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30th March, 11:44

Dundee’s potential title-decider against Queen’s Park to be held at Ochilview

Championship leaders confirm final-day clash to be held at the home of Stenhousemuir.
30th March, 11:30

Lewis Banks will put ‘body on the line’ for Arbroath and blank future talks to focus on Championship survival

The Arbroath defender has been in fine form since arriving from Sligo Rovers and helped his side claim victory at Queen's Park with a stunning goal-line clearance.
30th March, 11:12

Flynn Duffy takes Dundee United inspiration from World Cup star as Tannadice kid targets title glory

Duffy's Stirling Albion are in pole position to win the League Two title
30th March, 10:54

Rubix, Pacesetter and Cosanostra: The full list of Scottish baby names used in 2022 revealed

The most recent list of Scottish baby names is out, revealing the names that parents chose for their little ones in 2022. We’ve unpacked the latest baby naming trends and most popular names in Scotland.
30th March, 10:30

Sue McMahon, who worked to improve Carnoustie, dies aged 81

During her time in London, Sue worked as a secretary at a theatrical agency where her boss was Robin Fox, father of actors James and Edward Fox
30th March, 10:26

Katie Hopkins Dundee gig cancelled after public outcry

The controversial far-right media personality had been scheduled to perform in Dundee on October 5.
30th March, 10:21

Urgent review of Fife school dinner portions amid pupils’ complaints

A survey found more than 60% of Fife youngsters were still hungry after eating a school dinner.
30th March, 09:51

EXCLUSIVE: Ex-Fife Labour councillor who shared ‘offensive’ Facebook posts blocked from standing at Westminster election

The Courier reveals party bosses stepped in after Garry Haldane claimed he was shortlisted to stand again in Fife.
30th March, 09:36

Car dumped in Dundee park after grass is carved up

Eyewitnesses saw a silver Renault Scenic with smashed windows and no registration plates at scene at Fairmuir Park.
30th March, 09:06

“It has been a nightmare”: Lead poisoning and livestock safety

One of the biggest threats to farm cattle may not be what you think.
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