A new support group to raise awareness of a little-known debilitating and deadly lung disease has been launched in Fife and Tayside.
Shops and businesses across Tayside and Fife have stopped taking £50 notes amid fears the market has been flooded with forgeries.
A treasure trove of sports memorabilia that will be of great interest to golf enthusiasts across Fife and Tayside is to go under the hammer next month.
A remarkable young St Andrews girl and a former Madras College music teacher who both suffered similar brain tumours will join renowned actor Alan Cumming on stage in aid of neurosurgery fundraising at Ninewells.
St Andrews University has highlighted its “grave concern” over the controversial decision to suspend overnight out-of-hours services at the town’s hospital.
Tay Road Bridge operators have criticised reckless van and lorry drivers who ignored warning signs during high winds on Wednesday.
“You can almost feel the spirit when you arrive” – Dundee’s prospects discussed at International Dinner
Business leaders gathered for Dundee and Angus Chamber of Commerce’s inaugural International Dinner – demonstrating the strong links between the city, Scotland and the rest of the world on St Andrew’s Day.
Dundee FC has apologised to two Celtic fans after an Irish flag was taken from them during the weekend’s league defeat at Dens Park.
Guests donned shorts, shades and Hawaiian shirts at the V&A in Dundee last night as a colourful awards ceremony marked the end of a hugely successful Summer of Games across the City of Discovery.
Fears have been raised about the worrying number of children being left home alone in parts of Tayside and Fife.