A recycling centre is to close for about a month from Sunday in the latest stage of a £250,000 revamp at the busy site.
The family of a tragic police officer who died in a horror accident paid tribute to him today as he was laid to rest.
Almost half of sex offenders being monitored by the authorities in Tayside have been convicted of crimes on the internet – and the numbers are rising.
Early doubts have been cast over plans to create one of Scotland’s biggest solar farms on the Angus/Dundee border.
A Tayside man is set to publish his debut children’s book next month after a EuroMillions Lottery-winning pal gave him a cash boost.
A mischievous cat who has stowed away on a potato harvest tractor three times in the last seven years has once again been reunited with his family.
Old farm buildings have been converted into a special setting for animal lovers to say farewell to furry or feathered friends with the development of a pet crematorium.
A Fife motorcycle charity has been hailed for its transformational impact by just one of many young Scots it has supported in a moving new video showcasing the power of National Lottery funding.
Brave Angus youngster Ruby Walker has suffered another setback as her wait for a double lung transplant continues.
Hundreds of brave souls took the plunge into freezing waters as part of New Year’s Day dooks.
An office message boy has insisted he has no plans to give up work as he approaches his 90th birthday.
While many people will be trying to get rid of their hangovers on New Year’s Day, hundreds of others across Tayside will be taking a sobering dip in freezing water.
Tayside's emergency fire and ambulance crews have spent nearly a fortnight responding to hoax calls over the past four years, the Tele can reveal.
A Tayside councillor is to face a conduct hearing over a spat in which he accused a school chaplain of being an “extreme anti-LBGTQ+ activist”.
A rescue operation was launched after a man was injured falling from a cliff on the Angus coast.
Group warns rise in number of children given antidepressants may show ‘prescription pad’ is too easy an option
An organisation which represents children’s care providers says it is “alarmed” by a rise in youngsters being given antidepressants.
Transport officials in Tayside have backed UK Government proposals to prosecute cyclists who injure or kill other road users.
A hospital has been forced to shut one of its wards following a suspected outbreak of norovirus.
A renowned folk singer's family have led tributes after she died just days after playing in a weekly session.
Councils across Tayside and Fife have announced changes to recycling schedules during the festive period.