Dundee City Council has launched an investigation after a woman was sent a letter containing confidential details about a disciplinary hearing.
Strictly Come Dancing 2018: Brendan Cole reveals why he left, his favourite judge and predicts who will win
He has graced our TV screens on the smash-hit Saturday night show Strictly Come Dancing.
Temporary replacement finally granted for Dundee community pavilion – 16 months after devastating fire
A temporary replacement for the fire–ravaged Mill o’ Mains Community Pavilion should be on site within a month.
Police officers and dog handlers swooped on a quiet residential street amid fears a woman had been seen brandishing a knife close to a primary school.
A pub is doing its bit to make sure people don’t go hungry on Christmas Day – by serving up hundreds of meals for vulnerable people.
Indian head massage, and other alternative therapies are being offered to people going through recovery by a leading Dundee drugs charity.
Former staff members of failed Waterfront eatery Brassica have picketed the restaurant as part of their bid to get pay they claim is owed to them.
Converting the Michelin factory to provide small-scale tyre production alongside research and development could be one way to preserve the company’s presence in Dundee, the leader of the city council has suggested.
Dundee’s firefighters were called out almost 150 times in a five-hour period on Bonfire Night, the service has revealed.
The owner of failed Dundee Waterfront eatery Brassica has promised to give staff their jobs back when he re-opens the restaurant under a new name.
‘Can we diversify factory?’: Dundee council chief to look at all options to save Michelin site and jobs
Dundee East MSP Shona Robison and city council leader John Alexander have vowed to do all they can to secure the future of the Michelin plant.
Thieves stole about £2,500 of equipment from a joiner’s van after ripping a hole in the back of the vehicle.
People across Dundee and Perth have a new morning routine – thanks to their favourite radio station.
“David was a very special boy and everyone who met him immediately fell in love with him.”
A shopper has hit out after an ambulance failed to turn up when she collapsed in a supermarket.
The man who made Nikki Carroll’s life hell said his violent crimes “will haunt me for the rest of my life”.
Images of the latest phase of development at Dundee’s £1 billion Waterfront development have been released.
Community leaders have called for assistance from the city council in lowering rent for businesses in Lochee.
A Broughty Ferry woman is pulling out all the stops to fund a life-saving operation for an abandoned street dog from Romania.
People in Lochee are afraid to go out at night because of poor street lighting, it has been claimed.