A young entrepreneur is hoping to breathe fresh life into the city centre with the opening of his new restaurant.
Thousands of people will descend on Dundee today for the annual Pride event.
A dental technician using his skills to keep smiles pristine on the world’s most remote inhabited island has taken a little taste of home on his trip – an Evening Telegraph thunderstick.
After a warm reception in community spaces across the city, a theatre company is bringing its “A-Z of Dundee” production home for its first run in a theatre.
A mother and daughter were left feeling “sick and exhausted” after they were left stranded in Glasgow overnight – because their bus left without them.
Cuts to street sweeping staff have led to mounting piles of rubbish on city streets, it has been claimed.
Members of a young family have been left with whiplash after being involved in an accident they say was caused by “dangerous driving”.
An angry motorist has hit out at a driver who damaged his company car before fleeing the scene in a hit-and-run.
Concerns have been raised a West End street could soon become plagued by vermin due to the amount of litter dumped there.
The chairman of Dundee Trades Union Council has said the focus should remain on replacing lost jobs at Michelin, as new images of the revamped site were released.
Lifeboats were scrambled to the Tay Road Bridge early today following concern for a man’s safety.
A menopausal woman says is worried there will be a “mental health crisis” as supplies of Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) dwindle.
A Dundee art graduate will reveal how his comic books helped change the way children with dyslexia can study.
A teenager is urging pet owners to be vigilant after a man attempted to steal one of her dogs before following her home.
Four men are set to take on a mammoth 1,600-mile cycling challenge through four countries to raise funds for a breast cancer charity.
The leader of Fintry Community Council has expressed his frustration over the lack of progress on repairs to a local playpark – insisting support from the council is needed.
Lamps made out of human faces, skeletons and detached hands – it may sound like a low budget horror film but it’s really the Hilltown’s latest business.
Girlguiding chiefs want the mindless vandals who spray-painted their headquarters to come back and clear up the mess they made.
A student has spoken of her disgust after her motorcycle was stolen from outside her Stobswell flat.
A Dundee-based support group for endometriosis sufferers is aiming to tackle the isolation those living with the condition can be faced with.