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Tayside Region

a former local government region in E Scotland: formed in 1975 from Angus, Kinross-shire, and most of Perthshire; replaced in 1996 by the council areas of Angus, City of Dundee, and Perth and Kinross
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Shortly after the death, Tayside divisional commander Chief Superintendent Andrew Todd said: "The sympathies of everyone at Police Scotland are with the officer's family, friends and colleagues at this difficult time.
NHS Tayside said: "To date, NHS Tayside has identified 140 patients who were seen by Ms Alemi.
Tayside Aviation's managing director, Jim Watt, said: "Having taken legal advice, it is our stance that the weekend charges are neither fair nor reasonable.
NHS Tayside said dosages were lowered to reduce side effects and insisted the risks to the 304 patients involved were very small.
A force spokeswoman said: "Tayside Police are keen to trace, and very concerned for the welfare of Ralph Hebden, who is missing from his home address in Arbroath.
NHS Tayside will be running two LEAFs for its health professionals where chairman Sandy Watson said: "Last year NHS Tayside spent over half a million pounds on fuel for its fleet of vehicles and money we save on fuel will could go towards other healthcare priorities." In Dundee, city council employees are now using four of the Nissans as part of its car pool scheme, the same number as in Perth.
Tayside Fire and Rescue in Scotland announced the selection of information technology company IBM (NYSE: IBM) to improve the management of critical fire fighting and emergency response assets.
You've probably seen those stickers on lorries asking the motorist behind 'how's my driving?' Now police in Tayside are the first to sign up for an internet service that connects officers with locals and gives them the chance to ask for opinions on their policing.
Following the move Mrs Lyndsay landed a job, also as an inspector, in Tayside. The appointment is said to have caused outrage among junior officers who were hoping to climb the career ladder.
"Tayside Police, Tayside Fire and Rescue and the Scottish Ambulance Service attended, as did an RAF Air/Sea Rescue helicopter and crew.
Last night the Chief Constable was given the full backing of the Tayside Joint Police Board, which said he was "only human".