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.
Lawyers acting for the son of Perthshire murder victim Jenny Methven have secured an order to arrest thousands of pounds from her killer.
Police have named a motorcylist who died in Highland Perthshire earlier this week. Ian Bullion's bike was involved in a collision with a road roller on the A93 in Glenshee on Monday afternoon.
An internet troll who admitted sending messages to the family of a missing Fife man claiming he'd tortured and murdered him has been jailed for ten months.
A father and son who were driving home from a classic car show have been named as the victims of a crash in Fife.
The mother of three year old Mikaeel Kular has been jailed for 11 years after she admitted killing her son and hiding his body in a suitcase.
A rail passenger who was stopped as he got off a train in Dundee was searched and found to be carrying fifty thousand pounds worth of heroin.
A motor cyclist killed in a road crash in Angus has been named. James Bryson's bike was involved in a collision with a car on the outskirts of Arbroath around six o'clock last night.
Forty one tax office jobs are to be lost in Dundee. HMRC has been criticised by unions for shedding a total of 60 posts in Dundee and Glasgow while recruiting elsewhere in Scotland.
A Dundee man described as violent and controlling and a danger to society has been jailed for seven years.
The family of a young boy who died after being pulled unconscious from a swimming pool in Angus are suing the owners for fifty thousand pounds.
A man who stabbed his wife to death is suing NHS Tayside, claiming they failed to properly treat his mental illness before he carried out the attack.
A drunk lorry driver whose out-of-control truck overturned on a busy Dundee road has been jailed for a year.
Police say they're extremely concerned for the safety of a Polish woman who has disappeared from her home in Dundee.
Two people have been charged with drugs offences by police investigating the sale of blue tablets on the street in Dundee.
A St Andrews University scientist has admitted causing a car crash which led to the death of an elderly man.
A ship's captain has been told he could have caused an "economic or ecological disaster" and risked the lives of his crew by being drunk as he sailed his vessel down the River Tay.