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Dundee bus operator Xplore Dundee has been fined £35,000 because of service cancellations caused by driver shortages last September.
A Dundee MP has spoken about how his mother’s battle with multiple sclerosis convinced him to support assisted dying.
HES workers ‘more convinced than ever’ unpaid wages will not be honoured after talks with business minister
Former Dundee employees of a collapsed clinical waste firm say they are “more convinced than ever” an estimated £300,000 in unpaid wages will not be honoured after meeting with business minister Jamie Hepburn.
A man who sparked an international search will be talking about his experiences off the grid at an event in Dundee next month.
Crunch talks are to take place over the impending closure of Dundee’s main Bank of Scotland branch.
A teenage gatecrasher whose gang caused more than £20,000 worth of damage during a party at a schoolgirl’s home has been ordered to do community payback.
A Perthshire knife attacker has died behind bars, prison authorities have confirmed.
Police were stationed outside a Perth property for much of the day on Thursday after a man was arrested in connection with alleged online offences.
A former Perthshire MP is facing calls to hand back her OBE after being found guilty of professional misconduct.
Concerns have been raised about the future of Scone post office as the prospect of closure emerged again this week.