The company in charge of the contentious Ninewells Hospital car park has refused to say if prices will rise for a fourth consecutive year.
A sheriff has ordered a full medical update on a Forfar assault victim before he passes sentence on the man who attacked him.
Twenty two years after the break-up of Dire Straits, the band’s bassist John Illsley talks to Michael Alexander about being back on the road with a new band as he heads to Dundee and Kinross on October 26 and 27.
Just a handful of council employees in Tayside have been disciplined for breaches of internet codes of conduct amid stringent rules governing what sites they can visit.
Organisers of Fife’s smallest organised bonfire and fireworks display fear this year’s event could be the last due to dwindling funds.
A Perth football fan whose father died just months before their team won the Scottish Cup is backing a campaign to raise funds for vital research into cancer treatments.
Dundee quartet Stoor are taking part in the 20th anniversary Jockrock which takes place in Glasgow on October 20.
An 'extreme commuter' who rode 200 London buses in less than 24 hours has turned to Dundee for his latest adventure.
No matter how hard it seems that only the second game of Glasgow Warriors’ European campaign is already a “must win”, that’s the nature of the beast that is the European Rugby Champions Cup, believes Tommy Seymour.
Chris Kelly did have a little wobble as he promised, but eventually the Glasgow man pulled away to his third M&H Logsitics Scottish Professional Championship with a wire-to-wire win at the King’s Course at Gleneagles.