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Police still hunting crash suspects following dramatic foot chase in Dundee  Police have yet to trace two suspects involved in a dramatic crash near Morgan Academy in Dundee last week. The post Police still hunting crash...
Antiques Roadshow in Dundee: String of road closures as V&A prepares to welcome thousands  Roads will be closed in Dundee city centre as filming takes place on one of the BBC's most popular shows at the V&A on...
D-Day commemorations spark renewed calls for fake veterans clampdown  The events marking the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings have sparked renewed calls for a clampdown on “Walter Mitty” veterans. The post D-Day...
Time for Dundee United to finish top of the class, declares Mark Reynolds  Mark Reynolds believes it is time for Dundee United to finish top of the class and graduate frrom the Championship with honours. The post Time for...
College lecturers brought in to plug Angus teaching gaps  A teaching crisis has forced Angus to draft in college lecturers to plug some of the subject gaps. The post College lecturers brought in to plug Angus teaching gaps...
Scottish meat wholesalers aim to exploit opportunity in China  Scottish meat wholesalers have pledged to be in the vanguard of selling beef to lucrative new markets in China by the end of this year. The post Scottish meat...
Councillor calls for urgent action to alleviate Dundee bottleneck traffic problems  A city councillor is calling for action to relieve a traffic bottleneck he feels is strangling a Dundee road. The post Councillor calls for...
Project leaders say £60m Perth hotel bid is still going ahead, despite delays  Developers insist they are committed to building a £60 million luxury hotel on the edge of Perth, despite the project falling several years behind...
New Dundee business will offer zero-waste shopping experience  A Dundee business has rebranded and quadrupled the size of its premises after a “substantial” investment. The post New Dundee business will offer zero-waste...
Bell Baxter High introduces new uniform code to foster pride in school  A Fife high school is updating its dress code to foster a sense of pride and belonging among its pupils. The post Bell Baxter High introduces new uniform...
Plans to auction off outdoor leisure centre facilities in Perthshire postponed  Plans to sell two leisure centre facilities in rural Perthshire have been postponed to allow communities more time to take control of the...
Council halts Kinross development after High Street building demolished without permission  A development in a conservation area on Kinross High Street has been halted by Perth and Kinross Council after developers demolished a...
Owner of Fife Airbnb flat at centre of toilet flushing row takes the stand  A couple who claim their lives are being ruined by the noise of a toilet flushing in an Airbnb sent the flat’s new owner a long list of complaints, a...
Fife care home worker struck off for drinking on the job and insulting elderly woman  A Fife support worker who drank alcohol on the job and told an elderly woman she would "go to hell" has been struck off the social...
Re-Discover Dundee seeks volunteers to help make cycling accessible  A project helping people with health issues to take up cycling has called for more volunteers to expand its activities. The post Re-Discover Dundee seeks...
Campaign launched to remind tourists to drive on the left after camper van caught driving wrong way on A9  A campaign to remind tourists to drive on the left side of the road has been launched less than a month after a camper...
Angus Council set to bring in coin-operated parking meters at cost of £43,000  Angus Council's administration is set to bow to "people power" and perform a costly U-turn over parking. The post Angus Council set to ...
Young stars compete for silverware at Aberfeldy Mod  The Perthshire and Angus Provincial Mod marked its 96th year with a bumper crop of entries. The post Young stars compete for silverware at Aberfeldy Mod appeared first onThe...
Museum of the Year judges visit V&A Dundee  V&A management and staff will seek to impress judges from a prestigious competition when they visit Dundee on Tuesday. The post Museum of the Year judges visit V&A Dundee...
Fife Matters: Auld folk will suffer when Auntie pulls the strings  There was more than a smidgeon of irony last week when the BBC confirmed its decision to axe free TV licences for the over 75s – just a matter of days after its ...
Perth and Kinross Matters: Safeguards needed to halt deterioration of school buildings  Photos leaked to The Courier of student toilet facilities at Perth Grammar School don't paint a pretty picture. The post Perth and...
Century-old Broughty Ferry clothing business to close main Gray Street store  A Broughty Ferry family business which has been selling attire to locals for more than a century has announced one of its three stores will close...
Reports of teenager shot in neck with air rifle in Kirkcaldy  A teenager was shot in the neck with an air rifle in Kirkcaldy this afternoon according to reports on social media. The post Reports of teenager shot in neck with...
And you thought World War Z was a zombie movie . . .  There is a war of words raging across the globe. The opposing forces are, on one side, the entire North American continent, and a battalion of etymology experts at the...
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