1. Central defender James McPake signs contract extension at Dundee

    McPake previously played for Hibernian for two seasons before injury and relegation forced the club to release him last the summer.

    Central defender James McPake signs contract extension at Dundee

    Central defender James McPake signs contract extension at Dundee

    via STV SPORT
  2. STV News: Nursery manager found guilty of raping three-year-old boy

    A former nursery manager has been found guilty of raping a three-year-old boy. Mark Maclennan abused the youngster at a nursery in Lochaber between 2012 and 2013.

    via STV
  3. Looks like it's going to be a cold weekend with strong winds

    STV weather presenter Sean Batty brings you a look ahead to the weekend's forecast with showers expected tomorrow if you're heading to Hampden.

    via STV
  4. Send us your scoreline selfies ahead of League Cup semi-final weekend

    Simply note down your prediction and send your picture to us on Twitter @STVSport.

    Send us your scoreline selfies ahead of League Cup semi-final weekend

    Send us your scoreline selfies ahead of League Cup semi-final weekend

    via STV SPORT
  5. Deal of the Day: The King James Hotel

    Spending the night in a royal bedroom can be fraught with problems: you need to get past the corgis, then you’re woken up by angry butlers and next thing you know you’re facing a lengthy spell in the Tower of London for treason.

    Get a sovereign stay without the jail time with today’s itison deal for one night B&B for two in a deluxe room, with a bottle of wine on arrival for £75 or stay for two nights for just £129 at Thistle Edinburgh, The King James Hotel.

    Thistle Edinburgh King James deluxe stay

    Thistle Edinburgh King James deluxe stay

    via ITISON
  6. Dubbed as Stephen Daldry's Brazilian take on Slumdog Millionaire, Trash has high expectations

    Set in the poverty stricken slums of Rio, three children stumble upon a wallet and discover a deeper secret that leads them into a dangerous sequence of events.

    via STV
  7. TV's Jeremy Kyle paternity kits snapped up at Dundee corner shop

    The manager of the shop in Fintry says he has ordered more stock after nearly selling out.

    TV's Jeremy Kyle paternity kits snapped up at Dundee corner shop

    TV's Jeremy Kyle paternity kits snapped up at Dundee corner shop

    via STV NEWS
  8. Ode to a haggis crisp: poet pens alternative Burns verse

    Dundee poet Andy Jackson wrote the tongue-in-cheek poem for a laugh but was stunned when it caught the attention of Scotland's biggest crisp manufacturer.

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  9. Brewdog Dundee left in the dark today

    Looks like the canine-friendly pub has been hit with a few electrical issues.

    A Back to the Future loving staff member wrote: "Great Scott! We're having a bit of an issue with our power at the moment. We've got Doc on the case and we're hoping to be open in a couple of hours. Hold tight Dundee."

    Let's hope they're back up and running before everyone clocks out at 5pm.

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  10. Football club owners and shareholders must be revealed, says report

    Mysterious owners and main shareholders behind Scottish football clubs must be revealed, a government report has said.

    A group set up to examine the involvement of supporters in the running football clubs in Scotland has published its final report.

    Football club owners and shareholders must be revealed, says governmen

    Football club owners and shareholders must be revealed, says governmen

    via STV NEWS
  11. #LoveDundee initiative launched at Overgate

    The shopping centre has lauched a Valentine's Day themed campaign urging locals to pen love letters to their favourite aspect of the city.

    People can pin their notes to a special Tay Bridge graphic in the centre or post on social media using the hashtag #LoveDundee.

    Malcolm Angus, centre manager at Overgate, said:“We think #LoveDundee is a great way for everyone to dust off their January blues.

    “Dundee is a fantastic city with so much to see and do and there are lots of exciting developments underway just now."

    via STV
  12. 'My reports of seeing a monster were not taken seriously'

    A Bigfoot hunter believes the mythical beast could still be roaming the Angus countryside, The Courier reports.

    'My reports of seeing a monster were not taken seriously' - woman says

    'My reports of seeing a monster were not taken seriously' - woman says

    via THECOURIER
  13. Disney delivers their first animation using Marvel Comics characters

    Big Hero 6 is an action packed comedy following a young boy's quest to protect his city, San Fransokyo, with the help of his lovable robot Baymax.

    Created by the same makers of 'Wreck it Ralph' and 'Frozen', need we say more to convince you to go?

    via STV
  14. Deal of the day: The King James Hotel

    Spending the night in a royal bedroom can be fraught with problems: you need to get past the corgis, then you’re woken up by angry butlers and next thing you know you’re facing a lengthy spell in the Tower of London for treason.

    Get a sovereign stay without the jail time with today’s itison deal for one night B&B for two in a deluxe room, with a bottle of wine on arrival for £75 or stay for two nights for just £129 at Thistle Edinburgh, The King James Hotel.

    Thistle Edinburgh King James deluxe stay

    Thistle Edinburgh King James deluxe stay

    via ITISON
  15. Anderson McGinty Webster Ward and Fisher are no more

    The Dundee group, with a mouthful of a band name, have announced a change in direction.

    The band wrote: "Despite three highly enjoyable and successful years of building Anderson, McGinty, Webster, Ward & Fisher (or AMWWF as we have become known), when Robbie Ward left the band a year ago we had to get a new band name.

    "Today we are delighted to announce that the new name will be Sinderins. The new name is taken from a well-known junction in Dundee. For the band, this junction represents the different path they now find ourselves on."

    The band will be christening their new name with the launch of our own specialty ale, also titled Sinderins, by playing a special acoustic show at tiny Krafty Brew venue in Edinburgh in March.

    via
  16. Police appeal for information about missing teenager from Newtyle area

    A photo of missing Ryan Runcie, a teenager from the Newtyle area, has been released by police. Sixteen-year-old Ryan was last seen in the Edzell area around midday on Thursday.

    Ryan is described as slim, 6”4” tall and with long brown hair. He is believed to be wearing a navy blue Superdry jacket, blue jeans and blue/green trainers.

    Anyone with any information regarding the whereabouts of Ryan is urged to call 101, or speak to any police officer.

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  17. 'Greater oversight' of fire service needed, says report

    A report from the University of Stirling recommends the "role of local councils and brigade managers should be addressed" to "prevent death and injury to firefighters", STV News reports.

    via STV
  18. 'NHS Tayside’s soaring costs for agency staff draws fire'

    The health board's agency staff expenditure has risen by 42%, reports The Courier.

    NHS Tayside's soaring costs for agency staff draws fire

    NHS Tayside's soaring costs for agency staff draws fire

    via THECOURIER
  19. Cold snaps coming this weekend

    Temperatures will reach highs of 3C and it's most likely to rain after 6pm.

    via STV
  20. More snow to batter Scotland over weekend as further warning issued

    Heavy snow and freezing conditions are to hit Scotland over the weekend as further warnings are issued.

    Motorists were warned to be aware of icy roads on Friday morning after much of country was battered by snow through Wednesday and Thursday.

    More snow to batter Scotland over weekend as further warning issued

    More snow to batter Scotland over weekend as further warning issued

    via STV NEWS
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