STV News at Six Dundee International
STV News at Six from the Dundee region. This edition of the broadcast programme may have been edited for rights reasons.
Financial watchdog Audit Scotland will not investigate the spiralling cost of Dundee's V&A Museum while the city council carries out its own inquiry.
The culture minister has brushed off calls for an inquiry into the escalating cost of building Dundee's V&A museum.
The Deputy First Minister says that ten million pounds of extra government funding will help kick start the V&A project in Dundee.
A man who subjected two women and seven children to more than a decade of violent abuse is facing a lengthy jail term.
Snow showers have been causing travel disruption across Tayside. Drivers were caught out by heavy falls during the morning rush-hour and more snow is forecast overnight.
A Fife zoo owner has been banned from keeping animals for five years after he admitted a string of welfare offences.
Police were called to a graveside in Angus today after scuffles broke out at the funeral of a Black Watch soldier.
A Fife care worker has been jailed for fourteen months after stealing almost forty thousand pounds from a frail pensioner to fund his gambling habit.
An investigation is underway after an aircraft veered off the runway at Stornoway Airport on the Isle of Lewis.
The screening programme for Ebola is to be reviewed as a Scottish nurse continues to be treated for the virus.
Citylink staff facing redundancy on New Year's Day have held a rally outside the firm's Motherwell depot.