Tayside Region


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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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The Central and Tayside region will experience further growth in values over the next five years, albeit at a lower level than Scotlands city hubs and traditional hotspots.
Contract Notice: Historic Environment Scotland (HES) is looking to appoint suppliers to provide Grounds Maintenance services for the Fife & Tayside region.
At that stage, the bulk of Gordon's customers were from the Tayside region. His firm did a lot of plumbing fittings and then diversified into agricultural and special purpose assemblies.
The Tayside region, and Dundee in particular, has been a hot bed of creative talent especially in the computer games, TV and music industries.
'Dave comes from the Tayside region while I'm from the east but we're hoping to attract players from all over Scotland.
The little powerhouse started his career in the senior ranks with Forfar in the late 80s but then went junior, joining Carnoustie Panmure where he won Tayside Region Young Player of the Year in 1994.
Scott, father-in-law of Blair boss Billy McKay, was president of the Perthshire club for over 50 years and also served as an office bearer with Tayside Region.
In a bid to make up for the shortfall Myles has been forced to `import' two referees from Ayrshire to handle games, while a young official from Edinburgh was given the call to take charge of a recent Tayside region fixture at Carnoustie.
In a bid to make up for the shortfall Myles has been forced to `import' two referees from Ayrshire to handle games, while a young official from Edinburgh was recently given the call to take charge of a recent Tayside region fixture at Carnoustie.
In a bid to make up for the shortfall Myles has been forced to `import' two referees from Ayrshire, while a young official from Edinburgh took charge of a Tayside region fixture at Carnoustie recently.
LOCHEE HARP boss Jim Kelly has called it a day after 37 years as manager of the Tayside Region Junior outfit.
Laing, nine years in charge, has overseen his side's rise from obscurity in the Tayside Region First Division.