A charity race night to raise funds for Alzheimer Scotland and Lochleven Care Home at Panmurefield has raised more than £5,000.
Andrew Rooney, 41, of Balbeggie Terrace, admitted two motoring offences. He pleaded guilty to driving at 60mph in a 40mph zone on the A92 Arbroath to Dundee road near Panmurefield on April 21. He also admitted driving without insurance on the same road on the same date. He was fined a total of £450.
A man has been fined and given penalty points after admitting a string of motoring offences.
Bruce Laing, 54, of Almond Place, admitted driving at 65mph on the 40mph A92 Arbroath to Dundee road at Panmurefield and East Balgillo Road on January 14.
A man who drove at almost twice the speed limit on the A92 dual carriageway between Dundee and Arbroath has been fined. Raul Vergara, 48, of John Huband Drive, Birkhill, admitted that on October 27, at Panmurefield, Broughty Ferry, he drove his car at 77mph in a 40mph zone. He was fined £200.
A man has been rescued from the Dighty burn in Broughty Ferry.
Paulo Melo, 38, of Warddykes Road in Arbroath, was fined £300 for motoring offences.
A Broughty Ferry nursery has been praised in a care inspection report.
Council chiefs are set to continue their pursuit against the occupiers of a caravan who had been living on an area of land without permission.
A cat was seen hobbling over the road in Dundee last night.
A new bus service linking Dundee with Perth and Arbroath has been launched today.
A Dundee care home worker who “abused the trust of the public” has been struck off.
A woman drove a car at 62mph in a 40mph zone.
Police have confirmed two members of a gang who targeted a Dundee Co-op have been captured on CCTV.
Locals have spoken of their shock after a stolen car ram-raided a Dundee shop.
A Dundee Co-op has been raided by thieves who used a vehicle to ram open the door.
The Co-op has announced a new membership scheme for all its customers — with the project set to benefit various projects in the stores’ local communities.
Bollards have been installed on a residential street in a bid to stop vehicles from cutting through an estate.
Residents have hit out at the stalemate in Panmurefield between a caravan owner and council officers.
Dundee City Council says it’s begun a process of “enforcement” over a caravan which has been parked on land in Broughty Ferry for several months.