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Man jailed after visiting mum in Dundee to check on her health  A Dundee man has been jailed for breaching an anti-social behaviour order by visiting his mother to check on her health after hearing she had taken a “tumble” in...
Dundee tree surgeon locked up after raping four women during a 12 year reign of terror  A former Dundee tree surgeon has been jailed for 13 years for raping four women over a 12-year-period. The post Dundee tree surgeon locked...
Shamed ex-minister Mark McDonald should be suspended from Scottish Parliament, committee rules  Shamed former minister Mark McDonald should be suspended from the Scottish Parliament without pay for one month, Holyrood's...
ScotRail train to be named after MND campaigner Gordon Aikman  A ScotRail train is to be named after Fife man Gordon Aikman, the late Motor Neurone Disease (MND) campaigner. The post ScotRail train to be named after MND...
£2.8m Tayport community hub to be completed by next summer  A ground-breaking ceremony marked the start of construction on a long-awaited £2.8m community hub in Tayport. The post £2.8m Tayport community hub to be completed by...
Kids spotted on roof of former Fife hotel night before devastating blaze  A former hotel in the heart of Leven has been left in a perilous state after a devastating fire. The post Kids spotted on roof of former Fife hotel night ...
ALEX BELL: Choose honesty on drugs  Drug policy is a verb which declines like this – I’m just having fun, you should just say no – but we all want to just get off our faces. It is individual sanctimony versus the human urge to...
Three-month window to save Comrie RBS branch  A team of financial experts has been appointed to decide the future of a closure-threatened RBS branch. The post Three-month window to save Comrie RBS branch appeared first onThe...
Police chief admits challenges ahead for force  The overall number of crimes in Angus over the past year fell from 9,608 to 9,401 which was a reduction of 2.2%. The post Police chief admits challenges ahead for force appeared...
New Dunfermline signing Aidan Connolly so proud of pal Andy Robertson  They started out as kids at Queen’s Park and have been pals ever since but Aidan Connolly admits it was still a simply surreal experience watching Andy...
Raith boss Barry Smith left frustrated as he misses out on signing target to part-time club  Barry Smith has expressed his frustration that despite Raith deciding to remain a full-time club this season, they are struggling to...
Controversial plans to turn former Kirkcaldy store into public house  A controversial plan to turn a former convenience store in Kirkcaldy into a pub could be given the green light next week, it has emerged. The post...
Girl power leads the way at college awards  Angus girl power has swept the board at the Angus and Dundee College awards ceremony as three former students lift prestigious awards. The post Girl power leads the way at college...
Angus parking permit charges petition gathers momentum  A fresh petition against the cost of parking permits in Angus is gaining momentum after it attracted more than 300 signatures in less than 24 hours. The post Angus parking ...
M90 closed southbound due to multi-vehicle accident  The M90 motorway is closed southbound due to a multi-vehicle accident. The post M90 closed southbound due to multi-vehicle accident appeared first onThe Courier .
Three Fife children burned after camping kettle explodes  Three Fife children suffered burns following a camping kettle exploding at an after-school club in Fife. The post Three Fife children burned after camping kettle...
Emeli Sande helps pupils celebrate big win for Scottish charities  Superstar Emeli Sande joined hundreds of schoolchildren in Perth to celebrate a pioneering project which provides crucial cash support to charities up and down...
Universal Credit roll-out blamed for soaring rent arrears in Fife  Rent arrears owed by Fife Council tenants have soared by £100,000 a month since the roll out of Universal Credit. The post Universal Credit roll-out blamed for...
Owners of former mill site urged to secure site  The company that demolished a Dundee mill  on safety grounds have been urged to secure the site - before someone gets hurt. The post Owners of former mill site urged to secure...
Everest mountaineer to open Rotary fundraiser in Dalgety Bay  Everest mountaineer Doug Scott will launch this year's Junefest in Dalgety Bay. The post Everest mountaineer to open Rotary fundraiser in Dalgety Bay appeared...
Council charged with finding new ways to support hard-pressed families over school costs  Dundee City Council has been charged with finding ways to help hard-pressed families cope with the cost of sending their children to...
Controversial Perth and Kinross budget plan approved, despite outcry  A highly controversial budget plan has been voted through by councillors, despite outcry from communities across Perth and Kinross. The post Controversial...
Veterans charity rules out review into staff conduct despite growing list of concerns  A leading charity which cares for homeless veterans has declined to hold a review into the conduct of its staff despite the number of people ...
Dundee and United receive memory boxes to help fans with dementia  Dundee's two professional football clubs have received dedicated "memory boxes" to help fans suffering from dementia. The post Dundee and United...
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