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Dundee City Council is to hand out £750,000 to projects aimed at improving transport in the city.
Dundee City Council will consider improvements to the protection of vulnerable children and adults after a report found some people were put at risk.
The latest winner of the Tele’s Cineworld ticket giveaway is Katie Maxwell, a community nurse from Broughty Ferry.
A 28-year-old man made threats at at Dundee home while in possession of a knife.
One of Scotland’s oldest women has died at the age of 106.
An eight-year-old boy has been left devastated by the theft of his much-loved quad bike.
Ferrets, snakes, rabbits, a squab, a tortoise and cats sit side by side in pens, some having been there for months awaiting new owners.
A man who drove his car while unfit through drink or drugs also had a knife in his car when he was stopped by police.
A shortage of beds at Ninewells Hospital is leaving the intensive care unit (ICU) unable to meet demand from its sickest patients, an NHS report has warned.
Members of the public are invited to help develop a Tayside child healthy weight strategy.
One of the developers behind the new housing being built at Dundee’s Denhead of Gray is looking to change some of the house types it hopes to build.
Stewarts Leisure Parks, which operates three holiday sites in Perthshire and Angus, is to create a new facility in Fife at a cost of £20 million.
Arnold Clark has sold its former showroom in Perth city centre to Network Rail in a deal worth £950,000.
Visitors will get free access to some of Dundee’s top attractions next month as the official Doors Open Day programme is revealed.
A local boy has been chosen to meet Prince Harry.
More than 40 budding football stars pitched up for a four-day camp.
A Dundee game design company has been selected to represent the city at the London Design Biennale 2018 next month.
The Veterans Day military parade ordered by President Donald Trump will not happen in 2018, the US Defence Department said.
Turkey’s finance chief has tried to reassure thousands of international investors on a conference call, in which he pledged to fix the economic troubles that have seen the country spiral into a currency crisis.
Aretha Franklin appears across Friday’s front pages after the ‘Queen of Soul’ died aged 76.