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Interview: Why the new Bishop of St Andrews, Dunkeld and Dunblane aims to ‘heal the wounds’ of society
Michael Alexander meets the newly installed Bishop of St Andrews, Dunkeld and Dunblane Ian Paton at the seat of the Scottish Episcopal Church in Perth.
Poignant ceremonies were held across Tayside and Fife as locals marked 100 years since Armistice Day brought about the end of World War I. Photographers were there to photograph the moving ceremonies across Perth and Kinross, Fife, Dundee, and Angus and the Mearns on Sunday, November 11.
A Brechin father-of-two is fighting for his life after being rescued from his burning flat by firefighters.
Work to clear the former Longannet power station continued this week with the demolition of more structures at the sprawling site.
Visitors to one of Scotland's most popular tourist towns will no longer be able to attach ‘love locks’ to a popular footbridge.
Northern Irish council boss offers to share Michelin ‘devastation’ experiences with Dundee city leaders
The council boss who fought to safeguard the industrial future of the former Michelin plant in Ballymena, Northern Ireland, has offered to visit Dundee to share her town’s experiences and help Dundee get through their own Michelin closure announcement shock in any way she can.
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Tayside and Fife is forecast to be hit by heavy rain and strong winds on Friday.
Dundee has lost 5% of its manufacturing employers while business numbers have grown across the rest of Scotland, new figures reveal.
Boxer Mike Towell’s trainer allegedly considered withdrawing him from his final fight due to health concerns, an inquiry into his death has heard.