A number of police officers are in attendance following a three-vehicle smash in the Hilltown.
Dundee United have issued an apology over ticketing arrangements for the Championship final play-off clash with St Mirren.
Hundreds of Dundee United fans camped out overnight in the hope of snapping up tickets for the crucial away leg of the Premiership play-off final.
Police have launched an investigation following reports that a car was deliberately set on fire in Charleston.
Council bosses have admitted residents could decide against recycling garden waste because of a hefty charge for uplifts.
A West End resident has said his street is not fit for a “horse and cart, let alone cars”.
A blind man said he has been left housebound after a road diversion increased the number of cars “speeding” past his Hilltown home.
Plans to create 150 new homes in Broughty Ferry have been dealt a blow after a temporary marketing suite promoting the development was knocked back.
A supermarket chain has admitted its new West End store is unlikely to open any time soon.
A man has been arrested and charged in connection with vandalism at Hilltown Court.
A former Broughty Ferry police station could be set to get a makeover as a beauty salon.
Noise chiefs will be in place at two coastal towns to ensure a student party does not disrupt the sleep of locals.
A number of police officers were called to the Hilltown multis this afternoon following reports of a break-in.
Police have launched an investigation following the discovery of a man’s body in a city flat.
Conservationists have urged visitors to the Howff cemetery not to sit on the historic gravestones for fear they could be irreparably damaged.
Emergency crews were called to the city centre last night after a man was found slumped and unresponsive outside the Overgate.
Council officials have vowed to repair a city centre pothole following a wave of complaints.
The victim of a serial sex offender has spoken of the moment she came face to face with the man who abused her when she was a child.
A councillor has claimed residents have been left “horrified” after Clydesdale Bank pulled a local service.
A Hilltown resident has slammed “mindless” vandals who have scrawled graffiti at the entrance of her close.