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A local star of TV soap Hollyoaks is set to touch down in Dundee later this month for a special meet and greet.
A 23-year-old woman stole toys and various other items from Dundee shops.
A Dundee man punched and broke a window at a city bakery. Darren Mills, 31, of Ashkirk Gardens, had sentence deferred until December 4. Mills admitted by letter that he wilfully or recklessly destroyed or damaged the property of another by punching a window, causing it to break, at Clark’s Bakery, Nethergate, on May 31.
A Dundee man has admitted loading a van to more than 1,500kg than it should have been. Adam Smith, 42, of Mains Drive, had sentence deferred until Tuesday. He admitted using a van with a 5,020kg load, where the vehicle was restricted to a 3,500kg load, on Riverside on June 26.
A serial criminal has dodged another conviction over a break-in – after convincing a jury that he had found £18,000 worth of hair and beauty products that had been stolen from a top salon lying in the street.
The son of an elderly Broughty Ferry couple who were robbed by armed and masked intruders says he believes his parents’ house was specifically targeted.
He suffers from poor mental health, lives in a deprived area of Dundee and has children.
Roadworks are due to start on a section of the A90 Kingsway West on Sunday night.
People who live near a busy primary school could end up policing their own streets under a peak-time car ban scheme that police say they can’t enforce.
The council is to distribute 250 large bins across Dundee to replace old ones damaged by vandals and corner-cutting council refuse workers.
A Houdini hamster has been reunited with his family nearly two years after he went missing.
Stand-up star Simon Evans is coming to Dundee next year.
Dozens of film fans may have been left out of pocket after the plug was pulled on sing-a-long screenings of The Greatest Showman amid licensing problems.
A 34-year-old who man grew cannabis in his home was ordered to do unpaid work.
Travelodge has revealed the most bizarre requests some of its customers have made while staying in the chain’s 44 Scottish hotels this year.
Jamie Lumsden, 19, of Grampian Gardens, had sentence deferred until November 27.
Discovery Point was glowing with a purple light last night to raise awareness of pancreatic cancer.
Two philanthropists have each donated £25,000 to fund places for young people to participate in next month’s Sleep in the Park.
‘I’ve so much to thank Ninewells staff for’: local mum takes on Santa Dash after son saved by children’s hospital
A Birkhill mum, whose son’s life was saved by Ninewells staff, is donning a Santa suit in the name of charity.
Michael Savage, 25, of Buttars Loan, had sentence deferred until Tuesday after admitting sending offensive messages to his former partner.