A man has been taken to hospital with a head injury after he was assaulted outside a city-centre pub.
Scotland’s charity watchdog is to issue a report on claims that NHS Tayside misused endowment funds, it has announced.
The commission set up to address drug deaths in Dundee has been told that unique approaches for women need to be considered to better tackle issues that lead to overdoses.
Dundee’s Jobcentre has joined forces with the NHS and D&A College to help people find work in the healthcare sector.
More than a quarter of P1 kids in Dundee are at risk of becoming overweight or obese, a survey has revealed.
Legendary TV chat show host Sir Michael Parkinson is coming to Dundee next year, the Tele can exclusively reveal.
A care home firm has criticised the “lenient” decision to let a worker who used racist language continue working in the industry.
Local NHS volunteers are helping patients at Ninewells Hospital get into the festive spirit.
About one million people are expected to pass through the doors of a Dundee shopping centre in the run-up to Christmas.
A former MP has warned NHS Tayside’s low staff flu jab rates are a “ticking timebomb”.
She had a part in cult horror classic The Wicker Man and starred in Scottish soap High Road – but now actress Lesley Mackie is set to do her bit to raise awareness of dementia.
The independent inquiry into Tayside mental health services is to ramp up its investigation after receiving hundreds of public submissions.
Developers are poised to spend more than £11 million on two key parts of the controversial Site 6 scheme at Dundee’s Waterfront.
With 23 years of police work under his belt, PC Euan Stewart has seen it all when things go wrong on the roads.
A fifth of all Dundee schools are either close to capacity, full or over-capacity, new figures have revealed.
Residents in Dundee’s north-east communities have started their festive celebrations with a lights switch-on at Longhaugh Police Station.
Plans to build an eight-screen cinema complex at the Wellgate have been pulled after talks between shopping centre bosses and an independent cinema firm collapsed.
A young girl who travelled almost 400 miles to Dundee to see how the city has embraced electric vehicles has called on parents to consider making the switch for the sake of their children.
Local authority bosses have unwrapped an early Christmas present to help kids across Dundee – a festive electric van.
Dundee’s development convener is calling on businesses to unite for a single day of “European-style” late openings amid claims the city centre is “decaying”.