Dozens of workers at a world-leading agricultural research centre near Dundee have been told their jobs are at risk.
The UK Government have announced the successful bids for a huge number of huge wind farm projects planned in the Scottish North Sea under the Contracts for Difference (CfD).
‘I felt sick and wanted it to end’: Courier reporter replicates intense 31C Japan Rugby World Cup conditions…in Dundee
A Tayside university has hit on strange way to attract new students – throw them into the same gruelling conditions Scotland’s rugby team will face in the World Cup.
Questions over treatment of Dundee Catholic schools after claims by former convener schools should be secular
A political spat has erupted in Dundee after a former children and families convener claimed all schools should be secular.
A much-loved Ninewells security guard dearly wanted "one last night shift" before he died, according to his widow.
A Dundee art teacher sexually assaulted a female pupil and looked up children's skirts during class, a court has been told.
A Fife man reported missing after last being seen in Dundee has been found safe and well. Stewart McLaren, who is 38 and from the Dunfermline area, left a property in Clepington Road on Wednesday and had not been seen since. Police had issued an appeal but later confirmed he had been found safe.
Oor Wullie mania will take over Edinburgh tonight as the BIG Bucket Trail auctions reach the capital.
FEATURE: Why 1980s children’s TV legend Johnny Ball is still ‘thinking of numbers’ ahead of Dundee University talk
Ahead of an event at Dundee University, legendary 1980s children’s TV presenter Johnny Ball tells Michael Alexander why he still wants children to ‘open their minds’ to maths and science.
‘It’s not just stressed tycoons who have a stroke’ – Brian Cox hails planned stroke care improvements in Tayside
Dundee-born actor Brian Cox has said the plight of his character in hit HBO series Succession highlights the significance of new “important” changes to stroke care in Tayside.