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Love Island stars paid a visit to Dundee to help launch a late-night service at a city centre kebab shop.
Developer storms out of meeting after Dundee council ‘weren’t prepared to listen’ to proposal for controversial flats
A furious property developer has lashed out at council chiefs after they rejected his plans to save a historic block of flats.
One of the world’s leading hotel chains is planning to open a luxury 150-bedroom building on a prime site opposite the V&A in Dundee.
Police have launched an investigation after a car was set on fire at a Dundee park in broad daylight.
Dark Dundee is to host a special tour as part of the Dundee Women’s Festival, focusing on the last woman burned alive as a witch in the city.
Shopaholics will be able to grab some top designer labels at bargain prices during a sales event at Dundee Fashion Week.
Dundee youngster Garvie Winter has suffered another disappointing setback as he battles leukaemia.
A five-year-old Dundee council letter about a controversial cladding programme has been circulated among Dryburgh residents, amid complaints their homes are being overlooked by the authority.
Thousands of pounds’ worth of goods have been stolen after a Dundee centre shop was raided by thieves.
A former Dundee United receptionist has received an out-of-court settlement from the football club, after claiming she was sacked due to her disability.
Stacey McPherson, from Dundee, has been selected from Scouting’s 150,000 adult volunteers to represent the UK at the 24th World Scout Jamboree in the US next year.
The mother of a disabled man who died suddenly said her son achieved more in his 33 years than others do in a much longer lifetime.
A woman has been jailed for six months after begging to go to prison — saying she would receive more help inside than from benefits chiefs.
A machete-wielding thief caught riding a stolen moped is challenging his prison sentence.
The owner of a Dundee pole dance fitness business has hit out at a proposed ban on glamour models at sporting events.
A woman who set fire to the front door and doormat of a house — putting the occupants of the property at risk — has been found guilty of wilful fireraising.
A man has appeared in court accused of 13 separate sexual offences involving nine under-age girls, including having unlawful sex with two of them.
A man who drove at almost twice the speed limit on the A92 dual carriageway between Dundee and Arbroath has been fined. Raul Vergara, 48, of John Huband Drive, Birkhill, admitted that on October 27, at Panmurefield, Broughty Ferry, he drove his car at 77mph in a 40mph zone. He was fined £200.
A Dundee artist has unveiled a new painting in tribute to tragic city boxer Mike Towell.
Alexander Whyte, 41, of Hepburn Street, admitted stealing a handbag and its contents by finding it and not attempting to find its owner on October 3, at Strathmartine Road.