A care home owner who purchased an enormous ink sketch of Dundee has said he wants to keep it on public display — and may even loan it to the V&A.
Venues across Dundee have signed up to an initiative that allows people to fill reusable water bottles free of charge using an app.
A top anti-fraud cop is warning of the dangers posed by scammers after it was revealed Taysiders have lost £750,000 to phone banking cons.
When publishing photos in this column, I’m usually not too bothered if the odd name goes in classed as ‘Unknown’.
Thousands of pounds’ worth of goods have been stolen after a Dundee centre shop was raided by thieves.
Land formerly occupied by the Whitfield Labour Club is set to be home to a watering hole once more after plans were approved by the city’s licensing board.
Increasing the cost of school meals in Dundee is an “unavoidable” result of the current financial climate, the city council’s schools convener has said.
If your team scored a barrowload of goals in a Scottish Cup tie, what might be your recollection of the event.
A property developer hopes to demolish a set of former industrial units bordering Dundee’s Fairmuir Park and replace them with eight new townhouse-style homes.
An artist who creates 3D city maps by hand has unveiled his painstaking recreation of Dundee.
A groundbreaking new support service has been launched to help Tayside men who have experienced sexual assault or rape.
The firm set to sculpt the future of a prominent Dundee Waterfront site has said it is prepared for an “open and proactive” conversation with local residents.
The emergency department at Ninewells is performing strongly compared with the national average, new NHS figures have shown.
Girls as young as 10 are receiving contraception from Tayside doctors — but the numbers are falling, new figures have revealed.
The organisers of Dundee’s first craft beer festival have confirmed the event is set to return next year.
“He opens his jacket, shows everyone the Glock, and says, ‘I’m a policeman, and he’s Interpol.”
Community leaders have hit out after a car and a bus stop were vandalised.
Dundee City Council’s commitment to electric vehicles has been recognised, with the local authority shortlisted for a number of industry awards.
A nurse has been sanctioned after making a “constellation of failures” while working for NHS Tayside.
The hotel that towers over the new entrance to Dundee’s railway station is set to open in mid-summer.