The wife of Dundee United legend Frank Kopel has “no regrets” about not putting a political candidate forward for next month’s election.
The Fife man at the centre of a groundbreaking decision that could throw the UK Government’s controversial “bedroom tax” policy into disarray has described the last few days as “like winning the lottery without the cash”.
Angus has opted to stay in the union after voting No in the independence referendum by over 10,000 votes.
A potential loss of almost £96.5 million from the Dundee and Angus economy because of the controversial HS2 project has been branded “appalling” by a senior MP.
Scottish unemployment fell by 1,000 over a three month period as Dundee saw the country’s biggest fall in jobseekers, according to official figures.
A row has broken out between a trade union and the Scottish Government over discussions with staff about plans to close police control rooms.
MPs across Tayside and Fife have claimed tens of thousands of pounds of taxpayers’ money to rent offices from their own political party, it has been revealed.
Hundreds of cases of cyber bullying have been reported by schools across Scotland in the past three years, new figures have revealed.
A would-be Conservative MP has seen a controversial call for No voters to unite against the SNP in Angus kicked into touch by his party’s coalition partners.
A summit to crack down on the sale of legal highs will take place in Scotland, the community safety minister has announced.