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A man who was caught walking naked across the A90 dual carriageway after a “therapeutic” motorbike ride has admitted speeding dangerously on his bike in a Dundee street.
Brazen Tayside prisoners have posted photographs of themselves on a “banter” Facebook page.
A 72-year-old taxi driver was sprayed in the face with an air freshener by a “very drunk” passenger — then chased into a bookies after he threw the yob out of his cab.
A hardy father and son have been camping out to get their hands on a pair of limited edition trainers — three days before they go on sale.
A worker won more than £11,000 from a Dundee engineering firm following a shoulder injury that left him off work for six months.
Scotland's Conservative shadow justice secretary believes there is “a problem at the heart of Scottish justice” over the sentences handed out to people convicted of child pornography crimes.
New bus services that will focus on connecting older and disabled people in Dryburgh/Lochee and Clepington/Stobswell are set to launch next week.
Big Noise Douglas is on the lookout for volunteers to become part of a dynamic team to help children and young people at its After School Club.
A nine-screen multiplex cinema and a hotel are the cornerstones of a £24 million plan for a gap site at Dundee Waterfront.
Would-be volunteers were treated to a hands-on taster of life as a carer for a trainee guide dog.
Dundee's nightlife scene has seen two major changes this week.
The National Theatre of Scotland is marking Scotland’s Year of Young People in 2018 by inviting young creative Dundonians to get involved with the creation of a unique new film.
A Dundee artist who recently signed to a worldwide record label has completed a tour of local schools aimed at inspiring pupils.
A bid to place Dundee at the centre of a culture festival could see the city launched on to the global stage, council leader John Alexander has said.
Planners have given the go-ahead to 20 new luxury chalets at Piperdam in the latest seven-figure investment at the resort.
A disabled pensioner said she is “outraged” she and hundreds of other vulnerable people will be badly affected by the removal of the city’s Taxicard scheme.
A Tayside man has written to senior members of the Scottish Government in response to changes to mental health services.
A barber from Dundee has been named Scotland’s best cut-throat shaving barber at a glitzy industry awards show.
Two women have been arrested in connection with the death of a man found lying in a Dundee garden.
A man has been arrested following an alleged sexual assault in the city two months ago.