Police and parking patrol officers are carrying out patrols around local schools during pick up and drop off times.
Volunteers from the friends and family of the Little Sisters of the Poor are hosting Christmas coffee morning.
Are you brave enough to hand over the organisation of your wedding to someone else?
An upset owner is appealing for help to try and trace her missing cat after it was spotted jumping off a lorry in Perth.
Emergency services have been called after a car "crashed through the window" of the Arnold Clark garage in Dundee.
A terminally ill granny is still waiting for her shower to be fixed in an ongoing battle with Dundee City Council.
A fundraiser for a young girl with incurable cancer has surpassed its target in just over 24 hours.
Kanzen Karate is celebrating its 10-year anniversary.
A local funeral director has launched an appeal to collect toys for disadvantaged children this Christmas.
A Broughty Ferry councillor has hit out at proposals to remove several public payphones from the area.
The changing face of Dundee housing and its wider social impact is the subject of a new exhibition.
The Thomas Cook shop in City Square, which closed abruptly in September leaving employees without jobs, has reopened under a new name.
Dundee’s first Hogmanay party in almost 20 years has been cut back from two nights to just one after disappointing ticket sales.
Emergency services were called to a Tayside School following the death of a teenager.
Youngsters from mentoring charity Breakthrough have had their songs released on a major music streaming platform.
Get ready to rumba with dancing night: Less than two weeks until Strictly Come Prancing at Dundee’s Apex Hotel
The stage is set for one of the biggest nights of the year as dozens of couples strut their stuff in the name of charity.
A Party in Pink dance event is to take place for charity.
The family of a young boy who can have up to 10 seizures a day need £3,000 to pay for a special chair which they hope will transform his life.
Christmas has come early for a children’s charity after a mix-up almost stopped it from delivering presents to scores of needy kids.
Scores of school pupils who took part in a mass demonstration last month did so during class hours without permission.