The Carnoustie Golf Hotel & Spa was as runner-up in the Best Golf Hotel category at the 2018 Prestige Hotel Awards.
Police have launched an inquiry after a 42-year-old woman was found dead at her Tayside home.
The mystery of how a man was killed 1,500 years ago could finally be revealed.
Coaches of a girls’ football team had to pick up piles of dog poo so they could play a match.
Fintry Primary hosted a digital learning week to show pupils how to use technology in the workplace.
Two nurses from NHS Tayside’s Family Nurse Partnership have celebrated their retirement after a combined 65 years of service.
Council tax bills for Dundee residents are to rise after the local authority's budget was agreed yesterday.
A Dundee children’s football team is set to raise hundreds of pounds for Maggie’s cancer charity in honour of the mum of one of their players who was battling against the disease.
A £23 million hotel development in a Dundee jute mill will be ready for guests before this year’s Open Championship tees off at Carnoustie in July.
Scotland's housing minister Kevin Stewart visited the site of a new affordable housing development, which is set to bring 163 new homes to Dundee.
Dundee City Council is urging new carers to come forward following glowing inspection reports on the local authority’s adoption and fostering services.
Residents in a Dundee cul-de-sac have labelled a development they have been fighting for two years as a potential “accident waiting to happen”.
An employment adviser has gone the extra mile to ensure the brakes were not put on a Dundee man’s efforts to get back into work.
NHS Tayside hopes moving more services into the community will help alleviate long-running parking problems at Ninewells Hospital.
A group of kind-hearted local bikers will be delivering Easter eggs to local children supported by Barnardo’s Scotland.
Since their last league outing, Dundee United have been joined in chasing Championship leaders St Mirren by a new challenger.
Thousands of students in Dundee will miss lectures as staff stage two days of strikes.
A man who was previously convicted for murdering a woman on Dundee Law has been jailed for attempting to murder another woman at Templeton Woods.
Council planning chiefs have rejected a proposal to convert a flat into three separate dwellings due to concerns about the effect it would have on a listed building.
Nursery hours offered by councils are all but useless to working families, campaigners claimed.