Abernyte Primary School will close for good in a year but the school's parent council have not given up hope of saving the school.
The man behind a damning report into NHS Tayside mental health services has said there needs to be fundamental changes in how they are delivered.
A war of words has broken out after the deputy leader of Angus Council slammed opposition critics who claim the council is a “junior partner” in the Tay Cities Deal - leaving the county “short changed.”
An mother is fighting back against the bullies with a plan to improve face-to-face support for victims.
Pub group Young’s has posted strong annual growth, but warned it will be tough to beat the growth of last year’s bumper World Cup summer.
A house-builder has won an appeal against Dundee City Council's decision to refuse planning permission for a controversial development.
Broadband provider TalkTalk has been persuading existing customers to switch to its faster, more expensive, fibre broadband service, helping to reduce its losses, the company said.
A Dundee musician is seeking the good Samaritan who struck the right note by returning the "irreplaceable" flute he "foolishly" left on a park bench.
A crunch meeting to decide the long-term future of Fife's out of hours GP service has been shelved for a second time.
Fife workers are "good to go" to deliver new contracts at Rosyth's shipbuilding yards.