An “alarming” rate of crime has been detected at railway stations across Tayside and Fife, including sexual assaults and theft of live cables.
Liz Smith MSP
Police are hunting for vandals after a Perth sports centre was emblazoned with offensive graffiti.
Health chiefs have been urged to act over the "shocking" number of Tayside residents forced to have a body part amputated as a result of diabetes.
More than half of Fife’s school kitchens haven’t been inspected for three years.
More than 40 safety incidents including collapsing walls and falling goalposts have been recorded at schools across Tayside and Fife in the last two years.
Anti-smoking services in Perth and Kinross have come under fire after it was revealed the number of smokers in the area is growing despite government efforts to wipe out the habit.
Swinney has ‘very serious questions to answer’ as education bosses finally seek proper controls on school app
Authorities are attempting to fix safety concerns about a school networking app months after they were first warned of problems.
Pressure mounts on Swinney as Education Scotland chief admits Yammer safety controls ‘not hugely effective’
Education Scotland's chief executive has admitted safety controls on a social networking tool used in Scottish schools are "not hugely effective".
Education Secretary was warned of pornographic content and ineffective monitoring weeks before Yammer lockdown
Education Secretary John Swinney was warned of pornographic material circulating on a school social networking tool six weeks before a Courier investigation led to access being locked down.
Education Scotland is facing "very difficult questions" after being forced to order a hard reset of all passwords across its national digital learning platform following a major security breach.