Next year could have been Dundee’s moment in the spotlight — had it been successful in its bid to become UK City of Culture.
Sickness rates among Dundee City Council staff have risen over the past year.
Dundee taxi fares are set to be frozen for the third year in a row.
A proposal to introduce a 20mph limit in a Dundee street has been hailed as a “huge victory” by residents who have been campaigning for the change.
A woman was left in “sheer agony” with second degree burns after being drenched in boiling oil when the handle of her deep fat fryer fell off.
A Tayside girl has made it through a life-changing operation.
It is a battle between a worried daughter and managers at a care home — and it is on course to end with an octogenarian being evicted.
It’s made from a lot of old rubbish — but this des res is far from a dump.
Like the components of a clock, everybody at Dundee’s central postage depot has an essential function to make sure everything runs smoothly.
A Dundee businessman has said he is open for discussions after an American-based bowling alley installer expressed interest in the plans to build a leisure complex at the Dens Road Market site.
The family of Kaela Thould have said they can’t speak highly enough of the “amazing support” they have received through the #keepitcrossed campaign.
Residents of a Dundee street say they have had vehicles badly damaged after a “substantial dip” developed — suspected to have been caused by HGVs passing through.
A campaigner against proposals to build a £21 million regional sports centre in Caird Park has accused the council of cutting corners.
A shopkeeper has said 30 years of business could have gone up in smoke after a blaze broke out behind his premises.
The leader of Dundee City Council has revealed talks have been held over building railway access into the city’s port.
A dispute over bullying policy within NHS Tayside has been resolved.
Residents of a Dundee housing estate have hit out at plans to expand the development — saying it would add to the problems the area already has.
Dundonians applying for seasonal Christmas jobs has resulted in 155 fewer people claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance in the last month.
Dundonians have given their backing for a proposed new Aldi supermarket in the city.
Community leaders have welcomed a commitment to put more police on the beat in Dundee.