Police have confirmed they traced a driver who drove the wrong way down the A90.
Millar Family Funeral Directors has thanked generous locals who made donations to its Christmas toy appeal.
Police say a dramatic car fire in Dundee appears to have been caused by an electrical fault.
Police caught a man driving at more than twice the speed limit on one of Dundee’s busiest roads.
Michael Patterson, 19, of Burnside Street, Carnoustie, was ordered to carry out 150 hours of unpaid work.
“Pranksy” has struck at the McMenace Exhibition in Dundee, just before it welcomed its 100,000th visitor on Wednesday.
Dundee’s Perth Road was closed off to all traffic and pedestrians earlier today after masonry fell off a building.
About 40 people took part in an annual behind the scenes tour of the city and celebrated a landmark visit.
A Dundee couple who have outlined ambitions to rapidly grow a portfolio of 5,000 residential properties are considering business opportunities valued at £200 million.
Arnold Clark has sold its former showroom in Perth city centre to Network Rail in a deal worth £950,000.
A famous Dundee pie shop bakery left to decay for more than 40 years is to be transformed into a quirky new home.
An investigation has been launched after police used a Taser on a man in Dundee.
A teenager has been charged in connection with vandalism to Arbroath Abbey.
Dundonians have known it for years, Kevin Bridges has called it his favourite and now students across the country have confirmed Dundee’s 24-hour bakery is one of the best places in the UK to buy food after a night out.
An estimated 60 motorhome owners are owed around £800,000 by a local trader which went bust and is being probed by police.
A Broughty Ferry art gallery is celebrating its 40th anniversary with a new exhibition.
A leading figure in the battle to save Stracathro Hospital fears a closure fight is looming large again.
A Tayside restaurant’s bright exterior lights have been compared to those in Blackpool or Las Vegas.
Parking campaigners could see their demands come partly true after council chiefs said they might meet them halfway.
A pair of proposed culture and tourism projects forming part of the Tay Cities Deal bid have played host to the area’s leading councillors.