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A man was rescued after falling into the River Tay in Dundee on Sunday afternoon.
Fire crews were called out after a car caught fire at a filling station on the outskirts of Dundee on Saturday.
Council workers in Dundee have voted overwhelmingly in favour of industrial action if the City Council presses ahead with plans to change carers’ hours.
A former Dundee tugboat needs some tender loving care to be saved from the scrapheap.
A Dundee woman claims she is in a “living hell” after people have been thoughtlessly dumping rubbish on the street near her door.
Crieff’s highland games risks losing thousands of pounds and visitors over the proposed closure of a bridge in the town.
Businessman defends plan as Coupar Angus battery plant critics say it will look like an internment camp
A row has broken out over plans to build a green energy storage unit in Coupar Angus, as the businessman behind the proposals is at loggerheads with the community council.
A Vietnamese businessman has admitted housing and employing illegal immigrants at nail bars in Fife.
A controversial budget plan to nearly triple the cost of children’s music lessons has been condemned by a trust set up to support struggling families.
An ex-soldier who was jailed for turning his bedroom into a cannabis farm has had his prison sentence halved, after appeal court judges ruled there was no evidence that his illicit operation was making any money.