Tayside


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Tay•side

(ˈteɪˌsaɪd)

n.
a region in E Scotland. 401,987; 1100 sq. mi. (2849 sq. km).
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An update from the force's Tayside division on Twitter paid tribute to Mr Buggins, who had served with the force for 29 years.
NHS Tayside is trying to find out what treatments Zholia Alemi subjected patients to.
Highlands and islands Airports (HIAL) has told Tayside Aviation that they must now pay PS4,250 a month for the wages bill to keep the transport hub open on a Saturday.
In April, NHS Tayside was ordered to improve treatment immediately after it was revealed breast cancer patients were given a lower dose of chemotherapy drugs than in the rest of Scotland.
A total of 19 recommendations have been made by an independent group set up by Scotlands Chief Medical Officer in response to two earlier reports on breast cancer patient treatment in Tayside.
Tayside Police, which is leading the operation, said his planned running route was around local cliffs and fear he may have slipped and fallen.
The authorities are NHS Tayside, Dundee City Council, Perth & Kinross Council and Dumfries and Galloway Council.
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POLICE in Tayside have signed up for a new web service that lets officers everywhere see what the public think of their performance.
Gordon Scobbie was appointed Deputy Chief Constable of Tayside Police in Scotland in September and took up the post on Monday.
A Tayside Police statement said: "A 19-year-old male and his canoe became submerged and wedged under a rock.
Chief Constable Kevin Mathieson was caught just two months after taking up the top job with Tayside Police.