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Police are on the hunt for a man who indecently exposed himself at a woman in Dundee.
Tributes have been paid to a popular Dundee man killed in a bus crash outside Aberdeen.
One of Scotland’s top comedians is set to bring his live act to Dundee next year.
Locals were greeted to a surprise this morning when a car seemingly became stuck in the Five Ways Roundabout in Dundee.
A man who was told by doctors last week he had months to live has lost his battle with pancreatic cancer.
The sister of Anne Nicoll, the first victim of convicted murderer Robbie McIntosh, has revealed she objected to him being granted day release more than two years ago.
A drug addict who scratched a police officer with an uncapped needle has been jailed.
A stalker who breached a bail order not to approach or contact his ex-partner by going to her house and assaulting a man had sentence deferred.
A man accused of threatening to plant bombs throughout Dundee and kill members of the public has made a second appearance at the city’s sheriff court.
Community leaders have slammed the “mindless vandals” they claim are deliberately setting fire to wheelie bins in their neighbourhood.
Two people appeared in private at Dundee Sheriff Court accused of supplying drugs with a street value of more than £50,000.
They were one of the nation’s best-loved comedy duos — and now a Dundee writer’s biopic will shed light on the man credited with their success.
More Dundonians are jetting off for Christmas than ever before — with one travel agent reporting the highest number of last-minute winter holiday bookings in 35 years.
Jacqueline Tierney, 54, and Grant Tierney, 33, both of St Clement Place, face driving charges.
Dundee has lost more than 100 teachers in six years, new figures have revealed.
A Dundee tattoo artist battling inoperable cancer is set to “celebrate” his 50th chemotherapy session by taking on a gruelling 96-mile charity walk.
Christmas always brings out the eccentric best in people — and Dundonians are no different.
Two Dundee teens were attacked in the street with one of the youngsters said to have been hit over the head with a “hammer or metal pole”.
Two bogus workmen targeted two vulnerable OAPs — aged 94 and 84 — telling them they had rot in their homes.
Police were forced to close a Dundee street on Friday after a car skidded into a house in icy conditions.