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Dundee News

Dundee case worker married to justice secretary shares heartbreak after three miscarriages

Dundee case worker married to justice secretary shares heartbreak after three miscarriages

Women should not have to suffer three miscarriages before being referred for specialist treatment, SNP conference has heard.

Number plates stolen in spate of ‘unusual’ crimes in Dundee

Number plates stolen in spate of ‘unusual’ crimes in Dundee

A number of car number plates stolen at various streets across Dundee in the past week.

Tickets for tonight’s Biffy Clyro gig at Caird Hall are ‘hidden’ across Dundee

Tickets for tonight’s Biffy Clyro gig at Caird Hall are ‘hidden’ across Dundee

Rock band Biffy Clyro have seemingly hidden some tickets to tonight’s show at Caird Hall around Dundee.

IN PICTURES: Dundee Zombie Walk raises £300 for charity

IN PICTURES: Dundee Zombie Walk raises £300 for charity

A spooktastic zombie walk has raised more than £300 for a Dundee charity.

Youths spit at staff and terrify pets in ‘riot’ at Dundee retail park

Youths spit at staff and terrify pets in ‘riot’ at Dundee retail park

Children as young as nine have been terrorising a Dundee retail park by abusing staff, vandalising premises and scaring animals at a pet shop.

Perth News

Kinross-shire springer spaniel Genghis climbs all 282 Munros to help other dogs save climbers’ lives

Kinross-shire springer spaniel Genghis climbs all 282 Munros to help  other dogs save climbers’ lives

Money raised by a Munro-bagging springer spaniel will be used to help other dogs save climbers’ lives.

Gypsy Traveller community aim to break down barriers with Perth event

Gypsy Traveller community aim to break down barriers with Perth event

Prejudice towards the Gypsy Traveller community has led generations of community members to hide their identities, organisers of an event aimed at breaking down barriers have said.

Tayside Mountain Rescue to order first replacement vehicle after hitting 80% of fundraising target

Tayside Mountain Rescue to order first replacement vehicle after hitting 80% of fundraising target

The first vehicle in a £40,000 project to update Tayside Mountain Rescue Team’s ageing vehicles has been ordered.

Perth council apologises after Kinross gravestones left splattered with grass cuttings

Perth council apologises after Kinross gravestones left splattered with grass cuttings

Grieving relatives had to get down on their hands and knees to scrub hardened grass cuttings from the graves of loved ones at a Kinross cemetery.

More than 5,000 customers affected as power cut hits northern Perthshire

More than 5,000 customers affected as power cut hits northern Perthshire

Large swathes of Highland Perthshire were plunged into darkness after a power cut hit thousands of homes.

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