub would let slip the next location. In the dead of night, convoys of cars descended on rural roads and fields. The telltale signs: the “thump thump thump” of bass, lights emerging from faraway trees.
A discussion of the best of times and the worst of times will bring delegates from all over the world to Dundee.
Firefighters are battling a blaze at a Perth city centre property.
A Perthshire dance troupe has qualified for the World Championships after defending their under-10s Scottish title, despite their team consisting of dancers as young as four.
A Perthshire accountancy firm wants to set up online banking hubs in rural Perthshire after being forced to travel more than 30 miles to complete simple transactions.
Military historians have hit out after a memorial plaque for fallen Black Watch soldiers was sold for £300 in an online auction.
Perth youngsters have been warned they are putting their lives at risk amid reports of vandalism to life-saving equipment and youths “larking around” by the rivers edge.