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A man is to stand trial accused of throwing a firebomb from a moving vehicle.
A pioneering new service aiming to address the behaviour of men convicted of domestic abuse is set to launch in Tayside at the end of the year.
A bank worker who reclaimed the cost of a lavish break to Dubai after claiming his travel documents never turned up – only to be rumbled when bosses saw pictures of him enjoying the sunshine break on Facebook – has been spared jail.
New figures have revealed fewer community payback orders (CPOs) are being given to offenders in Dundee – but the measures are more effective than ever.
Plans for two new all-weather sports pitches in Monifieth have been approved by the local authority.
Dundee City Council wants to see tougher controls put in place to regulate the sale of dogs online.
The £4.9 million refurbishment of Abertay University’s library has been completed, 20 years after it was originally opened.
A main road into Dundee city centre was closed off by police after concerns for a man at the water's edge.
BREAKING: Celtic star Leigh Griffiths GUILTY of speeding in Dundee and fined £200 after three-day trial
Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths was today convicted of a speeding rap hours before he was due on the park for the Hoops' Europa League tie with Rosenborg.
The pedestrian lift at Tay Road Bridge is to close for up to eight weeks while a replacement is being installed.
A Dundee street was filled with police after a woman was allegedly stabbed inside her home.
A drugged-up man has admitting trying to murder a Dundee golfer with a chainsaw in a random attack in broad daylight.
Flood warnings are in place across Tayside this morning.
A Dundee garden centre and farm shop is closed today after Storm Ali damaged a 153-year-old conservatory.
A convicted sex attacker is facing jail again after he turned to heroin dealing because he ran up a massive poker debt.
A thug sprayed a police officer in the face with CS gas before trying to grab a meat cleaver as two cops battled to arrest him.
A builder is to stand trial accused of scamming more than £60,000 from customers by allegedly carrying out work in a “grossly negligent and unworkmanlike manner”.
Police recovered controlled drugs from a Hilltown block of flats as part of a warrant executed in the city.
A man caught with two knives in a city supermarket because Dundee was a “dangerous place” has dodged a prison sentence.
Five-year-old Charlie Smith is his mum and dad’s “little miracle”.