A driver who led police on a high-speed car chase through Kirkton claimed one of his passengers was threatening to stab him.
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A dazzling riverside lights show, including a magical tribute to Harry Potter, is expected to draw tens of thousands of visitors to Perth city centre.
The next generation could let old anthems be forgotten, according to new research which show Auld Lang Syne is not a New Year hit with younger listeners.
The script of It’s A Wonderful Life has been painted onto railway station platforms as part of a mental health festive campaign.
A Burns supper stalwart who entertained Dundonians over seven decades has died at the age of 96.
Two of Dundee’s most influential exports have been immortalised in a new book of art work.
Mystery family documents uncovered in Dundee treasure chest could hold links to Robert Burns, Queen Elizabeth I and Sir Walter Scott
A woman is appealing for help tracing a stash of documents found in a treasure chest linking her family to some of the UK’s most famous historical figures.
As Scotland gets ready to celebrate Burns Night 2017, we take a look at the man who inspired the annual celebration, Robert Burns.