Police are appealing for help after a substantial amount of money was stolen from three parking meters in Dundee.
Patients have demanded clear answers over the health risks imposed by a breast cancer treatment "scandal" at NHS Tayside, amid anger at the lack of information given to the families of those who have died.
More than 200 women have rallied in Fife to fight against state pension injustice.
Talented tennis players from across Tayside and Fife have served up a winning performance to scoop three national awards.
Former Arbroath oil rig worker and Parkinson’s sufferer helps raise awareness of disease on World Parkinson’s Day
A former oil rig worker who was forced to retire due to Parkinson's disease is backing moves to raise awareness of the condition.
A legal row has erupted between two Dundee United supporters’ groups over the right to use a 110-year old trademark which neither party owns.
A pensioner has accused health workers of ignoring him because no one has visited him to cut his toe nails for five months.
Dundee City Council candidate under fire for campaigning with former councillor jailed on corruption charges
A candidate in a city by-election has been urged to apologise and consider his position after being spotted campaigning with a former councillor jailed on corruption charges.
Councils would have an extra £124 million to spend if they improved counter-fraud measures and clamped down on blunders, says a watchdog.
Charges against a Dundee sheriff accused of sexual misconduct have been dropped, the Crown Office has confirmed.