A car technician caught doing 127mph in a 70mph zone has been banned from the road.
Reports of an accident on the A92 near Letham involving a car, tractor and lorry have been posted online. At this stage it is unknown if there are any casualties. More to follow.
There was traffic disruption near Inverkeillor today after a lorry collided with the railway bridge.
A road rage incident at a busy Dundee junction is now being treated as a crime, say police.
Police are appealing for information after an incident in Montrose on Friday last week.
A criminal released early from jail on a tag got involved in drug supply ring after being told it would take two-and-a-half months before he would be given benefits by Universal Credit bosses.
A policy which could scrap free school transport for hundreds of children has been agreed in principle.
West Pitkerro Industrial Estate near Broughty Ferry is set to expand after plans to build 10 small industrial units were approved.
A Dundee man was fined £200 and given six penalty points.
A lorry crash has disrupted traffic using the Tay Road Bridge. A vehicle collided with a road sign on the A92 near Newport-on-Tay in Fife just after 3.30pm today. Police are on the scene trying to clear the area and have closed one lane southbound. The clear-up operation remains ongoing. Delays have been reported.
A new community cafe, licensed bar and shop has been given the go-ahead.
Two people have been taken to Ninewells Hospital after a crash closed the A92 south of Dundee this morning.
Fire fighters using cutting equipment freed a van driver after his vehicle was involved in a crash with a lorry today.
The A92 south of Dundee has been closed in both directions after a serious crash involving two lorries.
Motorists are being urged to avoid a key Dundee road ahead of rush hour.
Roadworks are to take place on a section of the A92 single carriageway at Wormit as part of resurfacing improvements costing £155,000.
Drivers have been warned to slow down while roadworks take place at a busy local junction.
Warnings of major traffic disruption have sadly come true this morning, with queues of 30 minutes on a major local junction.
Motorists are being told to expect major traffic disruption while improvements are made to a “nightmare” junction in Arbroath.
A driver has been clocked driving more than double the speed limit on a local road.