NHS Tayside has apologised to a patient for a delay in referring her to a pain clinic.
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A man is due to be sentenced for driving without road tax.
Unemployment has dropped to the lowest rate it’s been in Dundee for almost two years.
Police have issued a security warning to the public following a number of break-ins in the past month.
A man has today been convicted for a series of physical and sexual assaults on women.
St Andrews could soon broaden its fame by becoming the home of gin.
Pumpkins have been given a unique twist this year at a local farm.
A Fife man who continues to climb mountains two years after doctors predicted he would die from cancer is to raise money on his wedding day to help others fighting the disease.
A man exposed himself to a 35-year-old woman walking her dog, police say.
Comedian Phill Jupitus has thanked a Dundee shop worker as he comes to terms with the death of his friend Sean Hughes.
Trains heading north and south of Dundee could be cancelled or delayed after a tree was struck on the line in Fife.
Dundee, Tayside and Fife could experience power cuts when the tail end of Hurricane Ophelia hits the country.
A Dundee chipper is in the running to become the best in the UK.
A man is due in court in Dundee following a spate of alleged indecent exposures.
The family of a man who died in a horror jet-ski accident in Thailand said they have had to endure a “torturous” four-month wait to hold his funeral.
The introduction of Universal Credit will plunge some of Fife’s most vulnerable families deeper into poverty, the region’s political leaders have warned.
Lifesaving equipment installed following a fundraising drive has been ripped from a wall in St Andrews.
If you have ever wanted to conduct a wedding ceremony and you live in the Dundee area - now is your chance!
Young folk in Dundee and North East Fife are being sought to take part in a trial for an innovative new travel app.
High winds have caused traffic restrictions on the Tay Road Bridge this morning.