Data from a murder accused’s phone suggests the device travelled from his home to a playpark in the early hours of the day Steven Donaldson’s battered and burned body was found, High Court jurors have heard.
Short-stay parking in Angus could double from two hours to four under the latest plan.
Anyone who works and has kids might be familiar with the panic that ensues with school holidays.
Angus Council is “Frank’s Law ready” the local authority has announced.
Dundee’s V&A museum has won two titles at the Scottish Property Awards.
Dundee youngsters are to get the chance to hone their musical and performance skills at a workshop in the city next month.
Sentence was deferred on a man who struggled violently with police just hours after being released from prison.
A reader has contacted the Evening Telegraph regarding Dundee-based MSP Jenny Marra calling for a replacement for Ninewells.
A heartbroken pet owner has highlighted the danger antifreeze poses to animals after two cats on his street died from suspected poisoning.
Businessman and television star Mike Soutar visited students and staff at Dundee University.
Stories of the sea are being sought from people with a connection to Arbroath harbour.
Generous football fans have donated nearly half a tonne of food and more than £2,000 to Dundee’s foodbanks following a collection at Tannadice.
The annual battle of the bands competition to win a main stage slot at Dundee WestFest Big Sunday has been launched.
A man caught with cakes down his trousers before abusing security guards has been placed on a tagging order.
A charity which supports families across the city held its Christmas party – thanks to the backing of a number of local businesses and organisations.
Two men are alleged to have broken into a pub before attacking a man with a bar stool and crowbar to the danger of his life.
The father of one of Dundee’s most famous daughters “deserves better” in the annals of the city.
A disgraced Angus councillor suspended for his sexist conduct towards four female victims has stepped down from the authority’s ruling coalition as it emerged he could be facing a further flurry of complaints.
A taxi driver is to stand trial over claims that he injured a pedestrian.
An eyesore building could get a new lease of life if funding can be found to turn it into a rehabilitation gym.