A new bus service catering for parts of the Tay Bridgehead is likely to continue for the foreseeable future after a trial proved popular.
A pensioner who was arrested after police found his SAS hero father’s Second World War revolver in the attic of his home has avoided a prison sentence.
A pensioner was caught with an illegal “war relic” revolver and a cache of hollow point bullets at his home.
Police have issued a security warning to the public following a number of break-ins in the past month.
A Dundee teenager who assaulted a 15-year-old male was placed on a community payback order.
A man who assaulted his wife had sentence deferred.
A pensioner is to stand trial over claims he had an arsenal of prohibited firearms at his home — as well as hundreds of bullets.
The consultation process for the proposed withdrawal of a bus service has been slammed after around 20 people were left stranded in the rain.