Scheduled passenger flights could be on the cards for Perth Airport.
A Dundee grandmother who almost died after being attacked by murderer Robbie McIntosh has been told it could be another seven months before a report into the case is published.
A local pub has toasted being named one of the best in Scotland by politicians.
Another 415 homes in Dundee could be given external wall insulation by the city council.
A group of pensioners are having to leave a meeting place they have had for over 20 years due to the unfit state of the building.
THE family of a dementia sufferer who died after falling from the window of a Catholic Church care home have launched a legal action seeking six-figure damages.
The Angus branch of The Black Watch Association carried out the annual rededication of its standard at Brechin Cathedral.
CHILDREN’S favourite Mr Bloom met fans yesterday during the final day of the Dundee Flower and Food Festival.
Firefighters are blazing a trail in the bid to reduce the high number of false alarms.
Artwork which features the “Evening Tullygraph”, along with other designs inspired by Dundee, is being exhibited at a degree show this week.
A collaborative business platform in Dundee has launched a Small Talk series, which will see prominent owners and entrepreneurs interviewed in front of a live audience.
Cyclists were given a helping hand when an expert carried out free maintenance work on their bikes.
A youngster who has been capped for Scotland at wheelchair basketball has been given a new powered chair thanks to a charity.
A man found guilty of harassing his ex-partner made her feel “scared and anxious” after turning up at her house unwanted.
A new funding package worth more than £450,000 is helping to underpin growth at a Dundee aero-engine and industrial turbines group.
The city’s site six development can help deliver on decades of economic planning and lead a new wave of international investment, according to Dundee’s council leader.
Young traders and entrepreneurs are being invited to take part in a special street market this summer as part of Perth’s contribution to the Year of Young People 2018.
Student superheroes from the University of Dundee will be swinging into action today to aid the work of a national charity.
Dundee West MP Chris Law has welcomed the news that the Lord Provost is set to review the Freedom of the City status given to a controversial world leader.
With GP surgeries closing for two consecutive Mondays over the Easter holidays, NHS Tayside is urging members of the public to make sure they know where to get the right treatment.