Community groups in Newport have hit out at "the worst graffiti yet" after vandals tagged multiple locations over the weekend, just months after the area won a rising star award.
Police in Tayside have warned the public to remain vigilant after a series of thefts involving distraction techniques at small shops and businesses.
St Mirren supporters who spat at unconscious Dundee United fan branded ‘totally unacceptable’ by club
Football fans who allegedly spat and threw coins at an injured Dundee United supporter have been told their actions are "totally unacceptable" by their own club.
A building firm boss has been accused of taunting a cat lover who successfully sued him for £20,000 over poor workmanship - by renaming his failed business Katlady Services.
Architecture firm reveals stunning impression of how Dundee marina could look under ambitious proposals
A leading architecture firm has revealed a stunning impression of how a marina in Dundee could look under ambitious proposals to transform the city's Waterfront area.
NHS Tayside re-opens chemotherapy scandal helpline after health secretary blasts ‘wrong’ closure after just one week
A dedicated helpline for patients affected by the NHS Tayside chemotherapy scandal has re-opened after Scotland's health secretary blasted the decision to close it after just one week.
Scottish Government accused of ‘dereliction of duty’ over McGill collapse amid claims jobs could have been saved
Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard has accused the Scottish Government of a "dereliction of duty" over the collapse of Dundee building contractor McGill.
Dundee Pensioner’s Forum ‘very hopeful’ shower charges will be scrapped following meetings with council leader
A Dundee senior citizens' group believes it may be on the verge of victory in its battle to have controversial weekly shower charges scrapped.
Scottish Labour leader calls for employment law to be devolved in wake of Michelin and BiFab job losses
Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard has called for employment law to be devolved to Holyrood to protect workers, such as those facing job losses at Michelin Dundee and BiFab in Fife.
A man had to be rescued from the River Tay after attempting to swim from Dundee to Fife in swimming trunks.