Tayside Contracts have been doing their bit for charity and raised £1,000 to help fund a defibrillator.
Emergency services helped rescue a man near Queen’s Bridge in Perth last night.
Brexit planners say Dundee could be a hotbed of demonstrations and protests should the UK crash out of the EU at the end of the month.
Dundee City Council has revealed contingency plans which could see tinned and frozen food distributed to schools and care services in the event of a no deal Brexit.
Local residents are being reassured over forthcoming roadworks that will see part of a vital thoroughfare closed for several weeks.
A senior manager with Tayside Contracts seriously injured a colleague after running him down with his car.
A busy city road is set to close for two weeks while roadworks are carried out.
The Tele's story last week that Tayside schoolchildren could soon be eating frozen school dinners instead of fresh meals prepared in city schools provoked a strong response online.
Serving frozen dinners will not affect the nutritional value of school meals, a leading food expert has said.
Tayside schoolchildren could soon be eating frozen school dinners instead of fresh meals prepared in city schools.
Crossing patrollers at primary and secondary schools could have their hours cut as Dundee City Council reviews operations.
A Dundee councillor has warned of flooding at a Broughty Ferry junction, branding it a safety issue.
Proposals that will see catering-related jobs created in Angus due to a Tayside-wide shake-up in the way school meals are prepared will go before councillors early next year.
A furious mum has spoken out after her child was served a “green” burger for school dinner.
Motorists in Broughty Ferry have been warned of potential delays as repairs to a busy road begin later this month.
The latest addition to Dundee’s bike infrastructure has opened at the city’s railways station.
A number of bus services are delayed this morning due to the closure of a major Dundee road.
Dundee's school meal contractor has defended the standard of its food after a mum posted pictures of her daughter’s “awful” lunch online.
The number of children eating school dinners has risen across Tayside – despite a new payment system causing problems in Angus.
More than £600,000 of public cash was wasted on a bungled legal bid to recover costs after a roadworks debacle.