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First BSE case in 10 years found on Scottish farm  A case of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) has been confirmed on a farm in Aberdeenshire. The post First BSE case in 10 years found on Scottish farm appeared first onThe...
Firms to highlight employee ownership as an exit option  Representatives from two Tayside firms who have made the move to employee ownership will speak at a Scottish Enterprise event to encourage other business owners to...
Festival of the Future: New five-day Dundee event celebrating science and creativity begins  A new five-day festival has started in Dundee celebrating everything from science to music, food, theatre and art. The post Festival...
Dundee United boss Robbie Neilson knew all about Pavol Safranko before pair teamed up at Tannadice  Dundee United boss Robbie Neilson has revealed he watched Pavol Safranko in action when the frontman was still playing in...
Rab Douglas: Ideal scenario would have been Gordon Strachan at Dens but time to get behind Jim McIntyre  In football you very rarely get an ideal scenario and mine would have been to see Gordon Strachan at Dundee in some...
From Diamonds to Dark Blues: Reflections on career of new Dundee manager Jim McIntyre  Eric Nicolson takes a look back at the career of new Dundee manager Jim McIntyre. The post From Diamonds to Dark Blues: Reflections on...
Stress levels in Fife schools laid bare with new figures  Stress-led staff absence in Fife schools has almost doubled over the past three years, according to new figures. The post Stress levels in Fife schools laid bare with...
Nominations open for the 2019 Dundee Citizen of the Year  Locals are being encouraged to nominate their community stalwarts for the 2019 Dundee Citizen of the Year award. The post Nominations open for the 2019 Dundee Citizen of ...
Celebration event in Aberfeldy for former environmentalist campaigner Simon Pepper  A commemoration event will be held in Aberfeldy at the weekend to celebrate the life of environmentalist Simon Pepper. The post Celebration...
Calls for investigation into fire safety failings discovered months before Braeview Academy blaze  Braeview Academy parents and a cross-party group of city councillors have called for an investigation into fire safety failings...
Praise for Forfar project which is tackling loneliness in the elderly  An innovative project spanning three generations is helping to tackle loneliness among the elderly on Tayside. The post Praise for Forfar project which is...
Farmers developing new approaches to managing growing beaver populations  Farmers and land managers are working with the government to identify new ways of controlling growing beaver populations in Tayside. The post Farmers...
Businesses will benefit from proposed Crail to St Andrews shared use path  Scores of local businesses will benefit from a proposed cycle path between Crail and St Andrews, according to a new study. The post Businesses will...
First full Angus common good audit to be undertaken  A detailed stocktake of assets across Angus is to be taken in a bid to build an exact common good register for local burghs. The post First full Angus common good audit to be ...
Foal found in freezing winter now excelling with Fife rehomer  A horse who was rescued at just 10-months-old from a freezing field with his emaciated mother and a group of other horses is now taking the competition world by...
Speculation mounts over demolition of Forfar leisure centre  Fresh speculation has emerged around the future of Forfar’s  former Lochside Leisure Centre amidst growing anger over its demolition delay. The post Speculation...
Universities to research integration of minority communities in Scotland  St Andrews and Dundee universities have been given funding to research how Muslims and Roma people have integrated into local communities. The post...
Multi-million pound plans to develop former Perth hospital recommended for refusal  Councillors will be urged to reject multi-million pound plans to build more than 120 homes in the grounds of a former Perth hospital. The post...
A very homely business  Whitemoss Lodge is easier to find than many properties I’ve visited in this job. The post A very homely business appeared first onThe Courier .
Balfour Beatty appointed to £500m framework  Balfour Beatty has been appointed as the sole contractor to Scape Group’s newly launched civil engineering framework worth up to £500 million. The post Balfour Beatty appointed to...
Broadband works to block access to businesses  Closing a key road through Highland Perthshire could mean the difference between “life or death” for businesses that rely on tourism, it has been claimed. The post Broadband works...
Former First Minister donates to hedgehog sanctuary after chance encounter  Former First Minister Alex Salmond has given a Fife hedgehog sanctuary a surprise boost after a chance discovery of a long lost memento. The post...
Going with a bang: Dunfermline will be rocking for annual fireworks display  Dunfermline will be rocking this bonfire night. The post Going with a bang: Dunfermline will be rocking for annual fireworks display appeared first...
Two-thirds of rural Scots back onshore wind farms, says Survation poll  Wind farm developments should be accelerated with the help of state subsidies after a poll revealed two-thirds of rural Scots support them, campaigners...
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