You’ll be surprised by the wildlife you can spot on your doorstep in Dundee.
Council chiefs say the increasing use of social media accounts is to blame for a rising number of reports of bullying at schools across Dundee.
Complaints against Dundee taxi drivers include allegations of assault, drugs and sexual misbehaviour
A Dundee taxi boss has called for greater scrutiny of those applying for their licence after a raft of complaints against drivers in the city.
A landmark city hotel is set to be demolished to make way for new housing.
A mill worker who spent more than six weeks in hospital after an industrial accident is raising money for Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance.
A long-lost cat has been reunited with his family nearly two and a half years after he went missing – having turned up in a different town.
A woman has relived the horror of her drink being spiked in a Dundee students’ union after campaigners called for lids to be placed on drinks in pubs and clubs.
A couple are raising money for Roxburghe House with a risqué calendar – having been inspired by the support provided for their terminally ill friend.
The Royal and Ancient Golf Club (R&A) has made a Dundee boy’s dreams come true – by bringing the Claret Jug to his bedroom.
Nearly a quarter of a million pounds has been raised in Dundee ahead of the city’s first-ever Sleep in the Park event this weekend.
The final recommendations of a commission set up to tackle poverty and deprivation in Dundee have been published for the first time.
A school talk about marine conservation has inspired a 10-year-old boy to host his own environmental awareness day.
It’s the festive fundraiser spectacle of the year – and what better way to travel to it than by bus?
Police have revealed that frauds – including those involving taxis – have jumped by almost a fifth in Dundee.
Like many high streets across the UK, the Murraygate hasn’t had its troubles to seek.
A grateful mum has praised the Archie Foundation’s Tayside Appeal following her 11-year-old son’s surgery at the Tayside Children’s Hospital.
People across Dundee are being asked to give their views on proposals to allocate more road space to cyclists and pedestrians.
Drivers have spoken of their frustration over “massive” potholes at a Dundee car park.
Dozens of film fans may have been left out of pocket after the plug was pulled on sing-a-long screenings of The Greatest Showman amid licensing problems.