Police investigating the death of their colleague Dean Morrison in Carnoustie at the weekend have renewed their appeal to the taxi driver who they believe dropped him off in Carnoustie.
John McGlynn says he is "relishing" the challenge of securing promotion after returning for a second stint as Raith Rovers manager.
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The head of NHS Tayside says the team of nurses who granted a dying man's wish by allowing him one final moment with his pet dog did "a wonderful thing".
V&A Dundee has closed to new visitors after ferocious Storm Ali wind swept people off their feet outside.
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VIDEO: Groundshare or merger with Dundee “not on new owner’s agenda”, says outgoing Dundee United chairman Mike Martin
Dundee United's outgoing chairman Mike Martin has moved to dispel rumours that the club having a new American owner might one day lead to a groundshare or merger with city rivals Dundee, saying he and Mark Ogren discussed the issue "literally for about 10 seconds".
They say you're only as old as you feel — and a rock 'n' roll-loving resident of a Perthshire care home clearly does not feel a day older than when she was a young woman dancing in the Sixties.
A knife killer on home leave from Castle Huntly prison near Dundee has been found after breaking contact with the authorities.
A Monifieth man says the case for a plastic bottle deposit scheme couldn't be clearer — after he found litter dating from the 1970s on his local beach.