The manager of the Tay Road Bridge says he wants to work with a group which aims to prevent suicides.
Secondary school isn’t just a step up to “big school” – it’s a rite of passage for kids as they grow into young adults.
Residents in Fintry say they are “fed up” of young vandals damaging their cars.
Dundee’s education convener was “absolutely right” to resign following a number of rants on social media, Labour’s schools representative has said.
Police are investigating after a woman was attacked and robbed in her own home at a Hilltown multi-storey block.
Next week, hundreds of Dundee children are set to embark on a whole new adventure as they start nursery and primary school.
Dundee City Council’s children and family services convener has resigned in the wake of a number of social media scandals.
A fire crew used sand to smother a petrol can fire started in woodland in suburban Dundee.
Fears that a car park’s entrance at a Dundee supermarket is damaging vehicles have been expressed by a group of residents.
A childcare worker has been struck off after admitting sending personal details of a child in her care to her own email account.
The first woman in history to complete a full lift of the legendary Dinnie Stones will return to her birthplace of Dundee as she celebrates her achievement.
A GP surgery that closed for the summer and was set to shut for good will soon reopen – but questions remain over its future.
A student has completed an incredible challenge by walking the length of the UK to raise money for a friend on the other side of the world.
A Tayside family were forced to flee their home after it went up in flames earlier on Thursday.
Police are hunting for a suspected knife attacker after a man was slashed in the stomach during an argument close to the city centre.
Several bus services have been rescued for the time being after the firm running them went out of business.
Thousands of passengers had train journeys disrupted across Scotland after a trespasser made his way on to the Tay Bridge.
One of the oldest people in last year’s Kiltwalk is strapping on her shoes again to raise money for Dundee Women’s Festival.
A Dundee woman who is largely blind is among several locals hoping to regain their independence thanks to new technology.
A website promoting the growth of Dundee as a cultural icon is about to celebrate its fifth birthday – and its teen founder says he has the Tele to thank.