In her 33-year career in the jute industry she has produced everything from shrouds to hotpants.
The company behind failed Dundee restaurant Brassica is set to enter administration, one of the group’s directors has confirmed.
Concerns have been raised over the safety of the car parks at Ninewells Hospital.
‘You’re left for months on your own, in the dark’: Young Dundonians using film to shine a light on mental health issues
A film has launched in Dundee shining a light on mental health issues faced by young people in the city.
Politicians, community groups and trade unions are backing the Tele’s call for parking charges at Ninewells Hospital to be frozen.
All Dundee police officers are being taught how to administer medication to a person who has taken an overdose.
Residents at a block of flats are “disgusted and outraged” after human faeces, drug paraphernalia and litter were dumped on the stairs of their close.
Parents and carers across Tayside are falling into tens of thousands of pounds of debt because they haven’t paid for their kids’ meals or snacks in nurseries and schools.
A Dundee community group hopes a new BBC Scotland documentary series will “put Lochee on the map” as it explores social issues in the city.
Two friends have raised £14,500 for Macmillan Cancer Support after climbing Africa’s highest mountain in memory of their lost loved ones.
A Scout group has been left “devastated” after its £600 shed was destroyed during Storm Ali – two days after the boys had finished building it.
Twenty all-singing, all-dancing children from Kenya are performing across Dundee this weekend, to raise funds for their school and orphanage.
This week we speak with the company that will be hosting the Strictly Come Prancing contest.
A heartbroken man has spoken of his grief after his beloved “therapy” cat was struck and killed by a car.