Women in some areas of Dundee are less likely to go for breast cancer screening than women in the rest of Scotland.
An outdoor bar area at a Dundee pub has been given retrospective planning approval by the city council.
Vandals have caused thousands of pounds’ worth of damage to play equipment in a park after setting fire to a wheelie bin.
The families of two cousins who were brutally killed have received a threatening letter which has left them fearing for their safety.
A woman has urged people to ensure they use reputable companies to do work in their homes after she fell victim to a suspected fraud.
A pensioner suffered a leg injury when he was knocked down on a Dundee street.
Riot police have been seen entering a Dundee flat as a stand-off appeared to escalate.
There are reports of a “massive” police presence on Dundee’s Yarrow Terrace in Menzieshill.
Residents have spoken of their shock after special ops police officers armed with guns swooped on a Dundee street.
Hard-worked nurses in Tayside claim they are being forced to do “deeply unpopular” new shifts that could negatively impact patient care.
Dundee City Council is bracing itself for a major increase in demand for crisis grants following the roll-out of Universal Credit.
A woman has died in a house fire in St Andrews this morning.
Dundee City Council has been accused of ignoring its own policy of ensuring that anyone employed by the local authority is paid the living wage.
Dundee taxi drivers may be forced to ask for payment up-front following a spate of passengers running off without paying their fares, a union has said.
Dundee teachers are set to take strike action over pay and conditions.
The number of Dundee families who have been forced to apply for housing benefit has multiplied more than 20 times in the past five years.
There are fears a project that has helped hundreds of vulnerable youngsters in the city find work will have to be axed amid a lack of funding.
Senior citizens in the city are hoping to set up a social enterprise in a bid to tackle funeral poverty.
Children living in two Dundee communities could soon be having fun on hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of new play equipment.
Dundee City Council has put in place a series of measures to assist people affected by the roll-out of Universal Credit.