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Fireworks and flames lit up the night sky above Tayside and Fife as the region celebrated Guy Fawkes Night.
Hollywood A-listers dined at a new St Andrews restaurant on Thursday night as they marked the end of filming a hit TV show at V&A Dundee.
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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.
A series of meetings to push for a Tay Cities Deal are to be held over the next few days.
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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