Local News in association with The Evening Telegraph
28th October, 13:58
Drive-in panto will bring Cinderella to Tayside as part of three-day Winter Festival
Drive-in films, parties, a panto and a comedy night are set to be held in Errol Airfield next month in a bid to keep the Christmas spirit alive during the coronavirus outbreak.
28th October, 13:00
Jonathan Afolabi: Profile of Dundee’s on-loan Celtic youngster who has caught the eye for James McPake’s side
It took Jonathan Afolabi just five minutes of his first Dundee start to open his account for the Dark Blues.
28th October, 11:32
Schools should close or move to blended learning in top tier coronavirus restrictions, says teaching union
Scotland’s biggest teaching union has called for schoolchildren to be taught at home in areas subject to the toughest coronavirus restrictions.
28th October, 11:26
Carnoustie mum, 37, diagnosed with stage two breast cancer shares her story for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Almost half of women in the UK do not check their breasts regularly for signs of breast cancer, a national charity has revealed. A survey commissioned by Breast Cancer Now also found that one in 10 woman have never checked their breasts for new or unusual changes. As part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we spoke to a mum from Carnoustie who was diagnosed with the disease last year.
28th October, 09:00
GEORGE CRAN: Dundee players needed to show their mettle and did just that against Morton while Dundee United’s form is on a knife-edge
It felt strange to think it on day two of the season but Dundee’s home clash with Morton was in the must-win category.
28th October, 08:49
Virtual night market launch: How you can buy the very best in local Angus produce without leaving your sofa
An Angus food and drink network has brought together top producers in the county for a virtual night market which takes place on Thursday.
28th October, 08:39
First minister, council leader and Scotland’s top cop rail against independence march in Dundee
The leader of Dundee council has described plans for a pro-independence march in the city during a pandemic as "ridiculous".