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The Tay Road Bridge has been closed off by police following an incident.
A taxi driver faced down a would-be robber who confronted her with a fake knife and demanded money.
Police are investigating after posters targeting a teacher in an apparent hate campaign appeared in the city.
A heartless brother and sister who preyed on vulnerable elderly women have been jailed.
‘It has been here since the snow came’: Dundee resident fuming at decomposing mattress behind their house
Fly-tipping in a Dryburgh street has branded a “filthy disgrace” by an angry resident, after waste has been left to decompose at the back of her house since last year.
Organisers of Scottish Independence march give assurances as thousands more set to walk Dundee streets than expected
Organisers of a Scottish independence march have given assurances that Saturday’s event will go off without a hitch - despite potentially thousands more people turning up than originally expected.
David Lindsay, 34, of King Street, was jailed at Dundee Sheriff Court for breaching a community payback order.
A Dundee couple have described the moment they were faced with thick black smoke in their house.
More than 32,000 tokens were collected by more than 60 charitable groups in our Community Chest competition.
Hundreds of school pupils have started their new term in a new £17 million campus in Whitfield.
Phone giant BT will host a three-week work placement course for young people in Dundee in October.
Single parents will receive help to access affordable childcare thanks to a grant of £49,196 awarded to the charity One Parent Family Service Dundee by the Scottish Children’s Lottery.
Dundee City Council is to hand out £750,000 to projects aimed at improving transport in the city.
Dundee City Council will consider improvements to the protection of vulnerable children and adults after a report found some people were put at risk.
The latest winner of the Tele’s Cineworld ticket giveaway is Katie Maxwell, a community nurse from Broughty Ferry.
A 28-year-old man made threats at at Dundee home while in possession of a knife.
An eight-year-old boy has been left devastated by the theft of his much-loved quad bike.
Ferrets, snakes, rabbits, a squab, a tortoise and cats sit side by side in pens, some having been there for months awaiting new owners.
A man who drove his car while unfit through drink or drugs also had a knife in his car when he was stopped by police.
A shortage of beds at Ninewells Hospital is leaving the intensive care unit (ICU) unable to meet demand from its sickest patients, an NHS report has warned.