Police in Fife have charged a man in connection with a number of housebreakings, thefts and road traffic offences committed in Fife.
Fears have been raised Dundee could be in line for its worst year ever for drugs deaths after 12 suspected cases were recorded in the city last month alone.
St Andrews University insists it is making great strides in attracting students from deprived areas after it emerged one Scottish institution has started offering free accommodation to teenagers as an incentive.
A potentially lethal drug craze which turns users into “zombies” threatens to wreak havoc on the streets of Fife and Tayside, it has been warned.
All babies born in Tayside and Fife will now receive a box full of essential items to help give them the best possible start in life after a new Scottish Government scheme was rolled out.
A train guard was assaulted on board a train at Inverkeithing after a group of passengers threw a container of alcohol at him.
Raith Rovers demand action after “crystal clear” images of coin-throwing yob are passed to police and Dundee United
Raith Rovers have revealed they have given “crystal clear” images to police and Dundee United of the person who threw a coin at one of their players on Saturday.
Train services through Dundee are said to be running normally despite a van striking a bridge in Broughty Ferry on Monday night.
Ministers have confirmed they will consider financial assistance for local councils under the Bellwin Scheme following recent heavy snowfalls.
While the eyes of the world will inevitably be on Washington DC for Trump’s inauguration, students in Dundee could be forgiven for shifting their focus elsewhere for a few hours.