Thousands of children have died needlessly from sepsis due to delays of more than a decade in introducing a nationally agreed checklist of symptoms, campaigners and nursing leaders have said.
A pair of drop-in sessions will be held to discuss the Aberfeldy Flood Prevention Scheme in the next month.
Royal Mail has warned that it will pay a smaller dividend from next year to support transformation plans, as the postal service reported a dip in underlying profits.
An Angus paedophile who tampered with child abuse images so they showed him engaged in sick acts with Tayside youngsters has been jailed for 18 months.
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.
A crack-cocaine addict broke into a Dundee University art building, raided offices and left a trail of blood after embarking on a stealing spree.
Two women have denied an attack on another female at an Angus residential park.
A new plan aims to untap the potential of Fife’s rich food and drink sector.
More than 150,000 UK steel jobs have been lost since the 1980s, according to a new study.
Abertay University has reassured students teaching will continue as normal while consultation over staff redundancies begins.