An investigation has claimed that NHS Tayside’s staffing difficulties are worse than first thought.
From Doctor Who becoming a woman to recognition of non-binary status in wider society, gender perceptions are changing. But is it fair, or has political correctness gone mad? Michael Alexander reports
Billy King is the first to admit that it is still very early days for the new-look Dundee United squad.
Brian Easton admits St Johnstone’s old boys are under pressure from a new generation.
Dundee United boss Ray McKinnon has been dealt a hammer blow with the news that striker James Keatings is set to miss the start of the Championship campaign after damaging ankle ligaments.
Sir, - The report on BBC salaries paid to entertainers is a depressing indication of the state of society and the selfishness and unfairness that occurs when people in the public service field are left to do as they please with insufficient government regulation.
Arbroath boss Dick Campbell has called for an end to the “ridiculous” July start to the season for part-time teams.
Tens of thousands of music fans will start arriving at Scone Palace today for Perthshire’s biggest music festival.
An Angus man who was jailed for life for the “horrible” murder of a Dundee woman is back behind bars after urinating outside a nursery.
When the Tay Bridge was completed in 1878 after taking six years to build, it was one of the longest bridges in the world and a marvel of Victorian engineering.