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The Libertines will play in Dundee this December, the band have announced.
A prostitution boss who admitted trafficking two women to flats in Dundee and Perth has been jailed.
A bid to bring a “crossfit”-style gym to a Dundee industrial estate has been turned down by city planners who say the plan does not suit the area.
Thousands of people flocked to V&A Dundee to discover if their family heirlooms were secret treasures when the Antiques Roadshow filmed outside the £80 million museum yesterday.
We asked for your Oor Wullie Big Bucket Trail selfies – and you didn’t disappoint as the Tele was inundated with snaps from across Dundee and beyond.
A man is facing charges of rape and child sex abuse dating back almost two decades.
Pupils at Rosebank Primary School were the stars of the show as they wowed the crowds with their end of year performance.
Curators at V&A Dundee, who brought a video game exhibition from London to Dundee, spoke to Baldragon Academy pupils about the work that has been put into the display.
Shock new figures reveal children in Dundee are being diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes – the kind mainly caused by poor diet and an inactive lifestyle.
Commuters at Dundee’s railway station could be set to welcome baristas on to the platform under proposals for a former pub.
Dundee’s pensioners took to the streets to protest against the decision to start charging over-75s for their TV licence.
A Dundee dog walker has condemned “mindless thugs” who set fire to and destroyed her caravan.
Dundee is heading for a “summer of discontent” with public services suffering all season long – unless councillors intervene next week.
A thieveing joiner who stole razors from a supermarket before abusing police has been jailed at Dundee Sheriff Court.
The opening of the Tay Road Bridge in 1966 and The Open at St Andrews in 1955 are just some of the historic moments captured in a Dundee man’s expansive Radio Times collection.
After 45 years in business, the iconic House of Pisces tropical fish store in Dundee is set to close for the last time today.
The vice-chairman of an allotment committee at the centre of a bullying row was cautioned by police after threatening a tenant, the Tele can reveal.
The wife of a well-known former garage owner has paid tribute to her husband following his death at the age of 86.
The future of a landmark pizza restaurant in Dundee city centre has been thrown into doubt after its parent company entered liquidation.
A charity partnership supporting Ugandan farmers has been launched.