Tributes have been paid to a well-known Tayside businessman who passed away earlier this week.
After almost half a century of sparky work, electrician Dougie Dow is to hang up his tools.
Work is set to begin on the redevelopment of an old Perthshire golf course, which could create about 350 jobs and pump £3.5 million into the local economy.
A former pub boss had his drinks licence revoked after police said they raided his bar and found drugs, an axe and a knife.
An Alyth man who committed sex crimes against three girls and two boys has been jailed for 10 years.
Fans of traditional Scots music are in for a series of treats later this month after the Wighton Heritage Centre unveiled its latest programme of shows.
Two men are due in court today after an incident on an Alyth street.
Three police cars are camped out on a street in Alyth after reports of an assault.
A college lecturer who killed his partner after spinning out of control in a new car he had bought just a few hours earlier has been fined.
In this new feature, I’m looking back on the information which appeared in newspapers when local footballers stepped up to the senior grade.
A Tayside police officer has been fully committed for trial and remanded in custody in connection with allegations that he tampered with witnesses.
Lawyers acting for two men who stabbed a Dundee dad to death are exploring a legal technicality in a bid to clear their names.
A college lecturer killed his partner after spinning out of control in a new car he had bought just a few hours earlier.
Staff employed by a Perthshire butcher have been praised for the way they responded to a raid on the shop.
Police in Tayside are concerned for the welfare of a man last seen this morning.
A motorcyclist suffered “potentially life-changing” injuries in a crash last night.
Residents living near the house where a young father was murdered said they hope the life sentences given to his killers will bring comfort to his family.
A man allegedly killed in a Perthshire house had suffered 15 stab wounds, a trial heard.
Handprints from two Perthshire men accused of murdering Dundee dad-of-five John Donachy were found in blood stains close to his body, the High Court was told.
A 10-year-old boy helped carry out a terrifying armed carjacking on a windfarm worker who was sleeping in a remote layby in the dead of night.