An Angus school was put on "lockdown" yesterday after an excluded pupil who was previously removed from the premises while wielding a knife was spotted walking around campus.
Council bosses in Dundee have been accused of operating "behind a curtain" over a major corporate fraud investigation which has now embroiled a number of authority employees.
Winter Graduations 2019: Pub boss and former teacher among first students to graduate from crime writing course
A publican, more used to hearing customers complain about the price of a pint being murder, will become one of the first students to graduate from a crime writing course at Dundee University.
A Dundee City Council employee named as part of a major corporate fraud probe has been suspended, The Courier can reveal.
Monifieth mum whose son was injured while being restrained at school hits out at Scottish Government over issue
An Angus mum who has spent nine years campaigning against restraint and seclusion in schools has hit out at the Scottish Government's lack of action on the issue.
Concerns raised by Dundee businesses over awarding of £8.3m contract at centre of corporate fraud probe
Businesses in Dundee repeatedly raised concerns about the awarding of an £8.3 million council contract which is now at the heart of a major corporate fraud investigation.
A senior Dundee City Council official has quit in the midst of an investigation into claims he was treated to a golfing trip on the Spanish coast by bosses of a firm awarded an £8 million local authority contract.
Dundee MP refuses to give update on pledge to create facility for special needs children at his Tayside castle
A Dundee MP has refused to say when he intends to push forward with plans to transform his plush castle home into a facility for children with special needs.
EXCLUSIVE: Patients hit back at ‘catastrophic breakdown of communication’ over NHS Tayside breast cancer revelations
Breast cancer patients in Tayside who were given lower than standard chemotherapy doses have accused officials of presiding over a "catastrophic breakdown of communication" over their care.
Breast cancer patients who were given lower than standard doses of chemotherapy treatment by NHS Tayside are poised to take legal action.