A group of friends have paid a touching tribute to their late pal by unveiling a garden area in his name at a drop-in centre.
Dundee man John Kyle delivered the goods to win one of the Tele’s most popular giveaways . . . a grab bag crammed with survival items.
Dundee Football Club has bounced back from claims it fails to give value for money at games.
Dundee United's oldest living former player received a late birthday present when he went to watch the current crop training and was given a signed top.
Ruby Hercus suffered excruciating pain when she broke her ankle after slipping in snowy conditions – but says her fitness fightback helped her lose more than four and a half stones.
Huge swathes of ice crunch and crack as the boat battles through the frozen Antarctic wastes.
A pedestrian has been rushed to Ninewells Hospital with serious head injuries this morning after a road accident at West Pitkerro Industrial Estate.
A Dundee basketball club has been given national support after being slam dunked by a huge hike in council hall hire fees.
Council officials are demanding people name and shame fly-tippers.
The skies darken, a crackle of thunder rips through the Dundee air and punters are ready to believe it’s the end of the world.
Stars of stage, both young and not-so-young, are joining forces to bring the magical musical Oliver! to Dundee.
The waitress eases towards the table with piping hot food and a cool drink nestling on trays.
Kind-hearted former police inspector hangs up car keys after taking patients to hospital appointments for eight years
Former Dundee police inspector Alex MacKenzie has hung up his car keys as a volunteer driver taking patients to hospital after eight years.
Raging residents have blasted a peeing postie for urinating in their Dundee close.
Freshly cut grass scents, true crime and supernatural thrillers are just some of the ways Dundee’s Central Library is helping people cope with dementia.
Midwife qualifies on her 21st birthday – with the help of veteran midwife who delivered her 21 years ago
Devoted student midwife Sasha Carroll shunned her own 21st birthday bash to deliver her 40th baby at Ninewells Hospital.
Soothing guitar music oozes through the compact community room in Whitfield as players practise.
A football coach, who “died” twice after suffering a massive heart attack, has launched a campaign to ensure every junior ground in the region has a defibrillator.
Pubs across Dundee are gearing up for a busy night as the first city derby in three years kicks off at Tannadice.
A drop-in centre for disabled children is to provide full-time services after a cash boost.