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Foodbank suppliers could be brought in to organise issues with the food supply in the event of a no-deal Brexit, the council has warned.
Councillors have approved a nightclub owner’s plans for a silent disco – despite protests.
A Dundee church is looking to celebrate its 140-year anniversary by inviting former brides and grooms back for a special ceremony.
Ambitious plans to create a £6 million housing and retail development on the site of a shop destroyed by fire have moved a step closer to reality.
A major public consultation on the future of schools in and around Dundee will begin next week.
A pop-up shop has been set up in the Wellgate to raise funds for an elderly day care centre.
Households that have not received any bin collections since the beginning of the Angus bin strike will be prioritised next week.
Another enormous housing development for land to the north of Broughty Ferry could be on the horizon.
Images of fire ravaging the famous Notre Dame cathedral this week sent shivers down the spines of history lovers and experts alike.
A creepy cafe owner coerced two men to sexually touch each other in the basement of his work.
Carnival rides, arts and crafts, face painting and the obligatory egg hunt will all be on offer at Camperdown Park on Easter Sunday.
A two-vehicle crash is causing delays on a key Dundee route.
Emergency crews were scrambled to a property on the Perth Road after a premises caught fire.
Dundee United are to pay a tribute at their last home league game of the campaign to fans who have died during the season.
Police have urged motorists to check their cars after several vehicles were vandalised in Invergowrie.
As Scotland’s spiritual home of videogames it was only right that a massive exhibition celebrating how they have grown came to Dundee.
A distraught mum today revealed her family’s horror after their beloved pet cat was found “hanged to death” in a wire snare.
Dundee City Council has been cautioned by senior legal chiefs over its use of so-called “snooping powers” to spy on locals suspected of wrongdoing.
Actors, dancers and other stage staff risk losing their jobs at Dundee Rep as the theatre tries to cut costs.
Child sees Dundee man cut down Christmas tree with chainsaw after finding out his partner had cheated
A man cut down the family Christmas tree with a chainsaw after finding out his partner cheated on him, a court has heard.