A man was rushed to hospital on Saturday after an alleged “stabbing” incident.
Scores of Dundee drinkers packed out the Tayside Craft Beer Festival yesterday prompting organisers to plan a bigger and better bash next year.
Stunned staff at Spudulike were made redundant immediately after turning up for work at Dundee’s Overgate shopping mall last Friday morning.
A stalwart of the biker community has died after a long illness aged 85.
Dundee United are reaching out to help recovering drug users by bringing coaching sessions to a support group.
Passengers have urged council bosses to fix a number of broken signs in bus shelters.
Construction firms battling for bumper £20m contract to build a planned hotel complex in Dundee city centre
Construction firms are battling for a bumper £20 million city centre contract to build a planned hotel complex.
Recovering drug addict Jamie polishes off breakfast at Dundee’s R&R Cafe as the laughter of kids echoes around the church hall.
A pensioner chased a sneak thief who snatched £150 from him in broad daylight.
Scottish TV star Tom Urie has revealed it was a Kiltwalk that helped inspire him to his spectacular weight loss.
Friends and family of a young Dundee footballer who died from an undiagnosed heart condition are preparing for a poignant charity bash in his memory.
A former director of Waterfront restaurant Brassica has been charged with fraud following an investigation into the business’s finances.
Douglas mum Steph Hogg is raising money by taking part in this year’s Kiltwalk – and is making it a family affair.
A thug who terrorised an elderly couple in their own Broughty Ferry home has been sentenced to more than six years in prison.
The world was captivated 50 years ago when man first walked on the moon.
Council leader John Alexander stunned a public meeting into silence by revealing his family’s experience with drugs.
Dundee residents’ memories, hopes and love stories are to feature on a walkabout audio trail launched by Abertay University this weekend.
Council supremo John Alexander stepped into the firing line as he was quizzed by members of Stobswell Forum.
The number of people claiming unemployment benefits has fallen for a third consecutive month according to the latest official figures.
Waves lap gently against the hull of charity boat Missel Thrush as it eases out of Tayport Harbour.