The man behind a £70 million “world class” golf resort in Angus says funding is finally in place following a transatlantic tie-up.
It was ‘The Monster’ whose appearance in the Tay sparked an incredible Jaws-esque chase.
Forfar’s biggest employer has objected to a proposed new 175-home development at the centre of anthrax fears.
HMRC has vowed there will be no let-up in the global search to bring Tayside’s most wanted man to justice, five years after he left the country.
Still Game’s Miser Tam to finally put his hand in his pocket at Dundee tribute to Scotland’s national bard
Still Game’s miserly pensioner Tam Mullan will finally put his hand in his pocket when he arrives in Dundee next month.
A 1940s railway brake van struck by arsonists in Brechin has risen from the ashes.
Offshore wind exchange prompts ‘sea of opportunity’ Arbroath Brexit prediction from Conservative MSP
A “sea of opportunity” could unlock the door to Arbroath getting back into commercial fishing, a North East Scotland MSP said.
A Dundee man has found himself at the forefront of a Blue Planet fight to tackle Ghana’s plastic waste menace.
‘Golden age’ of Courier Country cinema remembered as communities work to bring back magic of the movies
A new golden age of community cinemas could be on the horizon.
Tayside will be quids in when the Radio 1 Big Weekend pitches up in the region in May, according to English tourism chiefs.