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.
A jetski rider had to be plucked from the River Tay on Friday afternoon after his machine broke down between the bridges.
A small fire in a house in Newport-on-Tay was extinguished prior to the arrival of firefighters late on Wednesday evening.
An extra £5 million to help NHS boards cope with the pressure winter puts on health and social care services has been announced by the Scottish Government.
An ambitious vision of what Tayside and Fife rail services could look like in the not-too-distant future has been unveiled by a national campaign group.
Members of the public will get the chance to hear more about a bold blueprint for the future of rail services in Tayside and Fife at an event in Dundee this weekend.
A former Dundee player jailed for his part in a brutal baseball bat attack is hoping to get his life back on track after being handed a work placement at Raith Rovers.
Two people have been taken to hospital following what police have described as an “incident” at a Dundee industrial estate.
A group of big-hearted bikers will lay wreaths at 31 monuments across Scotland as part of a huge fundraising effort to raise £60,000 for Poppyscotland, whilst also commemorating the centenary of the end of the First World War.