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Concerns grow for missing Kirkcaldy man  Police in Fife are appealing for help in finding a Kirkcaldy man reported missing.
Trial of man accused of embezzling £34k+ while Angus youth facility chief executive delayed  The trial of a former Angus youth facility chief executive accused of embezzling almost £35,000 over six years while in the post has...
Fife buildings normally closed to public will welcome visitors for Doors Open Day  Buildings normally closed to the public will be welcoming people next month for this year’s Doors Open Day in Fife.
Glasgow driver was caught doing 70mph in 30mph zone outside village  A driver was caught driving at 70mph in a 30mph limit as he was leaving a Kinross-shire village.
Search for missing Kirkcaldy woman continues  A search continues for a 30-year-old woman missing from Kirkcaldy.
Map shows which city centre roads will be closed for DunDee 80s this weekend  Dundee City Council has released a map showing which roads will be closed for this weekend's DunDee 80s event.
RAB DOUGLAS: Dundee will be working on a new deal for Finn Robertson  I would imagine Dundee are working on Finn Robertson’s new contract as we speak.
Daniel among hundreds of new P1s in Fife after successful kidney transplant  A boy who was once Scotland’s youngest dialysis patient was among hundreds of Fife children starting school on Wednesday.
Beautiful former smiddy in Boarhills, near St Andrews, makes great home with Airbnb potential  Falside Smiddy is one of those houses I almost wish I’d visited in the winter.
St Johnstone and Hibs look to tighten up their defences  St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright has admitted that both managers will be looking to tighten things up at Easter Road on Saturday.
Dundee boss James McPake senses his players now fully believe in what club are trying to achieve  Dundee boss James McPake insists his new-look team are now full of self-belief after posting a performance to savour.
Miller Homes builds landbank as it reports strong earnings  Major Scottish housebuilder Miller Homes has defied a national slowdown in house sales by announcing strong growth.
Hair of the dog Angus delivery driver decanted vodka into Irn Bru bottle while on the job  A ‘hair of the dog’ Angus delivery driver who decanted vodka into a bottle of Irn Bru on the job has been put off the road for 14 months.
Tayside charity helps feed 1,300 children a week to tackle summer holiday hunger  Thousands of children had to be fed by a Tayside charity during the summer in a bid to tackle holiday hunger.
Man caught with weapons in Dundee claimed Carseview encouraged him to collect knives as a hobby  A man who claimed staff at the Carseview mental health unit  encouraged him to collect knives as a hobby has avoided jail after he ...
Hundreds of new homes on the way for Montrose as £100m Sunnyside Hospital development begins  Work has started on the 450-home, £100 million residential redevelopment of the former Sunnyside Royal Hospital site near Montrose.
Dunfermline man to join hiking pals on gruelling Stevenson Way in memory of fellow hiker  Three runners are in solitary training before uniting to honour their late friend by taking on the gruelling Stevenson Way.
Industrial action set to hit train services between Fife and Edinburgh, commuters told  Fifers are being warned to expect yet more disruption to ScotRail services as rail workers start industrial action.
Dance and sing your heart out at unique exercise group coming to Tayside and Fife  DanceSing, a unique fitness group, aims to promote mental and physical health in people young and old. Caroline Lindsay finds out more
Team battling to transform Montrose says Angus Council has brushed views under the carpet  A team battling to transform Montrose has accused Angus Council of brushing the views it gathered under the carpet.
Owner of award-winning Newport cafe seeks new owner after cancer diagnosis  The owner of an award-winning Newport cafe is looking for someone to take over the reigns following her cancer diagnosis last year.
Shell warns of four weeks of elevated flaring at Mossmorran  Shell has warned four weeks of occasional flaring may be necessary at its natural gas liquids plant at Mossmorran.
Perth New Look shop worker made fraudulent gift card returns worth hundreds of pounds  A shop worker who cheated her bosses out of hundreds of pounds in a fraudulent gift card scheme was caught after she used her employee...
Quiet confidence Strathmartine fireraising fight is going in right direction  Cautious optimism has been aired that efforts to educate firebugs over the dangers of the derelict Strathmartine Hospital may be paying off.
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