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Dundee News

Gillian Bayford wins case against Dundee firm over wrong type of toilet

Gillian Bayford wins case against Dundee firm over wrong type of toilet

Euromillions winner Gillian Bayford has sued workmen after they fitted the wrong type of toilet in one of her homes.

Dundee Pride exceeds organisers’ expectations

Dundee’s first Pride event has taken the organisers by surprise.

Dundee gig fans who took the Stairway to Heaven urged to share “golden era” Led Zeppelin memories

Dundee gig fans who took the Stairway to Heaven urged to share “golden era” Led Zeppelin memories

They were two of the most historic rock shows ever performed in Dundee.

Thousands expected for Dundee’s first Pride festival

Thousands expected for Dundee’s first Pride festival

Organisers are hoping 5,000 people will attend Dundee’s first ever Pride event today.

Former Dundee striker Christian Nade cleared of assaulting ex-girlfriend

Former Dundee striker Christian Nade cleared of assaulting ex-girlfriend

Former Dundee and Raith Rovers striker Christian Nade broke down in court as he was cleared of foul play over the break-up of his relationship.

Perth News

Thousands expected for Dundee’s first Pride festival

Thousands expected for Dundee’s first Pride festival

Organisers are hoping 5,000 people will attend Dundee’s first ever Pride event today.

Shopkeepers fear 60-week reconstruction of landmark Perth building could hit trade

Shopkeepers fear 60-week reconstruction of landmark Perth building could hit trade

Perth traders fear an extensive 60-week operation to transform St Paul’s Church could scare off customers and cripple businesses.

VIDEO: Museums scheme fills Kenmore tourist attraction with Pryde

VIDEO: Museums scheme fills Kenmore tourist attraction with Pryde

A Crieff woman has gone back to the future to relaunch her career.

Kind-hearted kilt wearer makes history to support sick Fife toddler

Kind-hearted kilt wearer makes history to support sick Fife toddler

The great-uncle of a Fife toddler with an extremely rare condition has made history by conquering Romania’s highest mountain in a kilt.

Dozens of trees damaged in Perth Crematorium during Storm Ali

Dozens of trees damaged in Perth Crematorium during Storm Ali

Around two dozen trees in Perth Crematorium have been badly damaged by rampaging winds during Storm Ali.

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