A driver who crashed after reversing along a dual carriageway was carrying out “one of the most dangerous things ever seen”, according to a horrified witness.
A thug who glassed a fellow pub-goer has been ordered to carry out unpaid work.
Teachers across the city have condemned what they call a 3% cut to their budgets.
Dog owners have been warned about lumps of solid palm oil which have washed up on Fife beaches.
A Dundee resident has contacted the Evening Telegraph to speak of their disgust over inconsiderate dog walkers in cemeteries
V&A Dundee will welcome the BBC’s Antiques Roadshow to the museum this summer.
A 3% rise to council tax will see residents pay the following:
A boy who killed six-year-old Alesha MacPhail has been named as Aaron Campbell.
A mother-to-be in Scotland gave birth to her premature twin boys 52 miles apart.
A reader has contacted the Evening Telegraph to discuss their experience of being sexually abused.
A Dundee playpark will soon receive a long-awaited £90,000 facelift.
A 16-year-old boy has been found guilty of abducting, raping and murdering Alesha MacPhail, six, on the Isle of Bute on July 2 last year, following a nine-day trial at the High Court in Glasgow.
Dundee City Council will meet later today to make a final decision on how they propose to make £10.3 million of savings to balance the books.
Castle Huntly prisoners have been feigning injury and sickness to help train the next generation of nurses.
Homes Under the Hammer star Martel Maxwell blasts Dundee landlords over human waste seeping into people’s homes
Tele columnist Martell Maxwell has waded into the row over human waste seeping into people's homes.
When three Dundee boys visited their friend in hospital after he was hit by a bus, they knew they wanted to do something to help.
Police have issued a statement after dozens of officers charged into a building in Dundee city centre this afternoon.
A land, river and air search for a missing footballer has been launched after his car was found abandoned in a glen 26 miles from where he was last seen.
A dispute over a £6 million bill was “a major factor” in the demise of construction services firm McGill, resulting in the immediate loss of 379 jobs.
A dog and duck that have supported their ex-serviceman owner through dark times have been given an unusual honour at their home in Perthshire.