NHS Tayside has been lifted out of emergency measures despite continuing to overspend by £1.5 million a month.
Retailers have intervened over the Budget deadlock by warning any delay to Holyrood passing the £33 billion package could damage the high street.
Teachers would demand refunds at taxpayer expense if they are slapped with new parking charges, says one of Scotland’s biggest unions.
Most people in Tayside and Fife want another chance to vote on Brexit, according to a poll.
The number of civil court cases have increased in Tayside and Fife by the largest rate in the country, new figures show.
One of Scotland’s biggest trade unions has pleaded with councils not to introduce a levy they have called a “tax for turning up to work”.
Dundee has the highest proportion of electric vehicles in its council fleet in Scotland - but its neighbours lag below the national average.
Frank’s Law kicks in today following a six-year fight by Kirriemuir campaigner Amanda Kopel to end age discrimination in the care system.
A campaigner who blames NHS Tayside for not doing more to save her uncle from suicide has told MSPs she is also being failed by the service.
A Perthshire MSP has said it is impossible to debate important gender issues because of the abuse dished out if politicians share their views.