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Talks have taken place between residents and a city sports club over parking issues which have left cars blocked in during football matches and training sessions.
Work to transform Dundee’s last jute mill will get under way ‘soon’ after contract awarded to demolish building
Work to redevelop a former jute mill is expected to get under way soon after a £250,000 contract was awarded to partially demolish the building.
A teenager has admitted trying to rob a shopkeeper while armed with knife and a hammer.
A woman is facing claims she attacked a child before making abusive comments towards two people.
A man has appeared in court over claims that he robbed two men on separate occasions.
Police have launched an investigation following a series of "linked" vandalisms that took place overnight on January 16.
A dangerous building will be transformed into more than 60 flats if proposals are approved by the council.
Dundee carer to appear at hearing over allegations she ‘roughly handled’ and shouted and swore at residents
A care worker is set to appear before a tribunal over allegations she roughly handled and shouted and swore at residents – and hid two suspensions from regulators.
New findings say Dundee has been given a £21 million boost thanks to the V&A – but what do the people living, visiting and working in the city really think?
Award-winning actor Brian Cox discusses ‘tough’ childhood in ‘beautiful’ Dundee on Marc Maron’s podcast
Award-winning actor Brian Cox has said he has "such admiration" for the people of Dundee as he reflected on his home city in a recent interview.
An Angus man is set to visit the Russian city of Volgograd after uncovering links between Dundee and the city during World War II, when it was known as Stalingrad.
Hundreds of couples flocked to Caird Hall for the weekend’s Big Dundee Wedding exhibition.
Councillors who pushed back against a housebuilder's latest plans for Broughty Ferry have called on those conducting any future appeal to show faith in their decision.
They say that raising a family is one of the toughest yet most rewarding jobs you can do.
I voted for Scottish independence in 2014 but I am weary of hearing about it.
A campaign group fighting for equality for women over 60 is on the look-out for new members.
A Whitfield pensioner bravely fought off a thug who tried to force his way into her house.
A new study into the economic impact of V&A Dundee has revealed it has exceeded expected figures - and pumped £75 million into Scotland in its first year.
A 26-year-old man from Dundee has been charged with being involved in distributing illegal drugs.
A man has been accused of throwing an ironing board at his partner.