Rail services to Angus, Dundee and Fife have been cancelled due to a signalling issue in the kingdom.
A Dundee pensioner has appeared in court accused of leaving a Fife cyclist to die on a country road following a car accident.
A power cut plunged Dundee city centre shops and businesses into darkness on Monday.
Rail passengers are facing yet another morning of disruption after a signalling fault forced the cancellation of a number of east coast services.
A Dundee man who chopped off and stole a disabled woman's hand believed former US president Barack Obama told him to carry out the attack.
Reality TV star Spencer Matthews was forced to hide in the vault of a luxury watch shop as armed robbers smashed their way into the store.
An electrical fault has been blamed for the sudden closure of the Post Office in Forfar which left customers facing a round trip of over 30 miles to access certain services.
A Fife animal park was evacuated after a car struck a gas canister.
A care home company has been fined £270,000 following the death of a Fife resident who swallowed chlorine tablets in the belief they were mints.
Madam, – When I read how Angus Council and the Carnoustie Golf Links groups were opposing the laying of a renewable electricity cable through their land (Compulsory purchase order on historic links, Courier, July 11) I began to wonder if I was reading a master lesson on “how to do irony”.