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Dundee News

Police warning over gang of fraudsters operating in Tayside

Police warning over gang of fraudsters operating in Tayside

A warning has been issued after fraudsters targeted two jewellers and a hotel in Tayside recently.

Vandals target cars in Invergowrie

Vandals target cars in Invergowrie

Police are investigating after vandals spray-painted at least half a dozen cars in Invergowrie.

130 Michelin Dundee employees leave factory early

130 Michelin Dundee employees leave factory early

More than 100 Michelin Dundee workers have already left the factory more than a year before its scheduled closure.

UN tourism expert’s Angus golf resort plea to council

UN tourism expert’s Angus golf resort plea to council

A United Nations tourism consultant has said it would be “inconceivable” to pull the plug on a multi-million pound golf development in Tayside.

Backing for pop-up Dundee bar and late night Broughty Ferry bistro after noise issues resolved

Backing for pop-up Dundee bar and late night Broughty Ferry bistro after noise issues resolved

Plans to extend a bistro’s opening hours and to allow a pop-up bar have been agreed after work to resolve noise concerns.

Perth News

SCAA receives £300k funding boost towards Aberdeen base

SCAA receives £300k funding boost towards Aberdeen base

Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance’s (SCAA) expansion of its life-saving service has been given a £300,000 boost thanks to a Heroes Trust Award from People’s Postcode Lottery.

Anger as crumbling Kinross-shire hotel is prepped for demolition

Anger as crumbling Kinross-shire hotel is prepped for demolition

A crumbling hotel building that has been a Kinross-shire landmark for more than a century is facing the wrecking ball.

Marina expansion will pump millions into Perthshire economy

Marina expansion will pump millions into Perthshire economy

A lochside holiday resort is bouncing back after a major blaze, with plans for expansion that could pump millions into the local economy.

Perthshire school kitchen closures not set in stone yet as final vote needed

Perthshire school kitchen closures not set in stone yet as final vote needed

Councillors confirmed a final vote will be needed to make concrete plans to axe 50 jobs from Perthshire school kitchens.

Perth and Kinross Council urged to make game-changing call to slash tourism VAT

Perth and Kinross Council urged to make game-changing call to slash tourism VAT

Perth and Kinross Council could become the first authority in the country to publicly call for VAT to be slashed on restaurants, hotels and arts venues.

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