Health chiefs in Tayside have been urged to divert tens of thousands of pounds owed to a collapsed clinical waste firm to support unpaid workers at its Dundee plant.
British Gas owner Centrica has warned that its financial performance in 2019 will be hit by the energy regulator’s tariff price cap as it reported a double-digit increase in annual operating profits.
An ambitious swimming pool project, which was feared dead in the water after a major funding blow last year, has been resurrected.
An Angus councillor has had his wrists slapped by the standards watchdog after signing a petition which referred to a church minister as a “homophobic reverend”.
A fairtrade cafe in Newport-on-Tay has hailed the response of the local community after it was forced to temporarily close following a break-in.
Two senior Tory councillors refused to take part in Perth and Kinross budget talks because they couldn’t stomach a 4% increase in council tax.
In most cases country living involves a handsome but draughty old stone house or a warm but boring new build.
A major employer has pleaded with Angus Council not to bring in a workplace parking tax that “many would be unable to bear”.
A Kirkcaldy laundry and workwear factory is to close its doors with the loss of 86 jobs within a matter of weeks.
Their hearts pounding as they tore at the wire covering the window of the cattle car they were trapped in, Tom Wilson and two companions feared discovery by their German captors.