Three young journalists at DC Thomson Media are celebrating after winning coveted Print Futures Awards.
A barefoot athlete has her sights set on Tayside as she prepares to run the length of the UK to promote confidence in women.
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.
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Parents across Tayside and Fife welcomed their babies into the world on New Year’s Day.
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Fireworks and flames lit up the night sky above Tayside and Fife as the region celebrated Guy Fawkes Night.
Two men have appeared in court accused of robbing the Gleneagles Hotel and homes in St Andrews.
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Hundreds packed out the streets of Tayside and Fife across the weekend to herald in the festive season. Dundee, Carnoustie, Kirriemuir, Stonehaven, Kirkcaldy, Glenrothes, Alyth, Kinross and Crieff were among the communities to hold packed Christmas lights switch-on events. Photos: DC Thomson photographers Kris Miller, Gareth Jennings and Steve Brown/freelance photographers Paul Smith and Tina Norris.