Prosecutors have received a report into the death of an Italian businessman shot dead during a Perthshire hunting trip.
Annalise Johnstone’s pal thought pair accused of her murder ‘pulling her leg’ when they said where she had gone
Annalise Johnstone’s best pal thought the couple accused of her friend’s murder were “pulling her leg” when they gave garbled accounts of where she had gone, a court heard.
Police are investigating an overnight break-in at the Spar shop in Inchture.
Tinnitus sufferer Robert Mattinson has told of his constant battle with what he describes as “the invisible disability”.
Police are appealing for motorists with dashcams to get in touch after an incident near Dundee.
Safety fears have been expressed after police were called to reports of stray horses close to the A90 between Dundee and Perth.
Angry locals have hit out at the “idiots and morons” who smashed windows at a Tayside hall with a plant pot.
Police are looking to track down the occupants of a red car seen speeding away from a local Spar after it was raided.
Households in the local area were left high and dry due to a burst water main.
Honeymoon heartache has hit a Dundee bride who was hoping to celebrate her wedding with a special holiday a year on.
A woman has been fully committed for trial after making a second appearance in connection with the alleged murder of Annalise Johnstone.
The A90 near Dundee is restricted for "up to 60 minutes" after a road crash.
One of Dundee Kiltwalk’s youngest participants is set to step out and raise money for a Tayside school which helps his little brother.
Ewan Clark, 53, of Green Julian Place in Inchture, has been fined and banned after admitting driving in Dundee while over the alcohol limit.
Planning chiefs say they cannot support a contentious Carse of Gowrie housing plan because it will be too noisy for neighbours.
Toys and games have been donated to the Sunshine Box at Tayside Children’s Hospital, which is attached to Ninewells Hospital.
Former Dundee United captain Sean Dillon took on the Beast from the East as he chipped in clearing roads and paths.
When John Farrell was diagnosed with terminal cancer he had three final wishes — to walk his daughter down the aisle, dance with her at her wedding and die at home.
Two mothers have launched a bid to donate all the blood their daughters, who are living with leukaemia, have had in transfusions.
A plan to build 74 houses on a Carse of Gowrie site identified as suitable for just 16 homes has been withdrawn.