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  Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard has called for more support for the economy amid fears businesses are struggling to...
  The annual Great Taste Awards have been announced and local food and drink companies have earned deserved recognition for their innovative...
  Scotland will play their outstanding 2020 Six Nations match against Wales at Parc Y Scarlets in Llanelli with no fans, but Scottish Rugby are sticking to their plans to...
  A second coronavirus case has been confirmed at a Highland secondary school.
  It was the night Paul McCartney made sure there was plenty of Dundee cake on hand to celebrate his wife Linda’s birthday.
  Angus farmers are at the forefront of efforts to tackle the growing problem of potato cyst nematode (PCN) which is having a multi-million-pound impact on the Scottish industry every...
  Work to create an innovative care village bringing together the youngest and oldest in society will get under way next month.
  A man was seriously injured in a Dundee road crash on Tuesday night.
  Hundreds of students in Dundee are self-isolating due to a suspected coronavirus outbreak at a halls of residence.
  A teenage cancer survivor from Broughty Ferry is “celebrating still being alive” this month with a fundraising cycle around local...
  A decision on a Dundee school catchment area shake-up that could consign Carse of Gowrie pupils to a two-hour bus ride to...
  A Kirkcaldy school has closed due to an outbreak of Covid-19. A small number of people linked with Sinclairtown Primary School have tested positive for the virus.
  Here are the latest live news updates from across Tayside and Fife, with an eye also on big national and international stories.
  Home working has made Dundee City Council more open to fraud and hacking, bosses are being warned.
  Forfar town centre has been dealt a business blow with the closure of the town’s Peacocks fashion outlet.
  Grassroots music venues in Tayside and Fife have been given thousands of pounds in lifeline Scottish Government funding.
  The UK Government has been urged to make it easier for companies such as BiFab to secure major renewable energy contracts.
  The leader of Perth and Kinross Council has made a last gasp plea to save the Cross Tay Link Road, claiming it is crucial to...
  A former clinic in Dunfermline is to be converted into flats.
  Dramatic footage of a Fife volunteer RNLI lifeboat crew rescuing a teenager stranded on rocks in the Forth is to feature in a documentary programme to be aired...
  Plans to prevent a repeat of the dust clouds which have blighted west Fife villages are set for approval.
  A leading light in the Boys’ Brigade in Arbroath and Angus whose dedication to the organisation was rewarded with an MBE, has died in his 94th year.
  Scottish Power has insisted loud bangs heard in Cellardyke were not caused by faulty overhead cables.
  Traumatised Fife householders left with nothing during recent flooding have backed a bid for urgent funding to prevent certain further...
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