A family is suing council bosses after a Tayside pensioner died in a fall from a hoist in her own home.
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Police want to speak to the owner of a Honda Accord after car and van collided near Dundee last night.
A housebound pensioner was targeted in her own home by a bogus doorstep fundraiser claiming to be collecting money for a cancer charity.
A woman has launched an emotional appeal to find her son’s ashes.
‘Having multiple sclerosis is not a life sentence’: Local woman, 30, speaks of living with condition
A local woman says having multiple sclerosis has made her “a better person”.
A remarkable tie between The Black Watch and the White House has come to an end with the death of the last surviving regimental piper to have played in the 1963 funeral procession of former president John F Kennedy.
Police believe two men suspected of assaulting a woman may have spent time in a hotel beforehand.
Police are appealing for information after lead flashing was stolen from a property.
A Dundee personal trainer is to offer free exercise classes in the hope that he can “save lives” after his friend took his own life.
A child care worker who embezzled £1,370 from the kids club where she worked is set to face a hearing over her conduct.
Concern is growing as to the whereabouts of a teenager who has been missing for a week.
Carla Sinclair, 31, of Ballantrae Road, had sentence deferred until December 6.
A Monifieth man’s labour of love has finally been completed after more than 40 years.
An eight-time champion of TV quiz show Countdown has died after a “lifetime” of health struggles.
Police Scotland says it is concerned for the wellbeing of Richard Morrison (32), who is missing from his home address in Brown Street, Carnoustie.
The leader of Angus Council has warned the cost of keeping the county’s recycling centres open will “pale into insignificance” next to spiralling waste disposal fees.
The number of registered sex offenders in Tayside has fallen, the Tele can reveal.
A tractor trailer overturned on the edge of Dundee this evening, causing delays on a busy road into Dundee.
A Tayside wedding planner who defrauded almost 40 brides or bridegrooms out of more than £130,000 has been jailed for 30 months.
Sean Rooney, of James Street, Arbroath, was jailed for 14 months for driving offences.