A former Lochee pub manager has been awarded almost £5,500 after a judge agreed he was unfairly sacked from his job.
While most young teenagers spend their free time playing computer games or shopping for clothes, some savvy youngsters are gaining essential work skills doing a paper round.
Jobseekers in Dundee are being invited to learn more about large businesses and organisations offering hundreds of employment opportunities in the area.
The sound of a police siren is not uncommon in streets up and down the country - and Dundee is no different.
We are known as a nation of pet lovers – and it appears those living in Dundee and nearby surrounding areas are most keen to rehome rescue animals.
A Dundee mother whose daughter was brutally killed by two Rottweilers has insisted an overhaul on dangerous dog legislation is needed “sooner than soon”.
Residents who feel unsafe in their own closes are fed up waiting for secure entry systems to be installed.
It's the job of a police officer to keep the public safe – but at the end of the day, who protects the protectors?
A prisoner believed to be on drugs was not given a drop of water to drink in the 15 hours he spent in a police cell before his death.
The lord provost of expressed his concerns about homelessness and unemployment rates in Dundee during an interview with Harris Academy pupils.
Shock new figures reveal children in Dundee are being diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes – the kind mainly caused by poor diet and an inactive lifestyle.
Warming their hands at a fire inside a stolen wheelie bin, boozy youngsters film the blaze and the arrival of firefighters, buzzing with excitement at the damage they’ve caused.
Firefighters in Dundee have launched a programme aimed at stamping out young fireraisers.
A woman and her dad had logs thrown at them while out walking their dogs and pet snake in a Dundee park.
Councillors have expressed disapointment after a busy city bus stop was badly damaged.
The Muslim community is inviting Dundee locals of all faiths to join them to celebrate Eid al-Fitr with an annual festival at Camperdown Park.
Police officers in Dundee will soon be able to instantly test drivers for cannabis and cocaine with a roadside saliva test.
A boy who had his bike stolen while he was out delivering papers has been given new wheels, thanks to a kind donation from a local businessman.
Council officers involved with implementing low emission zones (LEZ) in Dundee are testing which vehicles could be banned from city streets.
It’s often seen as a recreational party drug, but cocaine is destroying lives across Dundee in rapidly increasing numbers.