Cyclists keen to get out and about in Dundee can now use the most detailed map ever to plan their routes.
March in Tayside was one of the warmest since records began — but also among the wettest.
Vandals have caused hundreds of pounds’ worth of “mindless” damage to a Dundee nursery.
A plan to turn a former historic mill at the old Tay Works into housing is back on the cards after being refused three years ago.
The official opening of a play park in Dundee attracted more than 1,000 revellers for a sun-soaked afternoon of fun.
Bollards have been installed on a residential street in a bid to stop vehicles from cutting through an estate.
School’s nearly out for Easter — but it doesn’t look like the sun wants to come out to play.
ParkLives is returning to Dundee this Easter holidays, as the free activities event more than doubles in size.
A mystery shopper has donated hundreds of items of designer gear to a charity shop raising funds for a rare genetic condition.
Residents have been allowed to return to their homes after the ground floor of a building collapsed, leaving a woman trapped.
Organisers of Broughty Ferry Gala Week say the pressure is on for this year’s event to beat 2016’s record-breaking festival.
It had been his ambition since he was a kid.
Parents and residents have raised concerns over the upcoming closure of a major Dundee road, claiming it will be a “nightmare”.
It was the first Mother’s Day for Valerie Mitchell since the loss of her son to skin cancer — and the Tele agreed that she needed a special day.
Union chiefs have claimed that the turnover of staff at Dundee City Council has reached an unsustainable level.
She was the Dundee housewife who danced for four straight days — and Cathie Harvey still holds the record as World Twist Marathon Champion.
Once the biggest risk to the average politician was being heckled or pelted with eggs.
More than 90% of Xplore passengers are happy with the service they receive, a survey has revealed — making them among the happiest bus users in Scotland.
The parents of a two-year-old girl with a “life-shortening condition” raised £11,200 for the charity which helped them come to terms with their daughter’s future.
Dundee residents say they are incensed by the suggestion the city’s roads have improved in the last few years.