A drug dealer whose forgotten stash sat hidden in a dry stone dyke "for years" until it was accidentally found by enthusiasts playing a worldwide online game has been jailed for three years.
Two-thirds of pupils at a Dundee high school not awarded any highers as attainment gap remains in Scotland
Pupils from the most deprived parts of Tayside and Fife are less likely to pass highers than those living in more affluent areas, pass rates reveal.
NHS Tayside is the country's slowest health board at treating people for alcohol and drug problems.
A builder is to stand trial accused of scamming over £60,000 from a series of customers by allegedly carrying out shoddy work and failing to complete all of the work he promised.
The Tay Cities Deal faces a funding threat with the UK Government cutting its contribution to the £1 billion investment package.
Police stations across Tayside, including the force’s Angus headquarters, could close, the region’s new commander has revealed.
Tayside’s new police commander has made reducing drugs deaths his top priority.
Veterans’ Minister Graeme Day made a poignant visit to an Aberdeen yesterday as he reflected on his own family’s service in past conflicts.
A small fragment of the Stone of Destiny, used for centuries in the coronation of monarchs, could fetch up to £3,000 at auction in Edinburgh this month.
Esther McVey says ‘personalised’ Universal Credit works – as 5,000 Scots get benefits-related emergency grants
The UK Welfare Secretary has insisted the Universal Credit system gets Scots back to work as it emerged more than 5,000 people needed emergency grants last year because of benefit delays.