A new pizza and wine restaurant is set to occupy the premises vacated by a popular eatery which closed suddenly in Dundee’s West End. Read More
‘This shouldn’t be here’: Locals make opposition to female custody unit plan for Dundee school clear
Prison bosses have failed to win over residents opposed to their plan to build a custody unit next to a new community campus. Read More
Rough sleepers from as far as Jamaica and Poland have been spotted in the streets of Dundee, as charity bosses call for help to meet a rise in the number of homeless people in the city. Read More
Culture Secretary Matt Hancock has admitted the government does not have the power it needs over social media companies after 10 firms snubbed his invitation for talks.
Shadow international trade secretary Barry Gardiner faced questions over whether he tells the truth in private or on television in a heated interview that has been labelled a “car crash”.
Clean-up efforts were under way bright and early on Sunday throughout Windsor as the town begins to recover from the wedding of the year.
UK specialist Pure Cremation has attracted £7.5 million in funding from Puma Investments amid hopes that a growing trend for simpler after-death goodbyes will open the door for a stock market flotation or US buy-out.
The boss of Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banking Group has said the group’s digital business could one day overtake its high street brands as it leads an online push.
Boris Johnson tried a spot of dancefloor diplomacy and went close-up with a manatee as he took a trip deep into the Amazon rain forest.
Newlyweds Harry and Meghan are dancing the night away with 200 guests at a glamorous reception – with the bride wearing a ring which belonged to Diana, Princess of Wales.
More than four million trains across Britain will be rescheduled from Sunday in the largest timetable change for decades.