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  Trains across Scotland have been delayed or cancelled due to a body being discovered on the tracks between Dundee and Arbroath stations.
  Prime Minister Boris Johnson is travelling to Brussels with an agreed withdrawal arrangement.
  More than £12.5 million worth of high quality Scottish seed and ware potatoes currently being lifted for European markets would be worth a fraction of their value and ...
  The scale of poverty affecting families in Angus has been highlighted by a once under-threat charity which has turned its fortunes around in...
  Scotland were on a hiding to nothing as they faced Euro Group I whipping boys San Marino at Hampden on Sunday.
  A new interactive map painstakingly put together from official records has recorded all the bombs that fell on the UK in World War II.
  A fire has swept through a caravan at Pettycur Bay Holiday Park near Kinghorn.
  A Perthshire timber company has been fined £8,000 after admitting responsibility for an industrial accident which left a mill worker without the use of ...
  The parent firm of a Perth department store has recorded a loss of more than £3 million.
  A gang of young vandals are being hunted after they smashed the windows of a cafe on the market square of a Perthshire town causing hundreds...
  Controversial plans for a care home in St Andrews have been knocked back again.
  More than 100 concerned residents met to voice concerns over the contentious Almond Valley housing development.
  Tayside and Fife families fear they have fallen victim to a scam at an Ayrshire caravan park.
  A pledge to scrap graduation fees has been welcomed by a Dundee woman who campaigned against the charge.
  Distillery fires are a very rare occurrence these days but a century and more ago, they were painfully frequent.
  Calling all creative teenagers! Why not enter a unique project from Scottish Book Trust? Caroline Lindsay gets the full story.
  Police are appealing for information on a crash on a Mearns danger road that left two children and a woman in hospital with serious injuries.
  The death of a man in a Dunfermline flat is still being treated as unexplained, say police.
  The organisation behind a major UK tourist attraction has held exploratory talks over a future project in Dundee, The Courier can exclusively reveal.
  A former Tayside woman whose daughter took her own life after visiting self-harm websites has been recognised for her work campaigning for better safety...
  St Andrews University has been named one of the top 50 in the world for arts and humanities in new international rankings published on Wednesday.
  A major conflict of interest in an independent review of breast cancer services at NHS Tayside was repeatedly highlighted...
  The Perth firm behind Scotland’s largest offshore windfarm has announced a Danish company as the £2 billion project’s first preferred supplier.
  An 83-year-old woman is in hospital recovering from injuries after being pushed to the ground and robbed in the Hilltown in Dundee.
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