A Tayside family were forced to flee their home after it went up in flames earlier on Thursday.
Police are investigating the unexplained death of a young man during a party at a local flat.
NHS Tayside has dismissed claims it handed a six-figure pay-off to its former chief executive as “categorically untrue”.
A former Perth provost who drove carelessly and collided with a Dundee bus stop, causing £1,000 of damage, has been fined.
A 14-year-old girl has been knocked down in a hit-and-run incident on a local road.
‘I’ll suffer forever’: Ex Dundee player left with physical and mental scars from horrific head injury after one punch
A former Dundee footballer whose career was ended with a horror head injury says he’s often brought to tears when he reflects on his ordeal.
Thousands of Dundee schoolchildren are hoping for good news today when Scottish exam results are released.
The former boss at NHS Tayside has left the health board three months after being stripped of the leadership.
Local police believe a man may have assaulted a woman he was seen walking with on a Tayside street.
A casualty had to be cut free from a vehicle following a serious crash on a Tayside road.
Motorists have been warned that there is "no suitable diversion" after a crash closed a key Tayside road.
A key Tayside route has been closed in both directions after a crash.
A young woman who has been given only months to live is reaching out to others who are also suffering trauma in their lives.
Bruce Fummey, who ran the comedy clubs in Dundee and Perth for several years, embarks today on a rather unusual venture at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Music fans are demanding refunds over “dismal” conditions at this year’s Rewind Festival.
Teens across Tayside are being urged not to stress out too much over their exam results.
Police hunting a former prisoner believe he could be in Tayside.
An NHS Tayside dietetic manager has been presented with an award by the British Dietetic Association to recognise her contribution to the profession.
Cash-strapped councils across Tayside and Fife have spent £1.5 million in compensation for injuries to staff in five years.
Local police and prison staff have worked together in a bid to stop contraband into jail.