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Perth attacker, 22, admits beating his ex-girlfriend after victim courageously gives evidence  The victim of a vicious attack at the hands of her partner has been praised for her bravery.
Fife village all set to draw the crowds at popular weekend arts festival  Auchmithie is buzzing with activity in anticipation of the Arts Festival this weekend.
Man to appear in court in connection with Methil alleged attempted murder  A 19-year-old man has been charged with the attempted murder of a 45-year-old woman in Methil.
RAB DOUGLAS: Neil Lennon will look for another keeper and Fraser Forster is an obvious target  Celtic had nicely set up the second leg of their Champions League qualifier with a 1-1 draw in Romania.
VIDEO: Breathtaking £1.3m Perthshire eco home has spiral staircase, its own lift and the most stunning balcony view  Perched on a hillside in Perthshire, Ardlebank both fits into and complements the wooded landscape around it.
Dundee boss James McPake busy preparing for tough Betfred Cup tie against Premiership Aberdeen on Sunday at Dens  Dundee boss James McPake will be an interested spectator at Pittodrie tonight as Sunday’s Betfred Cup opponents...
Warning to pet owners as toxic algae confirmed in Scotland  Animal experts are warning dog owners to be vigilant due to rising levels of toxic scum in water.
Businesses breathe sigh of relief as major Dundee roadworks come to an end  A Stobswell cafe was forced to shut up shop for several days during major roadworks after the disruption "killed business".
Developer calls for more time for major Arbroath retail development  The brakes have been put on a planning application for a controversial £11 million retail park in Arbroath to allow the developers additional time to respond...
Special day for Ruby as she goes back to school in Arbroath after life-saving surgery  There was one very special little girl among the hundreds who went back to school in Angus yesterday – a day her family feared they would...
V&A Dundee brought more than £10 million to Dundee economy in seven months  The long-awaited V&A Dundee delivered a boost of more than £10 million to the city's economy in its first seven months, a new report has...
No riots predicted as Montrose stage set for chart topping Kaiser Chiefs  Music fans in Montrose are preparing for the arrival of chart toppers Kaiser Chiefs.
Compensation order for lamp post climbing Brechin man who woke locals with fight threats  A lamp post shinning ranter woke an Angus street with his early hours challenge to “come out and fight like a man” after being told to...
Decade of austerity to come as Dundee City Council faces near £80 million budget shortfall  Dundee City Council is facing another decade of austerity with a projected £78.1 million budget shortfall over the next 10 years.
BLAZING SADDLES: A rare moment of tranquillity in the mountains  In recent weeks I have been lucky enough to work in the Alps and Dolomites where the mountain passes offer a real vertical challenge for cyclists wanting to scale ...
Life expectancy in Dundee second lowest in Scotland as population growth stalls  Life expectancy in Dundee is the second lowest in Scotland, new statistics have shown.
Action plan to address road safety fears at famous Perthshire viewpoint  A road safety plan has been drawn up for a world famous Perthshire beauty spot.
Cowdenbeath High Street is rising star against the odds  As high streets across the country are ailing, Cowdenbeath appears to be bucking the trend.
No-deal Brexit medicine fears for Dunfermline family  A Fife family say they fear for their future if a no-deal Brexit halts the vital supply of medicine to their severely disabled son.
Claim more than half of farms could stop trading  A no-deal Brexit could put more than 50% of UK farms out of business, claims a new report published today.
Poet-on-a-mission picks up library card at Pitlochry  A celebrated children's author and champion of local libraries has arrived in Highland Perthshire as part of an epic cross-country quest.
Perthshire MPs set to battle it out over Brexit in Fair City debate  Two Perthshire MPs will go head to head in a debate over Brexit next month as the clock counts down towards October 31.
Calls for progress on Tay Bridgehead park and ride facility  Calls have increased for progress on plans for a park and ride facility at the Tay Road Bridge.
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