Forgan's Bar has won its long-running battle with a Broughty Ferry resident over noise complaints.
Plans to build a new nursery on the site of a primary school have been submitted to the council.
Traffic was disrupted today after a car and an HGV lorry collided on the Kingsway.
A Dundee United fans’ chief has backed Evening Telegraph readers and called for clubs to be punished for hooligan behaviour.
A councillor has claimed a controversial new crossing on Arbroath Road has been placed at the correct spot, despite a fierce backlash from raging residents.
Raging residents who voted for a new crossing on an arterial Dundee road have blasted the council after claiming it has been built in the wrong place.
Chef Chelsea Duncan reckons the revenue has come up with a recipe for disaster after trying to check her tax details.
Police raced to a rammy on Dens Road on Tuesday night after reports of a brawl in a close.
Environmentalists braved biting wind and rain to clear Monifieth beach – and turned up plastic packaging not seen for almost 30 years.
Dundee bar bosses have been urged to serve up what the punters want – or face more closures.
A Dundee support worker has been left devastated after vandals wrecked her prized campervan.
A husband and wife team are opening a new Indian restaurant at the city’s old registration office – 10 years after they were married there.
A former paratrooper is to protest in Dundee over the trial of a 70-year-old soldier alleged to have killed civilians during the Troubles in Northern Ireland.
A 40-year-old man stumbled and crashed down rocks at Arbroath and had to be rescued by a lifeboat crew.
Tayport’s torched toilets have been targeted by arsonists for the second time in a month.
Two sisters have made sure Dundee’s once forgotten loved ones will now be remembered forever.
Plans to turn a former city centre factory into offices have been submitted to the council.
A vandal spent a penny before causing thousands of pounds worth of damage to Tayport public toilets.
Fans of Dundee’s senior football clubs could lose the option to pay for season tickets in instalments after a financing service was withdrawn by the firm that runs it.
Lifeboat bosses are on the hunt for new volunteers – and insist they won’t turn anyone away who is looking to help.