An Angus historian and artist is looking for a place to display her recently completed stone mosaic of Arbroath Abbey.
An alleged victim of threats by two men facing a charge of murdering oil worker Steven Donaldson has claimed he was told he was “getting it” by the pair.
The sister of Steven Donaldson revealed murder accused Tasmin Glass urged the family to “stay strong” in a message sent hours after his charred body was discovered at an Angus beauty spot.
A charity is asking people across Tayside to dress up as their favourite comic characters to help raise £30,000 in three weeks to save a life-changing service for stroke survivors.
Dundee’s Citizen of the Year 2019 has been revealed.
A senior Dundee councillor has called for a footbridge near one of the Kingsway’s busiest roundabouts to be torn down and replaced with “modern pedestrian crossings” after raising concerns about its safety.
A Dundee man who stabbed a woman to death with a screwdriver 40 years ago has won a legal battle to help him track down a child he may have fathered.
Representatives from more than 40 countries will descend on Dundee this week, as the city becomes the first in the UK to host the World Union of Karate Federations (WUKF) World Championships.
A housebreaker has had sentence deferred until he completes his current prison sentence.
A voluntary project that brings together pupils from a Dundee secondary school and residents of a sheltered housing complex has scooped a national award.
More than 100,000 people have been engaged in the pre-opening programme of events for Dundee’s V&A museum.
A Dundee carer has criticised the roll-out of the council’s new members-only bus service after an end to discounted taxi fares for the disabled.
A report detailing the quality of street cleaning in Dundee will be delivered before the summer, after claims the city is getting dirtier.
Thousands of people are expected to turn out for one of the country’s largest animation and gaming cosplay conventions, which will take place at Dundee University next month.
Dundee’s ambition to become a low-carbon city has moved a step closer after Lord Provost Ian Borthwick and city council leader John Alexander signed the Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy.
A new hourly train service operating along the coastal strip of Angus that was due to start in May has been delayed for six months.
Dundee's new social security agency is holding a jobs fair this week at City Quay.
John Cooper Clarke, the man dubbed the “punk poet”, is heading to Dundee as part of a nationwide tour.
A Facebook group for painting rocks in Broughty Ferry has gained more than 1,600 members in just a few weeks.
A man who started a fire in the toilet area of a pub — causing smoke damage to the building — has been ordered to pay compensation to its owners.