Applications are now being taken for Strictly Come Prancing Fife at Dunfermline’s Glen Pavilion on March 27.
Sir, – I wondered why Jenny Fuchter is puzzled at what she sees as a lack of scientific debate on climate change in Britain? (“Bring balance to climate debate”, letters October 24).
A female Angus pub fighter who pulled out clumps of hair in a row with a mother and daughter has been fined by a sheriff.
A former taxman exploited his knowledge of lax system checks to con HMRC into paying him £22,000 to cover his gambling debts.
A man has admitted attempting to murder a Fife police officer who was left in a “fight for his life”.
A Blairgowrie man issued death threats and posted “revenge porn” videos.
A drone pilot caught trying to fly a mobile phone into a maximum security prison has been jailed for nine months.
Sir, – I feel compelled to write in support of the breast oncology consultants in Tayside.
Sir, – I am irritated by continuing reference in the media that the UK has “ruled out” granting Section 30.
A refugee who fled war and built a new life in Dundee has developed technology to help identify the gender of war victims who have few remaining features.