1. Paper mill goes into administration with the loss of hundreds of jobs

    Tullis Russell has been based at Markinch since 1809 producing paper board for use in cards, covers and packaging.

    Paper mill goes into administration with the loss of hundreds of jobs

    Paper mill goes into administration with the loss of hundreds of jobs

    via STV NEWS
  2. Frozen food plant in Dundee evacuated after suspected chemical leak

    Officers from Police Scotland, the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service and Scottish Ambulance Service attended.

    Frozen food plant in Dundee evacuated after suspected chemical leak

    Frozen food plant in Dundee evacuated after suspected chemical leak

    via STV NEWS
  3. Should more be done to promote Dundee's indie shops?

    A local business owner wants to see more done to show off the variety of independently-owned shops in the city.

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  4. Extra tickets to go on sale after Dundee TEDx sells out in hours

    Organisers say they are ‘delighted’ by the incredible response for tickets to the city’s first Tedx event.

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  5. Frozen food plant in Dundee evacuated after suspected chemical leak

    Officers from Police Scotland, the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service and Scottish Ambulance Service attended.

    Frozen food plant in Dundee evacuated after suspected chemical leak

    Frozen food plant in Dundee evacuated after suspected chemical leak

    via STV NEWS
  6. Man charged with stealing car on same day owner was found dead

    Police still investigating suspicious circumstances surrounding death of jeweller Alan Gardner.

    Man charged with stealing car on same day owner was found dead

    Man charged with stealing car on same day owner was found dead

    via STV NEWS
  7. Church founder sexually assaulted members of own congregation

    Walter Masocha, of Stirling's Agape for All Nations Church, abused mother-of-four and schoolgirl.

    Church founder sexually assaulted members of own congregation

    Church founder sexually assaulted members of own congregation

    via STV NEWS
  8. Dad and daughter team carve 5000-year-old Bog Oak pens

    A single dad and his daughter have been 'overwhelmed' with support for their idea to carve ancient bog oak pens out of the rare wood.

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  9. Booted: United stars boost charity event at Tannadice

    Dundee United players past and present helped a charity drive to help underprivileged children.

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  10. Teenage girl sexually assaulted as she walked across Lidl car park

    The incident happened at around 2am on Sunday at South Ward Street in Dundee.

    Teenage girl sexually assaulted as she walked across Lidl car park

    Teenage girl sexually assaulted as she walked across Lidl car park

    via STV NEWS
  11. Grandmother slashed her friend's throat in row over tobacco

    Karen Campbell admitted attacking her friend during a drunken row in Perthshire.

    Grandmother slashed her friend's throat in row over tobacco

    Grandmother slashed her friend's throat in row over tobacco

    via STV NEWS
  12. Scots listed missing in Nepal earthquake and Everest avalanche traced

    The Red Cross has confirmed that at least three Scots are among 90 British people missing in Nepal.

    Scots listed missing in Nepal earthquake and Everest avalanche traced

    Scots listed missing in Nepal earthquake and Everest avalanche traced

    via STV NEWS
  13. For one day only: Garden of Cosmic Speculation opens to public

    The Garden of Cosmic Speculation in Dumfries is a breathtaking experience that is only open to the public for five hours every year on Sunday May 3.

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  14. Former Scotland stars head back to school in Dundee

    Ex-Scotland international Phil Godman and hockey player Linda Clement have taken up teaching positions at the High School of Dundee.

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  15. Snow, ice and sun glare weather warnings issued to motorists

    Heavy snow has led to the closure of two snow gates on the A939 between Cock Bridge and Tomintoul.

    Snow, ice and sun glare weather warnings issued to motorists

    Snow, ice and sun glare weather warnings issued to motorists

    via STV NEWS
  16. Snow, ice and sun glare weather warnings issued to motorists

    Heavy snow has led to the closure of two snow gates on the A939 between Cock Bridge and Tomintoul.

    Snow, ice and sun glare weather warnings issued to motorists

    Snow, ice and sun glare weather warnings issued to motorists

    via STV NEWS
  17. Man charged over missing car as police probe 'suspicious' death

    Alan Gardner, 49, was found dead in Balbeggie on Thursday.

    Man charged over missing car as police probe 'suspicious' death

    Man charged over missing car as police probe 'suspicious' death

    via STV NEWS
  18. Feature stories of the week: Royal Baby, a secret bunker and 'Pie Face'

    What Kate and Wills can expect from baby number two, inside Scotland's newly discovered secret war bunker and an interview with the giggling Scots grandad whose pie face video went viral. Read that and these other great stories from around the web.

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  19. Watch: Perth is latest city to feature on Monopoly board

    Perth has beaten 19 other locations in Scotland to feature on its own Monopoly board.

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  20. RSPB sets 'strict' conditions for T in the Park at Strathallan

    DF Concerts says it has a robust osprey protection plan and is confident of planning approval.

    RSPB sets 'strict' conditions for T in the Park at Strathallan

    RSPB sets 'strict' conditions for T in the Park at Strathallan

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