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Rail services on the Dundee line been called off following reports of a person being hit by a train.
Legendary TV chat show host Sir Michael Parkinson is coming to Dundee next year, the Tele can exclusively reveal.
A key car park in Dundee city centre suddenly closed this morning, causing disruption for shoppers and city workers.
Police are investigating after a man was left with stab wounds following an incident in a property in Dundee.
A care home firm has criticised the “lenient” decision to let a worker who used racist language continue working in the industry.
A heartbroken mum has been left devastated after the council removed mementos from her baby daughter’s grave.
A “significant” announcement on the future of Dundee’s offshore decommissioning and renewables sector is in the pipeline for next year.
Three women are to take part in a sponsored walk around Dundee in memory of their late father.
A pensioner who was nearly scammed out of cash by a bogus caller has spoken out to warn other potential victims.
NHS Tayside is “determined” to reach the government’s target of 60% of staff having flu jabs.
Urgent talks are to be held in the wake of attacks on buses in Dundee.
A Dundee man is raising money for a homelessness charity by hosting a party after the Gerry Cinnamon gig.
Owners of a former city bank have said they will listen to ideas from community groups interested in moving into the £30,000-a-year property for the next 18 months.
A woman who stole a pair of earrings to “make herself feel a bit prettier” had sentence further deferred.
Hillcrest has teamed up with charity Togs for Tots to Teens to donate a sleigh load of gifts to children suffering poverty.
A woman who admitted being drunk while in charge of a child has been admonished.
A man has admitted driving without valid insurance.
A man who lied to police to avoid being arrested has been warned he is in the “last chance saloon”.
A man has been fined after he admitted being in possession of heroin when police officers saw him put something down his trousers.
Pupils at Glebelands Primary are excited after the opening of their Booktopia reading bar.