Thanks to a thoughtless decision taken 20 years ago, patients, staff and visitors at Tayside’s biggest hospital are forced to fork out every time they park at the facility.
Residents in Mill O’ Mains are hoping to finally have a new community meeting place – after plans were lodged for a replacement for their fire-hit pavilion.
With news that 27,000 people visited V&A Dundee in its first week, we wanted to get your views on the city’s new attraction.
A Dundee man is facing prison after being found guilty of a historic child sex offence.
Dundee’s main bus firm has installed new dashcams in its vehicles in a bid to prevent accidents.
A series of Dundee musicians will herald the opening of the V&A today.
The number of children eating school dinners has risen across Tayside – despite a new payment system causing problems in Angus.
Schoolchildren from across Dundee became some of the first people to get a glimpse of V&A Dundee today.
A first look inside the V&A Dundee can be revealed today.
A former volleyball player has been locked up after appearing in court and telling a sheriff he was Casper the Friendly Ghost.
The Tay Road Bridge closed 50 times in the past 12 months for police incidents – the highest number in the last six years.
A teenager has been acquitted of charges of raping and assaulting a child.
He’s famous for the yellow tie he dons during transfer deadline day on Sky Sports News.
Our Kids Need Justice: Tele campaign calls for automatic jail sentence for those who prey on children
We want justice and protection for our children.
The readers who took part in our poll were clear in their views on how those who prey on children should be dealt with.
The majority of Dundee FC fans would back a move to introduce a sponsor’s name to their Dens Park stadium.
The funeral of a Dundee United fan who tragically died on his brother’s stag weekend in Germany will take place today.
A huge new festival involving Scotland’s biggest concert promoter will mark the opening of the V&A, it was announced today.
MPs are being warned against supporting laws which could cripple the regional press and allow politicians to “shackle publications they don’t like”.
EXCLUSIVE: ‘I’m genuinely sorry’: Health secretary apologises in emails to former NHS chief over departure
Scotland's health secretary admitted she was “genuinely sorry” about the way the departure of an NHS Tayside chief unfolded, it has emerged.