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.
The First Minister has promised workers who've been made redundant at an Angus engineering firm they have the full support of Government agencies to find new jobs.
A Perthshire man has been jailed for almost three years for stabbing another man, who made disparaging remarks about his dog, in the head.
Up to seventy jobs are at risk at a Dundee textiles firm after it announced plans to move production to Abu Dhabi. Low and Bonar have announced a formal consultation process at its Bonar Yarns site.
A Dundee man who carried out a series of violent attacks on girlfriends over more than a decade has been jailed for four years.
A man branded a "psycho" by his girlfriend the day before he stabbed her to death in Angus is to be detained at the State Hospital without limit of time.
Police have issued CCTV images of an armed man who tried to rob a Dundee petrol station earlier this month.
A four year old Angus girl who was feared dead after a swimming pool accident in Spain will mark the next stage of her recovery by going back to nursery.
Legislation signed today is enabling lorries to increase their speed from 40 to 50 miles per hour on single carriageway stretches of Scotland's most dangerous road.
A pioneering project which aims to improve healthy living in Dundee's most deprived areas is under threat.
Morale among police officers in Fife has been affected by the swift pace of the transition to a single service.
A Perthshire lorry driver, who is a suspected member of an international drugs smuggling gang, has been extradited to Belgium.
Proposals to build more than three hundred wind turbines off the coast of Angus and Fife have been approved by the Scottish Government.
Dundee based members of an organised crime gang who moved money and drugs between the city and Glasgow have been jailed.
Politicians in Fife say they'll do everything they can to find jobs for 180 workers who're facing redundancy at a manufacturing plant in Glenrothes.
A drink driver has been jailed for almost five years after causing the death of his friend in a crash in Fife.