Signing for St Johnstone for a third time feels like coming home, Michael O’Halloran has admitted.
Throughout his long career, Sean Dillon has experienced the full rollercoaster of emotions that the Scottish Cup has to offer.
Dundee new boy Andy Dales believes unforgiving environment will help prepare him for tough battle ahead at Dens
Andy Dales admits playing in the harsh environment of the lower leagues in England with tough football on the park and everything from freezing showers to sauna-like dressing-rooms off it was the perfect preparation for the big battle he faces at Dundee.
Cammy Smith admits he didn’t have to think twice about dropping down a league from the Premiership to sign for Dundee United in the Championship.
Organisers of the national Trans Pride event have chosen Dundee as its next host following the success of the city's first Pride march last year.
Tommy Wright hasn’t given up hope of keeping his captain, Joe Shaughnessy, at McDiarmid Park – even though he knows Aberdeen will outbid St Johnstone.
Parents whose children may lose free school transport have been told Fife Council is not responsible for their safety before the bell rings.
A clinical advisor to the Independent Inquiry on Mental Health in Tayside has stepped down from his role because of a potential conflict of interest.
A Perth angling enthusiast has achieved a childhood dream to snag a prestigious award – more than 40 years after catching his first salmon.
A major interactive exhibition in Perth city centre will focus on the area’s myths, legends and other strange tales when it opens in March this year.