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Universal Credit problems are driving an increase in the number of emergency parcels handed out at food banks in Dundee, a charity has claimed.
We have 10 copies of our brand-new photobook ‘The Best of The Dundonian Volume 3’ to give away.
Plea over Dundee Michelin jobs after tyre giant ‘stressed there is no going back’ over factory closure
Politicians and business leaders will try to persuade Michelin to keep some form of presence in Dundee after closing its factory in 2020.
A camping trip turned sour when a chronic alcoholic who “likes to go to jail” beat up his partner.
Efforts to make shops in Dundee more accessible for people with disabilities have been welcomed.
New streamlined home care services in Dundee are helping to reduce “traumatic” experiences in hospital for older patients, according to health chiefs.
Boomerang Community Centre is providing free clothing for those in need this winter.
A string of local businesses believe they will face disruptions and a drop in trade as a two-week closure looms.
Residents are being asked for their views on spending priorities as council chiefs draw up next year’s budget proposals.
Dundee Sheriff Court opened for business at the weekend to host a rare piece of “playable theatre” as part of the NEoN digital arts festival.
More than £6,000 has been raised by hundreds of Dundee cyclists in the annual charity Cyclathon.
NHS Tayside’s antimicrobial management team (AMT) has joined forces with some “rocking” community projects to raise antibiotic awareness.
A fire-hit Dundee post office could be out of action until after Christmas, it has been claimed.
A Dundee man who hid in bushes and harassed his ex has had his sentence deferred.
Dundee fans might not have had much to shout about recently – but they’re celebrating the reopening of a popular city pub.
A seven-year-old Dundee boy has visited Roxburghe House to hand over £4,444.44 in memory of his mum.
An action group established to try to save jobs at Dundee’s closure-threatened Michelin tyre factory has met in the city.
Residents have raised concerns over their crime-ridden close after CCTV captured drug smoking and sex acts taking place on their doorsteps.
Dundee City Council has launched an investigation after a woman was sent a letter containing confidential details about a disciplinary hearing.
Two men have been charged after a brawl on a Douglas street. Police Scotland received multiple calls about four men fighting on Balunie Avenue shortly after 9pm Thursday.