Plans for two new all-weather sports pitches in Monifieth have been approved by the local authority.
‘We’ve lived here for 25 years and nothing like this has happened before’: shock as car smashes into Dundee garden wall
A driver was given a fine after a car smashed into a garden wall near Monymusk Park.
A lifeboat was scrambled after a sailing boat came loose from its mooring in the Tay in Dundee.
A motorcyclist has told how he was sent “flying” after a collision with an electric taxi on a Dundee street.
A campaign to help save the concierge services at Dundee multis has received the backing of the Trades Union Council (TUC).
A new global creative festival is to be launched in Dundee.
Some of music’s biggest names have been stopping by Dundee recently.
A care home in Dundee’s West End has been given a positive report by the Care Inspectorate.
Murdered artist’s sculpture of Edinburgh’s Scott Monument discovered in Dundee flat where he was killed
An unfinished sculpture by a murdered artist has been discovered in the flat where he was killed.
An overwhelming majority of people have voted in favour of bringing a landmark clock back to the centre of Lochee.
Planned changes to a number of bus routes in the city have been postponed until the new year.
Fresh plans to transform a dilapidated former primary school into new housing have been submitted after designers scaled back the proposals on the advice of planning chiefs.
The date has been set for this year’s Santa Dash – and organisers hope the fundraiser will be even bigger.
Teen thugs are dicing with death by “playing chicken” with city buses, a transport boss has said.
A Kiltwalk fundraiser who raised £4,000 for charity has been unexpectedly rewarded for her efforts with a brand new car.
Hundreds of people flocked to Camperdown Country Park at the start of the 30th annual Dundee Flower and Food Festival.
Plans to refurbish several train stations across Tayside – including improvements to waiting rooms and toilets – have been announced by ScotRail.
Parents in Dundee are having to pay £3 a day instead of 25p to put their children in private breakfast clubs – because of a lack of spaces at their school clubs.
Dudhope Park and Fintry Parish Church were awash with activities when their respective fun day and gala drew the crowds.
Three paintings have been stolen from a public convenience in Angus.