Drug addicts say they are reluctant to carry a lifesaving device containing an antidote to opioid overdose as they believe police will search them if they see it.
Overdose protection activists have warned experts in Dundee that policies must change before drug deaths soar.
Independent shop workers in Dundee say the new 20p deposit on bottled and canned drinks risks turning shops into bins.
Primary children in Dundee could soon be asked to put down their pencils and pump some iron during daily 15-minute workouts.
Seven incidents of hate crime against transgender people occurred in Dundee last year and were reported to police.
Kids as young as three years old are learning to cycle, as a nationwide initiative is rolled out to every local authority nursery in Dundee.
This week the Tele is launching a new initiative to inspire budding newshounds in the city to get involved with their local paper.
All Asda workers in Dundee could be forced to take on a contract without bank holidays – or lose their jobs.
Councillors are to consider an application to build 45 new homes close to Caird Park at a committee meeting on Monday.
A senior former Dundee police official has spoken out against “criminal behaviour” at Scottish football matches, telling clubs they need to take responsibility for their fans’ behaviour.
A Dundee supporter says he no longer travels to Edinburgh or Glasgow for matches as he feels “too intimidated”, even with a group of friends.
A pub landlady and her two pals have set up a group to organise family events in Lochee – starting with an Easter-themed competition.
Seven youngsters in Dundee – all under the age of 16 – are taking medicines to delay the onset of puberty while they question their gender.
A member of a local cyclocross group has said he’s desperate to bring events to Dundee in the future.
A wheelchair-user says she feels trapped in her own home as the flight of stairs up to her flat is “too much of a struggle” for her to manage.
“I knew I was a man, I felt like a man,” said Alex Muir, a 23-year-old transgender politics graduate.
Two Dundee friends have opened a bakery specialising in making birthday cakes for dogs.
Women across the city and the world are being celebrated for their achievements at this year’s Dundee Women’s Festival.
A fictional female character has been selected to become the new face of women’s golf at Carnoustie.
Stuart Ross, of Weavers Yard, is accused of making sexual remarks to a child.