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They wowed the crowds with their moves 12 months ago, and now the contestants from last year’s Strictly Come Prancing are putting on their dancing shoes once more.
The future of a landmark pizza restaurant in Dundee city centre has been thrown into doubt after its parent company entered liquidation.
Work to clear a six-mile stretch of beach began on Friday as a weekend-long operation to rid the coastline of litter got under way.
A major public consultation on the future of schools in and around Dundee will begin next week.
It’s been more than 20 years since indie band Gomez upset the odds to scoop the 1998 Mercury Music Prize for their debut album Bring It On.
A man who threatened to kill his neighbour and set fire to her flat has been fined.
A number of children in Dundee, Perth and Angus have been banned from driving before they were even old enough to have a provisional licence, new figures show.
A pervert who set up a hidden camera to film a teenage girl naked in her bedroom was caught when she visited his house and borrowed his laptop as an adult.
A Dundee street was temporarily closed off following a fire at local pub.
A local MSP has lent her support to a mental health charity’s application for funding amid fears it may have to close down if it is not helped with cash issues.
A sheriff has imposed new restrictions on a sex offender who sent messages to a girl he thought was 13.
Four people were due to appear at Dundee Sheriff Court today in connection with an incident on Saturday involving a “large knife”.
A 12-year-old boy suffered facial injuries in a brutal assault by pupils from another school.
An award-winning delicatessen will close one of its Dundee stores next month.
The victim of a pervert shopkeeper says she “wouldn’t have bothered” reporting him had she known he would be released from prison early.
Patients at Ninewells Hospital were wished a Merry Christmas by Dundee United’s first team during a squad visit to the wards.
Planning permission has been granted to transform the Old Pentlands Works into a mixed-use commercial and residential development.
Architects behind plans to build Scotland’s tallest building on Dundee’s Waterfront admitted they thought the plan was “bonkers” when they were first asked to draw up designs for the tower.