SNP members in Fife have called for the leadership to accelerate an independent Scotland’s move to a new currency.
The parents of a Dundee girl killed in a dog attack have despaired at the lack of progress in reducing fatalities on the 30th anniversary of their daughter’s death.
Workers to get ‘right to own’ their firms under Labour plan amid warning the model is ‘not a magic bullet’
Workers should be handed a legal right to buy their companies when they face closure or are up for sale, a Dundee conference will be told.
Councils could run into problems staging a European Parliament vote next month because of the shortened timetable, the Electoral Commission has warned.
The lack of wind turbine contracts coming to manufacturing yards in Fife will be raised in talks between governments, trade unions and developers.
Thousands of extra pupils will need to be taught in Scotland’s secondary schools by 2021, exposing critical shortages in classroom capacity, new analysis warns.
Councils would have an extra £124 million to spend if they improved counter-fraud measures and clamped down on blunders, says a watchdog.
Development problems were identified in 1,135 toddlers in Tayside and Fife in a year.
Nearly £500,000 was paid out by Perth and Kinross Council for the early retirement of two senior officers, it has emerged.
Most people in Tayside and Fife want another chance to vote on Brexit, according to a poll.