A man who breached his bail order was jailed for seven days at Dundee Sheriff Court.
Inmates are learning about the horrors of the Holocaust, according to a new study of reading habits at Tayside’s biggest prison.
Dozens of drug seizures were made at a Tayside jail in under a year.
Police Scotland is appealing for information regarding the whereabouts of prisoner Paul Stewart (44), who has failed to return to HMP Castle Huntly following a period of home leave.
Dundee is to be hit with 16 hours of snow, according to forecasters.
Customers looking forward to eating a breakfast wrap or a burger at one of Perth’s fast food restaurants will soon enjoy visiting an “up-to-date” refurbished building, it’s been claimed.
A Tayside man has told of his frustration after a firework hit one of his horses, burning a hole through the animal’s coat.
The Met Office has issued a weather warning for heavy hail and snow in Dundee, Tayside and Fife next week.
A section of the A90 close to Dundee is to be closed overnight next week.
The GP Unit at a local hospital is closed to new admissions due to a flu outbreak.
A street in a Tayside housing scheme was the scene of intense police activity today.
Police have named the man who died after falling into a local burn between Christmas and New Year.
The daughter of murdered Isis hostage David Haines has spoken of her disgust after the stalker who taunted her about her father’s death had his prison term overturned on appeal.
A dropin the price of scrap metal is being blamed for abandoned vehicles being dumped across Tayside.
Tayside’s property market has enjoyed a bumper year, with strong demand pushing up sales by around 10%.
The number of full-time staff at Tayside and Fife councils has been slashed by 4,500 since the financial crash, it has been revealed.
A man cheated death during a bizarre incident yesterday on a busy Tayside street.
A Dundee woman whose dad died in a car crash has told of the “miracle” which saw her walk away unscathed after flipping her vehicle.
Hundreds of people have been hospitalised in Tayside after taking so-called “legal highs” — despite their sale being banned almost two years ago.
Inmates at Perth Prison enjoyed a host of events over the festive period at a cost of more than £1,000.