Fears have been raised that Brexit is leading to major staff shortages after worker registrations fell by nearly a quarter in Tayside and Fife.
Nicola Sturgeon has said another independence vote will happen - but will not lay out her referendum plans while the Brexit deadlock continues.
Nicola Sturgeon says she is waiting for a Dundee inquiry to publish its findings before taking fresh action to tackle Scotland’s drugs death crisis.
A petition demanding that Brexit is stopped has reached one million signatures - including thousands in Tayside and Fife.
Long-serving Michelin staff in Dundee will receive six-figure sums from the factory’s closure, The Courier can reveal.
Dundee’s stalling progress on pupil attainment ‘cannot be fully explained by funding and deprivation’
Dundee is making the slowest progress in Scotland for improving attainment at secondary schools, according to an analysis by a council watchdog.
The Environment Secretary ridiculed a plan to send “kill squads” to deal with Tay beavers before MSPs backed her controversial reform to give them protected status.
Drug seizures of the most potent substances have reached record levels leading to calls for the Scottish Government to declare a public health emergency.
The First Minister faced calls to apologise for describing a serving police officer’s comments on pay as “disgraceful”.
Tay Cities Deal bosses are not seeking the extra £50 million from the Conservative Government demanded by the SNP, Holyrood was told.