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  A "gutted" Angus family are searching for their stowaway cat after the moggy smuggled herself out of their farm on a hay bale trailer.
  Cowdenbeath have put the Scottish football authorities on notice that they have plans in place to leave the field during a game...
  Skylarks have been seen – and heard – in record numbers at a Tayside beauty spot this year.
  Public holiday waste collections in Angus have been rescheduled for the festive season.
  Dog lovers will be able so sign up for canine first aid courses in the new year.
  Daniel Sloss thinks his new show, X, is worth going to – but he won’t say much about it.
  An ambitious blueprint designed to secure the future of Perth’s Craigie Hill Golf Club has been approved by members.
  Young St Johnstone midfielder Ali McCann has signed a new three-and-a-half-year deal with the Perth club.
  A Fife man has been jailed for glassing a complete stranger in the face at a pub.
  A 43-year-old man has been arrested in connection with an alleged assault after a woman was found injured on a Perthshire bridge during the early hours of Tuesday...
  UK Athletics haven’t had the best of years in terms of their governance of the sport.
  A kidney patient killed the nurse who helped with his dialysis when he veered across the road and crashed into an oncoming articulated lorry.
  Scotbeef Inverurie is on track to complete construction of its new abattoir by the end of 2020.
  A man has appeared in court accused of preparing acts of terrorism.
  A perfect record has earned Dundee United boss Robbie Neilson another Ladbrokes Championship manager of the month award.
  Police have launched a major investigation after two people were found dead at a holiday home in Aberdeenshire.
  The latest bid to bring change to Angus Council’s controversial car parking charges scheme has hit another dead end after a move to drop the fees...
  Dundee United’s players have been starved of game time and want to serve up a feast of football when they play Alloa.
  Marchers in Dundee and Perth took to the city centre on Thursday to campaign against sexual violence against women.
  Dundee will need to take quality as well as character with them to Gayfield, according to manager James McPake.
  A red squirrel scampers across the gravel drive of Cabana then disappears up a tree.
  Forfar-born Caroline May Doig, who made history as the first woman elected to the council of the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh, has died at the age of...
  Fife has hinted it is unlikely to follow Edinburgh City Council’s lead by banning A-boards and other temporary on-street advertising in problem areas.
  The founder of a global initiative which promotes peace and cooperation through music has commended musicians across Tayside and Fife for their role in ...
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